Published Date : 05 Sep 2023
The global plant-based food market size was exhibited at USD 39.8 billion in 2022 and is projected to attain around USD 87.12 billion by 2032, growing at a CAGR of 8.2% during the forecast period 2023 to 2032.
Plant-based foods are dairy-free or meat-free meals made from plant-based ingredients. Meat substitutes are products that taste, smell, and look like real meat yet are healthier than meat. These items are increasingly being utilized as meat and meat product alternatives. They are often made of soy, wheat, peas, and other ingredients. Plant-based meals are high in protein, minerals, and nutrients, and their popularity is fast increasing. The plant-based meal business is predicted to grow significantly in the next years because to its high nutritious content and ecologically benign nature. Recognizing the growing acceptance of plant-based meals and food, some companies are developing plant-based foods with clean-label and plant-based ingredients. However, the growing cost of plant-based meals is anticipated to limit growth, especially in countries with low consumer per capita income.
Plant-based Food Market Report Scope:
|Market Revenue in 2023
|USD 42.86 Billion
|Projected Forecast Revenue by 2032
|USD 87.12 Billion
|Growth Rate from 2023 to 2032
|CAGR of 8.2%
|2023 to 2032
|North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa
Europe has been established as the largest market for plant-based foods globally. In recent years, the demand for meat in the UK, Germany, France, and other nations, mainly in Western Europe, has decreased. Canned meats, convenience foods, hamburgers, pies, steaks, meatballs, sausage rolls, and other goods are popular in the region. The European plant-based meat market is highly competitive. Furthermore, Quorn Foods, a key competitor in the European meat substitute industry, has concentrated on market expansion while improving its manufacturing capacity to solidify its market position. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 30% to 70% of individuals in European Union nations are overweight. Due to the greatest prevalence of obesity, the UK has emerged as the region's largest market for meat substitutes. Furthermore, other Western European nations, such as France and Germany have emerged as significant markets for meat alternative products as health consciousness and veganism have grown. As a result, the spike in the requirement for meat substitute products is likely to boost the expansion of the plant-based food industry in Europe.
To accommodate customer demand, manufacturers are developing new items. According to the Good Food Institute, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) issued their scientific conclusion in October 2021, saying that Eat Just's mung bean protein, the essential ingredient in the company's plant-based egg, is safe to consume. The European Commission accepted red bean amino as an authorized new food in April 2022, paving the door for commercial release in the European Union in late 2022. Looking at the plant-based meat category, the previous three years have all experienced significant growth, with new product releases growing each year from 2019 to 2021, enhancing diversity and consumer access to the sector. As customers are given more options, such a product introduction will present a potential for market expansion.
Protein is a source of amino acids, and adequate protein intake is critical for maintaining the health and development of muscles. Animal proteins are complete proteins as they contain all the essential amino acids required in a complete meal. Animal protein is linked with nutritional benefits and assists in lowering the risk of type 2 diabetes, lowering the risk of heart diseases and maintaining body weight. Awareness regarding the nutritional benefits of animal proteins is increasing among the global population and especially health-conscious consumers, therefore increasing the consumption of animal protein. The higher availability of animal protein in the market due to increased livestock farming complemented by cost-effective pricing by manufacturers is encouraging them to opt for animal protein products. The increase in demand for animal protein by the non-vegetarian population is acting as a barrier for growth of plant-based foods.
Manufacturers of plant-based seafood products are carrying out technological advancements to reduce the cost of products, mimicking the taste of original seafood products. Eat beyond is investing in innovation, focusing on growing the alternative protein industry, and addressing the global demand for food security through the efficient creation of animal-free protein. The recent advancements are optimized texturization through high-moisture extrusion, shear cell, and 3D printing which is required for mimicking the taste of original seafood, crop breeding specifically for plant varieties with high protein content and functionality and others. Such technological advancements will help the market to grow at a significant rate.
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