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Air-Dried Food Market Size is projected to reach USD 189.85 Billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 7%: Straits Research



New York, United States, Oct. 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Food can be naturally preserved by air drying without the need of artificial preservatives. Similar to dehydration, air-dried food is dried at low temperatures without the use of heat in order to evaporatively remove moisture. Food that has been air dried can be produced using a variety of methods, including microwave drying, two-stage air drying, and hot air drying.

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Impact of COVID-19

The processed food segment is witnessing an upward shift in the demand curve due to the rising demand for ready-to-cook food and snacks. Additionally, the social distancing guidelines and lockdown measures taken by the governments have caused disruption in the supply chain, causing massive production losses. This crisis has compelled the manufacturers to reshape their business models across distribution channels to deliver their products swiftly.

Report Scope

Report Metric Details
Market Size USD 189.85 Billion by 2030
CAGR 7% (2022-2030)
Historical Data 2019-2020
Base Year 2021
Forecast Period 2022-2030
Forecast Units Value (USD Billion)
Report Coverage Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends
Segments Covered Product, Form, End-User, Distribution Channel, Region
Geographies Covered North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, LAME and Rest of the World
Key Companies Profiled/Vendors Dehydrates Inc., Saraf Foods, Pvt. Ltd., Berrifine A/S, La Frubense, BCFoods, Inc., Nestle S.A., B-B Products (Australia) Pty Ltd., FREEZE-DRY FOODS, DMH Ingredients, Inc
Key Market Opportunities Growth of the online retail sector will further add fuel to the market growth
Key Market Drivers Increasing Popularity of Coffee in India and China to Drive the Segment Growth
Increasing Consumption of Powder and Granules in Bakery and Beverages Items to Drive the Segment Growth

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Regional Analysis

Asia-pacific has emerged as the largest consumer of air-dried food. The surging consumption of processed and packaged foods in the developed regions of China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Australia accelerate the market growth. The fast-paced life of the consumers and the growing demand for ready-to-eat meals are projected to promote regional growth. Easy availability of the ready-to-eat meals in the extensive distribution channels, such as hypermarkets, supermarkets, and specialty stores, foster the market growth. Apart from this, increasing demand for convenience food and the growing number of food processing industries provide an impetus to the market growth.

Key Highlights

  • The global air-dried food market size is projected to reach USD 189.85 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 7% during the forecast period (2022-2030).
  • Due to the rising demand for instant coffee powders processed using the spray drying method, the coffee bean segment currently holds the largest market share.
  • The main elements anticipated to propel the air-dried food market over the course of the estimate are the rising utilisation of powder and granules in bakery and drinks.
  • Due to the rising number of two-income families and the expanding proportion of women in the labour force, the Asia-Pacific region is predicted to have the quickest rate of growth for the air-dried food industry.

Key Players

  • Dehydrates Inc.
  • Saraf Foods Pvt. Ltd.
  • Berrifine A/S
  • La Frubense
  • BCFoods, Inc.
  • Nestle S.A.
  • B-B Products (Australia) Pty Ltd.
  • DMH Ingredients, Inc.
  • Seawind Foods
  • Royal Ridge Coffee Beans
  • Flex Foods
  • Spectrum Brands
  • Freeze-Dry Foods
  • Ziwi pet oil
  • Sensient Technologies

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Air-Dried Food Market: Segmentation

By Product

  • Coffee Beans
  • Fruits and Vegetables
  • Herbs
  • Meats

By Form

  • Chunks/Pieces
  • Powder and Granules
  • Flakes

By End-User

  • Household
  • Commercial

By Distribution Channel

  • B2B
  • B2C
    • Store-Based Retail
      • Hypermarket and Supermarket
      • Convenience Store
      • Specialty Stores
    • Online Retail

By Region

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Central and South America and the Caribbean
  • The Middle East
  • Africa


1          Introduction

1.1       Market Definition

1.2       Market Scope

2          Research Methodology

2.1       Primary Research

2.2       Research Methodology

2.3       Assumptions & Exclusions

2.4       Secondary Data Sources

3          Executive Summary

4          Market Overview

4.1       Report Segmentation & Scope

4.2       Value Chain Analysis: Air-Dried Food Market

4.2.1   Vendor Matrix

4.3       Key Market Trends

4.3.1   Drivers

4.3.2   Restraints

4.3.3   Opportunities

4.4       Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

4.4.1   Bargaining Power of Suppliers

4.4.2   Bargaining Power of Buyers

4.4.3   Threat of Substitution

4.4.4   Threat of New Entrants

4.4.5   Competitive Rivalry

4.5       Environmental & Regulatory Landscape

4.6       Forecast Factors & Relevance of Impact

4.7       Macro-Economic & Geopolitical Scenario

4.8       Parent Market Overview

4.9       Technology Landscape

4.10    Market Share Analysis

4.11    Potential Venture Analysis

4.12    Regional Price Trends

4.13    Raw Material Trends

4.14    Cost Structure Analysis

4.14.1 Labor Cost

4.14.2 Consumables

4.14.3 Maintenance Cost

4.15    COVID-19 Impact Analysis:

4.15.1 Pre and Post COVID-19 Market Scenario Analysis

4.15.2 Market Recovery Timeline and Challenge

4.15.3 Measures Taken by Top Players

4.15.4 Quarterly Market Revenue and Growth Forecast till 2030          North America          Europe          Asia-Pacific          Central and South America and the Caribbean          The Middle East and Africa

