10 August 2017
Visiongain’s new report the Diet Food & Beverages Market Report 2017-2027: Forecasts By Product (Diet Food, Diet Beverages, Weight Loss and Dietary Supplements), By Sales Channel (Large Supermarkets, Grocery and Departmental Stores, Specialty Retail Stores, Online Sales, Direct Sales), & By Region Plus Analysis of Leading Companies indicates that the global Diet Food & Beverages market will reach $232bn in 2017.
Diet food and beverages are products that can assist the body in reducing excess fat and carbohydrates. Consumption of diet food is a major part of a basic weight loss regime. Diet food and beverages are usually combined with physical exercises for effective weight loss. Better-for-you food and beverages include low-calorie and low-sodium food products, which are increasingly being consumed by the population to reduce their overall calorie intake.
The lead analyst of the 163 page report said. “Obesity is becoming a serious concern among the global population. In 2015, 2.2 billion people, including children and adults, were reported to be obese. There has been a significant growth in child obesity. The highest level of obese child and young population has been reported in the U.S. and the highest adult obesity has been reported in Egypt. Obese people have greater chances of acquiring obesity related diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. Consumption of food products with large amount of carbohydrates such as sugars and starches, contribute significantly to these health problems. These increasing concerns about healthy living have encouraged consumers to decrease their calorie and sugar intake, thereby increasing the demand of diet food and beverages. Market players are increasingly introducing diet food products with lower calories and additional health benefits to cater to the growing consumer demands. These players also offer customized offers according to specific requirements of consumers for a healthier and more balanced lifestyle.”
The report profiles leading players in Diet Food & Beverages including, Abbott Laboratories, General Mills, Herbalife Ltd., Kellogg Company, Medifast, Inc., Nutrisystem, Inc., PepsiCo, Inc., The Coca Cola Company and The Kraft Heinz Company.
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