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According to new report,"Dairy Alternatives (Beverage) Market: By Type (Almond, Soy, Coconut, Cashew, Oats); Formulation (Plain, Flavored, Sweetened, Non-Sweetened); Channel (Super Markets, Convenience Stores, Health Food Stores, Pharmacies) – Forecast (2016 - 2021)", published by IndustryARC, the market is estimated to cross $14 Billion Revenue By 2021. Browse 9 Market Tables, 44 Figures spread through 111 Pages and an in-depth TOC on “Dairy Alternatives (Beverage) Market” http://industryarc.com/Report/7430/dairy-alternative-beverage-market.html Dairy alternative beverages are plant based milk extracted from several sources such as soya, nuts and cereals and are available in various flavors, but are higher priced than conventional milk. These milk substitutes have been gaining prominence in the food and beverages industry with the rising demand from vegans and dairy intolerant population. Consumers are preferring substitutes which have less cholesterol level as compared to the dairy products. Growing concern on obesity has made consumers to opt for substitutes which have less cholesterol level as compared to the dairy products. Increasing cases of lactose intolerance and allergies across various regions is also one of the primary drivers of this market. According to a recent study from IndustryARC, the global market value of dairy alternatives was $6.7 billion in 2015. Dairy alternatives are widely consumed by dairy or lactose intolerants, vegans and consumers with milk allergies. Heightened consumer awareness has led many vegans to opt for such products as they are concerned about growth related hormones and antibiotics found in the animals’ milk processed by dairy industry. The rise in demand for lactose free products has led the manufacturers to offer products with variety of flavors. The market for dairy alternatives have been witnessing several trends in terms of flavors, packaging, fortification with nutrients and branding. Supermarket is the prominent channel for these products; the dominance of this distribution channel is estimated to strengthen in the coming years with the increasing penetration of retail chains in developing nations. Asia-Pacific has the largest market share currently, followed by North America and Europe in the overall dairy alternatives market. The U.S. China and Japan are the major markets in the global dairy alternative market.­ RoW region is estimated to grow fastest at a CAGR of 12.3% followed by North American region during the forecast period 2016-2022. Dairy Alternatives Market is Driven by Rising Demand of Almond, Coconut and Oat Milk Almond milk segment has surpassed soy milk in terms of revenue in the U.S. and emerged as most popular plant based milk. Currently, almond milk accounts to over 4% of the total U.S. milk sales as compared to its share of 0.5% in 2010. Rising incidents of soy intolerance has been impacting the dairy alternative choices of consumers driving the market for almond milk.  Coconut milk, apart from being a food ingredient in Asian countries, has been gaining popularity among vegans for direct consumption and cooking especially in bakeries, tea and coffee. Organic and natural coconut milk products are set to witness rapid sales growth in the coming years. Use of coconut milk as an ingredient in food restaurants and household subdues the growth of dairy alternative beverage drinks. Oat milk has been gaining prominence among consumers seeking for weight management diet as oats contain less saturated fat. Oat milk has emerged as one of the potential dairy free alternatives which are available at low cost with proven health benefits. Ampol Food Processing Ltd, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Blue Diamond Growers Inc., Daiya Foods Inc., Earth's Own Food Company Inc., Eden Foods Inc. , Freedom Foods Group Ltd., Good Karma Foods Inc, Grupo Leche Pascual, SA, Living Harvest Foods Inc., Mayora Indonesia, Nutriops S.L., Oat Solutions LLC, Oatly AB, Organic Valley Family of Farms, Pacific Foods of Oregon, Inc., Panos Brands LLC , Pure Harvest Pty ltd, Sanitarium and Health Well Being Company, Stremicks Heritage Foods LLC, SunOpta Inc., The Bridge S.R.L., The Hain Celestial Group, Inc., Vitalia Nikola d.o.o and others. For full list of companies cited in report, request sample PDF @ http://www.industryarc.com/pdfdownload.php?id=7430 The dairy alternatives market is fragmented and competitive, with a large number of players operating at regional level. Private labels and regional local brands are providing dairy alternative beverages at cheaper prices due to easy availability of raw materials. The competition among the key players is high in terms of price and geographical presence. Scope of the Study: The report covers quantitative analysis including values ($M) and volumes (KT) as well as qualitative analysis of the following: IndustryARC is a research and consulting firm that publishes more than 500 Reports Annually in various industries, such as Agriculture, Automotive, Automation & Instrumentation, Chemicals and Materials, Energy and Power, Electronics, Food & Beverages, Information Technology, Life sciences & Healthcare. IndustryARC primarily focuses on Cutting Edge Technologies and Newer Applications of the Market. Our Custom Research Services are designed to provide insights on the constant flux in the global demand-supply gap of markets. Our strong analyst team enables us to meet the client research needs at a very quick speed with a variety of options for your business. We look forward to support the client to be able to better address customer needs; stay ahead in the market; become the top competitor and get real-time recommendations on business strategies and deals. Contact us to find out how we can help you today. Media Contact Mr. Sanjay Matthews Sales Manager Email: sales@industryarc.com Contact Sales: 1-614-588-8538 (Ext-101) Connect with us on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/industryarc Food & Beverages Market Research Reports - http://www.industryarc.com/Domain/6/food-beverages-market-research.html Know more about IndustryARC Events: http://industryarc.com/events.php


