Global Quillaia Extract Market - 2020-2027
発行: DataM Intelligence
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食品および飲料業界でのキラヤ抽出物の申請はFDAによって承認されており、そのため、予測期間中にキラヤの市場は成長すると予想されます。キラヤ抽出物は、とりわけ気管支炎や皮膚アレルギーの治療にも使用されます。キラヤ抽出物は、髪の成長を促進し、ヘアトニック製剤での使用が世界のキラヤ抽出物市場の成長に大きく貢献しているため、パーソナルケア業界にも大きく影響を及ぼしています。パーソナルケア業界での継続的な研究開発により、世界のキラヤ抽出物市場は拡大すると予想されます。たとえば、GattfoseのVegetol Quillai GR038 Hydroは、シャンプーの発泡剤として使用されています。さらに、メーカー間での抽出物の多様な使用の採用は、メーカーがキラヤ抽出物市場の成長に投資するための日和見的なプラットフォームを提供します。当レポートでは、世界のキラヤ抽出物市場について調査し、市場の概要とともに、タイプ別、形態別、最終用途産業別、地域別の動向、および市場に参入する企業のプロファイルなどを提供しています。
Quillaia extract is made from the stems and branches of the Quillaja Saponaria Molina plant, which is native to China and South America. Quillaia extract is rich in saponins and sapogenins and obtained by extracting the inner bark or wood of pruned stems. It is the natural foaming and emulsifying agent used in the food and beverage industries. Depending upon its use in the industrial processes, the quillaia extract is applied in various forms, including powdered and liquid. It is a perfect substitute for synthetic, harsh surfactants such as sodium lauryl sulfate and others. The global quillaia extract market is expected to grow with a CAGR of XX% during the forecast period, reaching USD XX million in 2027, from its recorded value of USD XX million in 2019
Widening application spectrum of Quillaia extract in food and beverage industry
The application for quillaia extracts in the food and beverage industry has been approved by the FDA, owing to which the market for quillaia is expected to grow during the forecast period. Quillaia extracts are also used in the treatment of bronchitis and skin allergies, among others. Quillaia extracts also contribute significantly in the personal care industry, as it encourages hair growth and find its use in hair tonic preparations significantly contributing towards growth of global quillaia extracts market. The global quillaia extract market is expected to increase, owing to continuous R&D in the personal care industry. For instance, Vegetol Quillai GR038 Hydro by Gattfose is used as a foaming agent in shampoos. Moreover, adoption of versatile use of extracts among the manufacturers, provides an opportunistic platform for the manufacturers to invest in the growth of the quillaia extracts market.
Certain constitutes of quillaia extract may have negative health effects, such as lowering blood calcium levels, which can lead to kidney stones. Quillaia extracts when administered orally resulting in serious health consequences, as they are poorly absorbed. This may limit the use of quillaia extract, stifling the demand for quillaia extracts. Due to the fact that the quillaia extracts market is still in its early stages, a lack of consumer awareness about its applicability may curtail its development.
Food and beverage segment is expected to be hold highest market share of XX% during the forecast period.
The quillaia extract market, based on end use industry, is segmented into food and beverage, personal care, and pharmaceuticals among others. Due to increasing demand for foam stabilizing agents, the food and beverage segment is expected to rise at a CAGR of XX% over the forecast period. The product is a water-soluble foaming compound that aids in maintaining temperature, taste, and shelf stability, which are key attributes in the application.
From 2019 to 2027, the personal care segment is expected to grow at the fastest rate of XX%. Since quillaia extract is a natural surfactant rich in antioxidants and other compounds, it is becoming increasingly popular in organic and natural skin care products. Desert King, one of the key market players, offers different types of quillaia extract, namely, Andean Q Ultra, Andean Q Ultra Organic, Andean Pure Quillaia, Andean QE, Andean QDP Ultra Organic and Andean QD for cosmetic applications.
Asia Pacific is expected to dominate the global quillaia extract market, with market share of XX% in 2019
Asia Pacific region accounted for the largest share of the global quillaia extract market. This is due to high product consumption in Australia and New Zealand. According to a Bureau of Chemical Safety report, the mean quillaia extract intake in Australia was 2.3mg/kg per day and 1.1 mg/kg per day in New Zealand. Moreover, Food Standards Australia New Zealand considers quillaia extracts (both type 1 and type 2) to fulfill a legitimate technological function when used in all food categories.
Europe contributed for a significant market revenue share of XX% in the year 2019, owing to increasing demand from food and beverage industries and favorable government policies. Quillaia extracts are allowed to be used in water-based flavored non-alcoholic beverages and cider in the European Union. (excluding cidre bouche) It can be used at a maximum level of 200 mg/L calculated as an anhydrous extract. The EU provisions do not distinguish between type 1 and type 2 extracts.
The global quillaia extract market highly competitive with many global and local players such as Garuda International, Inc., Givaudan SA, Desert King, Ingredion Incorporated and Baja Yucca Company. Moreover, the global companies in the market are acquiring the regional players, so as to increase their presence in the global marketplace and acquire the technical know-how of the production of quillaia, which is mostly concentrated in Chile. For instance, Naturex acquired Quillaia and Yucca business activities from Berghausen, a US-based company, reinforcing its offerings for the food, beverage and feed markets. The deal also included the transfer of a comprehensive line of Quillaia and Yucca extracts, formulated in convenient forms for the industry (liquid, powder). Considering the increased demand around the globe, the companies are also strategizing towards launching new products in the market, such as Naturex launched Sapnov, a 100% water-extracted natural surfactant derived from quillaia (Quillaja Saponaria).
COVID-19 Impact: Supply chain disruptions with respect to food industry to have a negative impact on the market
Growing cases of COVID-19 have forced the government to implement lockdowns which have affected the transport industry. Strict regulations for transport and deteriorating supply chain for various products makes it difficult to source raw material for these food products. In addition, blocking conveyance routes for the supply chain of food products may hamper the food industry, which is a huge loss to the growth of the industry.