The food & beverage stabilizer & system market in Europe is estimated to grow from $3,055.2 million in 2012 to $3,897.7 million by 2018, at a CAGR of 4.2%, for the given period.
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The European region accounts for the largest share both in terms of value as well as volume, and continues to hold the position due to its flourishing end-user industries. Europe has the highest market share and is estimated to grow with a burgeoning CAGR during the period under review. The European region has been mainly driven by the France market, especially because of the dairy and confectionery applications of stabilizer system. The demand for food stabilizer blends is increasing in emerging markets, due to change in lifestyle and preference for convenience foods. The major players of food stabilizer blends have been involved in expansion of new facilities and manufacturing units to enhance the global reach and meet the growing demand for food stabilizer blends in Europe.
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Europe is the major market for stabilizer systems, where in France holds the maximum share of 20.2%, as of 2013. There are 5 major players in the Europe stabilizer system market: Tate & Lyle (U.K.), Cargill (U.S.), DuPont (U.S.), Kerry (Ireland), ADM (U.S.), Palsgaard (U.S.) and others. Tate & Lyle is the major player, with a share of 8%, followed by Cargill and DuPont with a share of 7%.
The stabilizer system market is segmented and projected on the basis of application which is bakery, confectionery, dairy products, sauces & dressings, beverage products, meat & meat products, convenience food and other food products. Dairy and dairy products are the most preferred application of stabilizer system. The market is further segmented and forecast on the basis of major countries, such as U.K., Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Russia, the Netherlands and Rest of Europe.
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This report comprises market share, value chain analyses, and market metrics such as drivers and restraints. In addition, it presents a country-level competitive landscape and company profiles of key players, such as Tate & Lyle (U.K.), Cargill (U.S.), DuPont (U.S.) and others.
North America Food & Beverage Stabilizers & Systems Market
The stability, texture, moisture retention and other food & beverage stabilizing functions adds up to the total food and beverage stabilizers and systems market in North America.The food & beverage stabilizers & systems in North America can be segmented by applications, macro indicators and companies. The applications of this market are bakery, confectionery, dairy products, sauces, dressings & condiments, beverage products, meat & meat products, convenience foods and food products - other. The macro indicator of this market is the population projection in this region.
Asia-Pacific Food & Beverage Stabilizers & Systems Market
Detail study of properties of stabilizers, and its desired impact on food application.Significance of other stabilizers blends such as guar and xanthan gum in various food applications.Study of composition of various stabilizers such as starch and hydrocolloid used in different food applications such as ice-cream and yogurt.Threat from substitutes faced by stabilizers.
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