Global Lipid Nutrition (Nutritional Lipids) Market 2017-2022


The global nutritional lipids market is poised to grow at a CAGR of 13.1% from 2017 to 2022 to reach USD 7,000.7 million by 2022

This growth is mainly attributed to the increasing need to meet nutritional requirements of an aging population, increasing the prevalence of chronic diseases, changing food landscape, increasing application in infant formulas and dietary supplements, and technological advancements such as microencapsulation. However, finite supply of fish oil and uncertain regulatory environment restricts the growth of the global nutritional lipids market to some extent.

Asia-Pacific region accounted for the major share of the global nutritional lipids market in 2016, followed by North America, and Europe. The region is also expected to witness the fastest growth during the forecast period. The major share and fast growth of this region are mainly attributed to the abundant availability of raw material, increasing the prevalence of chronic diseases, growing population & urbanization, increasing industrialization, and growing health consciousness & awareness about the health benefits of nutritional lipids.

Market Insights

Drivers

  • Need to Meet Nutritional Requirements of an Ageing Population
  • Increasing Prevalence of Chronic Diseases
  • Changing Food Landscape
  • Increasing Application in Infant Formulas and Dietary Supplements
  • Technological Advancements-Microencapsulation

Restraints

  • Finite Supply of Fish Oil
  • Uncertain Regulatory Environment

Opportunities

  • Emerging Market- Latin America and Africa
  • Emergence of Alternative Sources for Nutritional Lipids

The key players in the global nutritional lipids market are

  • Aker Biomarine ASA
  • Archer Daniels Midland Company
  • BASF SE
  • Cargill, Incorporated
  • Cellana Inc
  • Clover Corporation
  • Croda International Plc.
  • FMC Corporation
  • GC Rieber Oil AS
  • Kerry Group
  • Koninklijke DSM N.V
  • Lonza Group AG
  • Nordiac Naturals, Inc.
  • Omega Protein Corporation
  • Pharma Marine AS
  • Polaris
  • Smit & Zoon
  • Solutex GC
  • Stepan Company

Scope of the Report

Market by Product type:

  • Omega-3
  • MCT
  • Omega-6
  • Others

Market by Product source:

Market by Product form:

Market by Application:

  • Dietary Supplements
  • Infant Formula
  • Food & Beverages
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Animal Feed
  • Others

Key questions answered in the report:

  • Which are the high growth market segments in terms of type, source, form, application, and regions/countries?
  • What is the historical market for nutritional lipids across the globe?
  • What are the market forecasts and estimates from the period 2015-2022?
  • What are the major drivers, challenges, and opportunities in the global nutritional lipids market?
  • Who are the major players in the global nutritional lipids market and what share of the market do they hold?
  • What are the competitive landscapes and who are the market leaders by sub-region in the global nutritional lipids market?
  • What are the recent developments in the global nutritional lipids market?
  • What are the different strategies adopted by the major players in the global nutritional lipids market?
  • What are the geographical trends and high growth regions/ countries?
  • Who are the local emerging players in the global nutritional lipids market and how do they compete with the global players?

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Glanbia Performance Nutrition Showcases New Ready-to-Eat and Ready-to-Drink Products at the 2017


“As on-the-go consumers strive to make healthier lifestyle choices, the timing is perfect for introducing GPN innovations to the convenience channel,” said Saverio Spontella, GPN’s Vice President of North America Marketing. “In addition to our very popular Cake Bites and Protein Crisp ready-to-eat protein snacks, we’ll be presenting BSN’s new ENDORUSH™ energy and performance RTD with TeaCrine®, ISOPURE® Zero Carb Protein Drink, A.B.B.® Speed Shot® with 250 mg of caffeine, Amino Energy RTDs with caffeine from natural sources and other in-demand products.”

Buyers interested in learning how GPN quality and innovation can drive incremental sales can contact onsite representatives by emailing: GPNNACS@glanbia.com

Part of Kilkenny, Ireland based Glanbia, PLC, Glanbia Performance Nutrition is a world leader in sports nutrition. From its corporate headquarters and innovation laboratory in Downers Grove, Illinois, GPN oversees company run manufacturing facilities in Aurora, Illinois; Walterboro, South Carolina and Sunrise, Florida that are GMP registered and NSF Certified for Sport.