5          Product Overview

5.1       Introduction

5.1.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

5.2       Coffee Beans

5.2.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

5.3       Fruits & Vegetables

5.3.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

5.4       Herbs

5.4.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

5.5       Meats

5.5.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

5.6       Others

5.6.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

6          Form Overview

6.1       Introduction

6.1.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

6.2       Chunks/Pieces

6.2.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

6.3       Powder & Granules

6.3.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

6.4       Flakes

6.4.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

7          End-User Overview

7.1       Introduction

7.1.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

7.2       Household

7.2.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

7.3       Commercial

7.3.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

8          Distribution Channel Overview

8.1       Introduction

8.1.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

8.2       B2B

8.2.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

8.3       B2C

8.3.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

8.3.2   Store Based Retail            Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)            Hypermarket & Supermarket         Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)            Convenience Stores         Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)            Specialty Stores         Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

8.3.3   Online Retail            Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

9          Regional Overview

9.1      Introduction

9.1.1   Market Size & Forecast (Value & Volume)

9.2      North America

9.2.1   Economic Overview

9.2.2   Market Scenario

9.2.3   The U.S.            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.2.4   Canada            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.2.5   Mexico            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.3      Central and South America and the Caribbean

9.3.1   Economic Overview

9.3.2   Market Scenario

9.3.3   Brazil            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.3.4   Argentina            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.3.5   Colombia            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.3.6   The Rest of Central and South America and the Caribbean            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.4      Europe

9.4.1   Economic Overview

9.4.2   Market Scenario

9.4.3   Germany            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.4.4   France            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.4.5   The U.K.            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.4.6   Italy            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.4.7   The Rest of Europe            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.5      Asia-Pacific (APAC)

9.5.1   Economic Overview

9.5.2   Market Scenario

9.5.3   China            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.5.4   Japan            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.5.5   India            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.5.6   Australia            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.5.7   South Korea            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.5.8   The Rest of APAC            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.6      The Middle East

9.6.1   Economic Overview

9.6.2   Market Scenario

9.6.3   Saudi Arabia            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.6.4   The UAE            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.6.5   Qatar            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.6.6   Oman            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.6.7   Turkey            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.6.8   The Rest of the Middle East            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.7      Africa

9.7.1   Economic Overview

9.7.2   Market Scenario

9.7.3   Nigeria            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.7.4   South Africa            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

9.7.5   The Rest of Africa            By Product            By Form            By End-User            By Distribution Channel

10        Competitive Landscape — Manufacturers & Suppliers

10.1    Competition Dashboard

10.2    Industry Structure

10.3    Dehydrates Inc.

10.3.1 Business Overview

10.3.2 Financial Performance

10.3.3 Recent Developments

10.3.4 Product Portfolio

10.4    Saraf Foods Pvt. Ltd.

10.4.1 Business Overview

10.4.2 Financial Performance

10.4.3 Recent Developments

10.4.4 Product Portfolio

10.5    Berrifine A/S

10.5.1 Business Overview

10.5.2 Financial Performance

10.5.3 Recent Developments

10.5.4 Product Portfolio

10.6    La Frubense

10.6.1 Business Overview

10.6.2 Financial Performance

10.6.3 Recent Developments

10.6.4 Product Portfolio

10.7    BCFoods, Inc.

10.7.1 Business Overview

10.7.2 Financial Performance

10.7.3 Recent Developments

10.7.4 Product Portfolio

10.8    Nestle S.A.

10.8.1 Business Overview

10.8.2 Financial Performance

10.8.3 Recent Developments

10.8.4 Product Portfolio

10.9    B-B Products (Australia) Pty Ltd.

10.9.1 Business Overview

10.9.2 Financial Performance

10.9.3 Recent Developments

10.9.4 Product Portfolio


10.10.1Business Overview

10.10.2Financial Performance

10.10.3Recent Developments

10.10.4Product Portfolio

10.11 DMH Ingredients, Inc

10.11.1Business Overview

10.11.2Financial Performance

10.11.3Recent Developments

10.11.4Product Portfolio


10.12.1Business Overview

10.12.2Financial Performance

10.12.3Recent Developments

10.12.4Product Portfolio

10.13 Seawind Foods

10.13.1Business Overview

10.13.2Financial Performance

10.13.3Recent Developments

10.13.4Product Portfolio

10.14 Royal Ridge Coffee Beans

10.14.1Business Overview

10.14.2Financial Performance

10.14.3Recent Developments

10.14.4Product Portfolio

10.15 Flex Foods

10.15.1Business Overview

10.15.2Financial Performance

10.15.3Recent Developments

10.15.4Product Portfolio

10.16 Spectrum Brands

10.16.1Business Overview

10.16.2Financial Performance

10.16.3Recent Developments

10.16.4Product Portfolio

10.17 Freeze-Dry Foods

10.17.1Business Overview

10.17.2Financial Performance

10.17.3Recent Developments

10.17.4Product Portfolio

10.18 Ziwi Pet Oil

10.18.1Business Overview

10.18.2Financial Performance

10.18.3Recent Developments

10.18.4Product Portfolio

10.19 Sensient Technologies

10.19.1Business Overview

10.19.2Financial Performance

10.19.3Recent Developments

10.19.4Product Portfolio

11        Conclusion & Recommendation

12        Acronyms & Abbreviations

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LONDON, Sept. 28, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — IFS, the global cloud enterprise software company, has shared the latest findings of its recent global research polling 2,000 senior decision-makers – VP and above – in France, Germany, Japan, Nordics, UK, USA and the UAE –across Manufacturing, Services, Telecoms, Energy & Resources, Construction & Engineering, and A&D industries. In its last overview, the company highlighted the overarching dependence on AI to create and accelerate business value from servitization.  

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