Low-calorie Food Options to Grow, Health Consciousness Among People to Propel Global Demand

Published By : 14 Sep 2016 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

Although people like to eat junk food and bakery products, the demand for low-calorie food is growing at a fast pace. This is because of the growing awareness among people to live a healthy life. Rising levels of obesity have forced people to invest more time in taking care of their health. Obesity has motivated people to change their eating habits, thus the demand for low-calorie food is expected to increase in the years to come. 

The rising awareness among people about eating healthy food is because of the efforts taken by key food manufacturers in spreading benefits of healthy eating habits. Bakery products, bread, oily food, meat, and fried food is been replaced by low-calorie and low-fat food. 

Organic Food: The New Trend in Many Nations

As health consciousness is spreading across many regions at a fast pace, people have started adopting the trend of eating organic food. Bakery products, fruits, vegetables, meats, and eggs, and many other food and beverages have gone the organic way. Key players operating in the global food and beverages industry are taking efforts to produce more organic food options to meet the changing tastes and demands of people. 

The popularity of sugar substitutes is increasing in many nations. The number of diabetic people is increasing every year, which has made people aware of consuming food and beverages with sugar substitutes. The increasing complications of junk food have created awareness among people to add healthy diet in their routine.

Increasing obesity and the rise in global aging are two of the other factors predicted to propel the global low-calorie food market. Going forward, the changing food patterns are expected to create new growth opportunities for key manufacturers of low-calorie food products. 

What could challenge the global market?

Many low-calorie food products and beverages contain artificial sweeteners, which might be harmful to the body. This is the biggest challenge for manufacturers of low-calorie and low-fat food. However, the rising demand for organic food with natural ingredients is expected to propel the global demand for low-calorie food.   

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