Insights from BCC Research

Industry Trends in Food and Beverage Market

Written by Sarah Greenberg on Jun 12, 2019 10:00:00 AM

Food and beverageIn 2018, a lot happened in the food and beverages market. For example, the advent and adoption of various technologies enabled simpler packaging and processing solutions, such as resealable packages and single-portion packages, which generate less waste and have increased recyclability.

Simpler packaging and processing solutions is just one of the trends BCC Research analysts have seen in the food and beverages market. In our report, “2018 Food and Beverage Research Review,” we explain in depth what’s happening in several industries within the market—food processing, probiotics, food enzymes, fermentation ingredients and more.

If you’re looking for a short introduction of food and beverage market trends, then today’s blog will be helpful. Gain quick insight into each industry featured in our full report with our summaries below.

The Probiotics Market
Short Overview: Probiotics are friendly bacteria that are consumed to balance gut flora in the body. Demand for probiotics has increased over the years due to growing awareness of the health of both humans and animals, and increasing demand for food and beverages, dietary supplements and animal feed.

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Birth of the Bottled Water Industry

Written by Natraj Pandal on Aug 10, 2018 10:00:00 AM

bottled water

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5 Key Trends in Food Service Contracting

Written by BCC Research Editorial on Apr 19, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Food service contractors

The global market for food service contractors is expected to reach a whopping $527.9 billion by 2022, according to a recently published BCC Research report “Food Service Contractors: Global Markets to 2022.” Here are five key trends our analysts identified in the report that are shaping the industry in 2018 and beyond.

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Gut Health Relies on Prebiotics As Much As Probiotics

Written by Jeff Schmerker on Nov 7, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Prebiotics and Probiotics.jpegFar from something to be avoided, bacteria can be embraced in some cases, and the microscopic critters living in your intestines can tell a lot about your probability of contracting diabetes, obesity, depression and colon cancer, doctors say.

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