 

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Watching It Grow: EHS implements nutrition program


ELTON – Thanks to a grant from the Southern University Agriculture Department, the students of Elton High School (EHS) now have a citrus orchard right here in their back yard. The orchard is part of a program that was designed to teach students about agriculture and where food comes from, as well as to encourage healthy eating habits, nutrition and how to shop for and prepare healthy meals.

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Nutrition, selection, storage tips for fresh pears


Nutrition: Pears are full of natural sugar and dietary fiber. One cup of pear slices contains 81 calories, about the same as one small pear. That also represents 4 grams of dietary fiber, more than two slices of whole wheat bread. Pears are considered a good source of vitamin C, vitamin K and copper. Pear skin is very high in anti-oxidants (as well as lots more fiber).

Selection: Choose firm pears with no major blemishes, dents or bruises. After picking (and often cold storage), pears ripen at room temperature.

Here’s how to pick out a perfectly ripe pear, by variety:

▪ Bartlett is the most popular California pear and the sweetest. When green, it’s firm and crunchy. Fully yellow, it’s sweet and juicy.

▪ Sunsprite, nicknamed “baby Bartlett” because of its similar shape, stays green but has a yellow tinge when ripe.

▪ Bosc, a popular dessert pear, is always brown; when ripe, the stem starts to shrivel.

▪ Forelle, a petite sweet pear, starts green and turns yellow as it ripens with flecks of bright red.

▪ With a red blush, Comice stays yellow-green throughout its ripening process; it softens around the stem when it’s ready to eat.

▪ Red pear looks like a crimson-colored Bartlett; it goes from firm and crunchy to sweet and juicy, with a little give to the fruit.

▪ Often with a red blush, golden Seckel maintains the same color, firm or ripe; when ready, it softens at the stem.

▪ Anjou pears, which may be green or red, also stay the same color. Gently press your thumb next to the stem; if it gives a little, it’s ready to eat.

Storage: Once you get your pears home, keep them on the kitchen counter to ripen. It usually takes five to seven days. If you’re in a hurry, put the pears in a paper bag with a banana or apple; the pears will ripen in one to two days.

Firm pears will keep in the refrigerator crisper drawer for several weeks. Before use, let them ripen on the counter at room temperature. Once fully ripe, pears may be stored in the refrigerator for up to a week.

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Nutrition expert can help save your life


Forty years ago, with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and few job opportunities, I realized it was time to reevaluate where my professional passion was and whether could I make a living following the dream. As a child I spent weekends working in my father’s deli, making thick roast beef sandwiches and trying my best to slice a thin sliver of lox. I also saw my father suffer most of his life with ulcers, ultimately getting half his stomach removed. It seemed the study of nutrition would combine my love of food with the tools to help people with digestive disorders.

What a surprise when I learned that before I could even start my nutrition studies I had to complete courses in chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology and physiology. I just wanted to help people eat better; why did I need all that science? How the body digests and metabolizes food is at the core of nutrition science. Research is the dietitian’s mantra. People with serious medical issues such as diabetes, cancer or heart disease, to name a few problems, need a dietitian nutritionist who understands the disease process, the research and how to translate that into food messages.

Benjamin Franklin said “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” If your blood glucose levels are rising but you are not yet diabetic, when your cholesterol is edging up and medication is being discussed or blood pressure is keeping you up at night, go for a consult. Right now 10,000 dietitians are in Chicago at the annual meeting of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics learning the latest science and counseling techniques to bring back to their clients.

A March article in the Journal of the American Medical Association concluded that close to half the cardiometabolic deaths due to heart disease, stroke and diabetes were associated with a suboptimal food intake. I am finding more insurance plans covering medical nutrition therapy by a registered dietitian nutritionist. To find a registered dietitian nutrition go to www.eatright.org.

Sheah Rarback is a registered dietitian on the faculty of the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine. Follow her on Twitter @sheahrarback.



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