News Article | November 17, 2016
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Vegans, dairy intolerant and people with milk allergies primarily consume dairy alternative beverages. Dairy alternative beverages are plant-based beverage thus contain low cholesterol levels. The global dairy alternative beverages market is segmented into various divisions such as soya milk, almond milk, oat milk, coconut milk, hemp milk, hazelnut milk and rice milk. These are some of the major substitutes for milk, which are widely consumed by many individual across the globe. These dairy alternative beverages products are widely distributed through supermarkets, health food stores, pharmacy, convenience stores and e-retailers. Dairy alternative beverages are available in various formulations including flavored, plain, fortified sweetened and unsweetened. The largest sales of dairy alternative beverages products were recorded from supermarkets in 2012. Among the various alternative segment of dairy alternative beverage soya milk contributes the largest share in global dairy alternative beverages markets. The demand of almond milk is also gaining popularity due to its additional health benefits such as high content of vitamins and calcium. This helps in the growth of dairy alternative beverages markets worldwide. Now a days, many people are adopting vegan diet due to their ethical concerns about animal rights, protecting the environment, and help in saving the planet. Veganism has become a lifestyle choice among many individuals and this is gaining popularity day by day. According to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), about 2.5% of the U.S. population is vegan. Such trends would also help in the growth of global dairy alternative beverage market. Increase in awareness level and rising health concerns issue are the two main issue which leads to  drive the global dairy alternative beverages market. The threat of cross-contamination of raw materials is major challenge that limits the growth of dairy alternative beverage market. This acts as a restrain for global dairy alternative beverage market. Asia Pacific region is the largest market for dairy alternative beverages and growing health concern issue, rising population, increase in disposable income level are some of the key issue which lead to boost the market in many Asia Pacific countries. Countries such as India and China with large population base become the prominent market for the growth of dairy alternative beverages. North America is the second largest market of dairy alternative beverage after Asia Pacific region. In North American countries, the U.S. holds the largest market share of dairy alternative beverage. After North America, Europe is one of the growing markets of dairy alternative beverage. The global dairy alternative beverage market is expected to witness double-digit growth during the forecasted period 2014- 2020. Some of the major companies operating in global dairy alternative beverages market are Blue Diamond Growers Inc., Earth's Own Food Company Inc., Eden Foods Inc., Freedom Foods Group Ltd., Organic Valley Family of Farms, Grupo Leche Pascual Sa, Living Harvest Foods Inc., Nutriops S.L., OATLY AB, Pacific Natural Foods, Panos Brands LLC, Pureharvest, Sanitarium Health & Wellbeing Company, Stremicks Heritage Foods, Sunopta Inc., The Bridge S.R.L., The Hain Celestial Group Inc., The Whitewave Foods Company, Turtle Mountain Llc and Vitasoy International Holdings Limited.


