Fats and oils innovation

Mar 2020
INNOVA MARKET INSIGHTS COMMENTARY
The use of fats and oils in food & beverage launches has declined globally, showing a -1% year-over-year decrease when comparing 2019 and 2018 launches. In 2019, the top categories of global product launches tracked with fats and oils were Bakery (24%), Snacks (14%) and Confectionery (10%) with... More rightarrow
TOP 3 SUB-CATEGORIES
  1. Sweet Biscuits/Cookies
  2. Cakes - Pastries & Sweet Goods
  3. Bread & Bread Products
INGREDIENTS ANALYZED
Food & beverage launches only;
Vegetable oil
KEY TAKEOUTS
GROWTH/DECLINE IN TRACKED PRODUCT LAUNCHES
-1% (2019 vs 2018)

TOP COMPANY
Nestlé

TOP CATEGORY
Bakery

TOP INGREDIENTS
Vegetable oil

REGION ANALYZED
Global

DATE ANALYZED
2019 vs 2018

Source: Innova Market Insights

Previous Ingredient Analysis on FoodIngredientsFirst.com

The use of hydrocolloids in food & beverage launches has increased globally, featuring a +7% year-over-year growth when comparing 2019 and 2018 launches. In 2019, the top category of global product tracked with hydrocolloids was Bakery (20%), with maltodextrin being the leading hydrocolloid among the hydrocolloids tracked. The top positionings of global food & beverage launches tracked with hydrocolloids in 2019 were No Additives/Preservatives (16%), Gluten-Free (15%) and Vegetarian (9%).
The total amount of bakery launches has increased globally, featuring a +7% year-over-year growth when comparing 2019 and 2018 launches. In 2019, the top subcategory of global bakery product launches was Sweet Biscuits/Cookies (34%), with wheat flour being the leading ingredient among all “grains” ingredients tracked in global bakery launches. The top positionings of global bakery product launches tracked in 2019 were No Additives/Preservatives (12%), Vegetarian (11%) and Gluten-Free (10%).
The use of dairy proteins in food & beverage launches declined globally, featuring a -3% year-over-year decrease when comparing 2019 and 2018 launches. In 2019, the top categories of global product launches tracked with dairy proteins were Sports Nutrition (19%), Dairy (18%) and Baby & Toddlers (13%), with milk protein being the leading ingredient among the dairy proteins tracked. The top positionings of global product launches tracked with dairy proteins in 2019 were High/Source of Protein (26%), Gluten-Free (16%), No Additives/Preservatives (16%) and Sports & Recovery (16%).
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