According to Allied Market Research, the global dietary fibers market size was valued at US$7.9 million in 2020, and it is projected to reach $21,672.9 million by 2030, registering a CAGR of 11.1%. Fiber ingredients offer versatility in texture, viscosity and mouthfeel, all important functional benefits, but many also offer added health benefits to aid in creating stand-out products. Dietary fibers naturally present in food may also be supplemented in products for their health benefits and can provide a health halo for formulations, particularly because most are derived mainly from plant foods such as fruits, vegetables and legumes. Fibers provide the dual benefit of formulating performance advantages and health benefits – depending on the type of fiber, helping the body transport waste, support the microbiome, reduce risk of certain diseases by decreasing blood sugar and cholesterol and keep weight in control. A key component of production, understanding some of the options available for R&D is critical for maintain a competitive edge. Attend this Intensive to learn about some of the latest innovations in dietary fiber.
- 11:30-11:34am - Introduction
- 11:35-11:44am - How Acacia Fiber Improves Active Nutrition - Sponsored by Nexira
- 11:45-11:54am - Rediscovering the Way Nature Makes Dietary Fiber - Sponsored by FutureCeuticals
- 11:55am-12:15pm - Q&A with all participating Sponsors