Grant
Agency: Cordis | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP | Phase: GC.SST.2012.1-7. | Award Amount: 14.25M | Year: 2013

Eight of Europes largest cities, will demonstrate that electric vehicles operating last mile freight movements in urban centres can offer significant and achievable decarbonisation of the European transport system. Demonstrators will be deployed in Amsterdam, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Milan, Oslo, Rotterdam and Stockholm. The demonstrators have been designed to ensure FREVUE covers the breadth of urban freight applications which occur across Europe. By exposing 127 electric vehicles to the day to day rigours of the urban logistics environment, the project will prove that the current generation of large electric vans and trucks can offer a viable alternative to diesel vehicles - particularly when combined with state of the art urban logistics applications, innovative logistics management software, and with well designed local policy. The project will demonstrate solutions to the barriers currently inhibiting uptake of EVs in the sector and includes leading European researchers who will design and then implement a common pan-European assessment framework to understand the impacts of these solutions. This will ensure that the project creates a valuable European evidence base on the role of EVs in urban logistics. Partners will produce a detailed White Paper on the feasibility of EV rollout in logistics across Europe, with chapters containing best practice advice on EV in logistics for: policy makers, logistics operators, their customers and companies developing technology to support the sector. The final overarching objective is to encourage the exploitation of these best practice results through a targeted dissemination campaign aimed at decision makers in the logistics industry. To complement this, FREVUE will also create a network of Phase 2 cities to directly share the lessons learned from the demonstrators. These cities are expected to be the first cities to expand the successful concepts developed by FR-EVUE.


According to the EU-India Science and Technology Cooperation Agreement, there is a converging Indian and European interest in finding promising valorization routes and markets for fruit and cereal processing by-products and wastes. NAMASTE will develop innovative, comprehensive and industry-relevant approaches for the valorization of citrus, mango and pomegranates by-products and wastes as well as of wheat and rice bran, thought the environmentally and economically sustainable conversion of these by-products/wastes into healthy food ingredients, foods and feeds. NAMASTE-EU will particularly focus on citrus and wheat bran processing, and will develop and assess laboratory-scale experimental protocols to convert by-products/wastes into food ingredients and new foods with improved nutritional properties (e.g. fruit paste, citrus filled snacks, citrus-based snacks, fruit enriched breakfast cereals, citrus paste-based self-stable fillers for bakery products, a new citrus/mango based feed for aquaculture). NAMASTE-India will adopt complementary/synergic strategies, technologies and processes for turning by-products/wastes of mango/pomegranate processing and rice bran in similar ingredients, new foods and feeds. A proactive EU-India cooperation effort will be adopted to enhance mutual benefits, in terms of both knowledge generation and market expansion for the global food and drink industry. NAMASTE joint consortia will strictly collaborate on common by-products and shared food technologies as well as on activities aimed at investigating the nutritional quality, chemical and microbial safety of the resulting foods/feeds, and the environmental benefits and economic opportunities associated to industrial production. The direct involvement of strongly committed EU and Indian industries (and of an external Industrial Platform) will provide the high added value of guaranteeing the validation of developed processes and products, thus ensuring fast and effective industrial uptake


Pinent M.,Rovira i Virgili University | Espinel A.E.,Grupo Leche Pascual | Delgado M.A.,Grupo Leche Pascual | Baiges I.,Rovira i Virgili University | And 2 more authors.
Food Chemistry | Year: 2011

