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Nutraceuticals Market Reports to 2030 | Industry Size, Growth, Analysis and Forecast
The Global nutraceuticals demand stood at 3.21 Million Tonnes in 2020 and are forecast to reach 5.60 Million Tonnes by 2030, growing at a healthy CAGR of 5.75% until 2030.
Nutraceuticals are food products that have both nutrient and pharmaceutical value. Nutraceuticals are basically foods which are necessary for well being and can be considered as extra physiological products. They can be considered as food therapies used to promote general well-being, control symptoms, and prevent diseases. Nutraceuticals are of several types including functional foods which include cereal, confectionary, dairy, and snacks, functional beverages which include energy drinks, sports drinks, dairy, fortified juices, and others, dietary supplements which include vitamins, minerals, enzymes, botanicals, proteins, fatty acids, and others. Due to their healthy properties, they find application in food therapeutics, and gym supplements industry.
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Nutraceuticals is basically food having both nutritious and pharmaceutical value. Their major application areas are food therapeutics and gym supplements industry. Growing awareness about healthy and balanced diet is a factor propelling demand growth for nutraceuticals. There are many diseases which are caused due to over and under eating in terms of nutrition. There are other diseases which are related to the overall metabolism of the body. Nutraceuticals target both the nutrition and metabolism of the body and provide the body with good and balanced nutrition. There are customized diets available for different body types which can help in the well-being through food habits only.
Nutraceuticals are related to food. Hence, the price is directly linked to the fluctuations in the prices of food items. In the first half of FY20 sudden outbreak of novel coronavirus followed by a rise in the demand of packaged healthy food rendered a major rise in the global nutraceuticals, hence the prices remained high for nutraceuticals during the coronavirus pandemic.