More than half of the global consumers are now after increasing fiber consumption in their food. This has prompted manufacturers to make stronger higher-value products, such as crisps, puffs, and flakes, alongside nutritional fibers. Key players are more preferring fibers from diverse sources, which include chicory root, asparagus, carrots, Jerusalem artichoke, jicama, leeks, and entire grains, to develop fortified meals products with high-fiber content and fiber-based dietary supplements categorized beneath the purposeful meals industry. The prebiotic supplement movement is gaining traction.
Impact of COVID-19
The demand for nutraceuticals and useful foods is predicted to witness an upward surge owing to purchasers choosing immunity-boosting supplements during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As animals can be the carrier of the virus, people are avoiding the consumption of poultry, meat, and seafood products throughout the globe. Therefore, there is a decrease in demand for such products from restaurants and QSR chains. The sales have stalled for such products. Hence, farmers are focussing on growing maize, bajra, soy extracts, groundnut extracts, rapeseed extracts, rice bran thus, the call for plant and animal-based protein supplements is expected to increase in the near future.
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