Isoflavones are widely consumed and they have been attributed beneficial effects. We have explored how genistein, daidzein and equol affect the adipocyte functions of glucose uptake and the secretion of inflammatory molecules in 3T3-L1 adipocytes inflamed with TNF-α.Our results show that chronic exposure to isoflavones (24. h) prevented the secretion of the inflammatory factors prostaglandin E2 and interleukin-6 in cells inflamed with tumour necrosis factor alpha. Isoflavones down-regulated the cytokine gene expression and inflammatory factors, in contrast with inflammatory effects of TNF-α. Pre-treatment of adipocytes with equol and daidzein, but not genistein, also showed a slight amelioration of TNF-α-induced insulin-resistance, measured as 2-deoxyglucose uptake. Isoflavones down-regulated the expression of the pro-inflammatory genes even in non-stressed cells. In addition, genistein down-regulated the expression of the lipid metabolism-related genes.In conclusion, these results indicate that isoflavones have a beneficial role in ameliorating inflammation and reducing insulin-resistance. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.


Blanco-Rojo R.,Institute of Food Science and Technology and Nutrition ICTAN | Perez-Granados A.M.,Institute of Food Science and Technology and Nutrition ICTAN | Toxqui L.,Institute of Food Science and Technology and Nutrition ICTAN | Gonzalez-Vizcayno C.,Clinical Analysis Laboratory | And 2 more authors.
British Journal of Nutrition | Year: 2011

Fe-deficiency anaemia is a worldwide health problem. We studied the influence of consuming an Fe-fortified fruit juice on Fe status in menstruating women. A randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of 16 weeks of duration was performed. Subjects were randomised into two groups: the P group (n 58) or the F group (n 64), and consumed, as a supplement to their usual diet, 500 ml/d of a placebo fruit juice or an Fe-fortified fruit juice, respectively. The Fe-fortified fruit juice, containing microencapsulated iron pyrophosphate, provided 18 mg Fe/d (100 % of the RDA). At baseline and monthly, dietary intake, body weight and Fe parameters were determined: total erythrocytes, haematocrit, mean corpuscular volume (MCV), red blood cell distribution width (RDW), Hb, serum Fe, serum ferritin, serum transferrin, transferrin saturation, soluble transferrin receptor (sTfR) and zinc protoporphyrin (ZnPP). The fruit juice consumption involved increased intake of carbohydrates and vitamin C, and increased BMI within normal limits. Ferritin was higher in the F group after week 4 (P < 0•05) and became 80 % higher than in the P group after week 16 (P < 0•001), and transferrin decreased in the F group compared with the P group after week 4 (P < 0•001). RDW was higher at weeks 4 and 8 in the F group compared with the P group (P < 0•05). Transferrin saturation increased after week 8, and haematocrit, MCV and Hb increased after week 12, in the F group compared with the P group. Serum Fe did not change. sTfR and ZnPP decreased in the F group at week 16 (P < 0•05). Iron pyrophosphate-fortified fruit juice improves Fe status and may be used to prevent Fe-deficiency anaemia. © 2011 The Authors.


Patent
Grupo Leche Pascual and CO.DA.P Cola Dairy Products S.p.A. | Date: 2013-06-26

The present invention relates to a liquid edible fat emulsion suitable for being packaged in a pressurized container with a gas propellant. The invention also relates to a whipped spreadable fat product dispensed from said pressurized container and to the process for obtaining the whipped spreadable fat product.


Trademark
Grupo Leche Pascual | Date: 2012-07-12

Soya milk and soya milk products excluding ice cream, ice milk and frozen yogurt; Soya-based food beverages used as a milk substitute.


Trademark
Grupo Leche Pascual | Date: 2012-07-12

Soya milk and soya milk products excluding ice cream, ice milk and frozen yogurt; Soya-based food beverages used as a milk substitute.


Trademark
Grupo Leche Pascual | Date: 2013-01-01

Soya milk and soya milk products excluding ice cream, ice milk and frozen yogurt; soya-based food beverages used as a milk substitute.

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