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Jan 06, 2021

Toothpaste & Mouthwash to Account for Two-third Sales in Oral Hygiene Products Market: PMR Study

Oral hygiene products are used to treat dental plaque/biofilms, dental caries, gingivitis, halitosis, periodontitis and peri-implantitis. Increasing prevalence of these conditions across the world is expected to boost demand in the global oral hygiene products market. For instance, according to the Global Burden of Disease (GBD), severe periodontitis is the 6th-most prevalent oral disease occurring worldwide, and accounts for 11.2% prevalence rate.

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Jan 06, 2021

Molecular Grade Plates Market Proliferating on Back of High Demand for PCR Kits for COVID-19 Testing & Research

Chronic diseases such as cancer, viral infections, and cardio vascular disorders are constantly increasing across the world. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a broadly-used test for the diagnosis of a wide variety of central nervous system (CNS) diseases, including genetic and autoimmune diseases, infections, and malignant neoplasms. With rising number of chronic disorders such as viral hepatitis B, viral hepatitis C, and other sexually-transmitted infections, the role of PCR is increasing, which, in turn, benefits the molecular grade plates market.

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Jan 05, 2021

Dairy-derived Flavors in Powder Form to Account for Nearly Half of Overall Demand, Finds PMR

More consumers nowadays are seeking natural ingredient-based food products, which can be seen in their purchasing patterns that are changing continuously with time. Rising demand of butter and cheese flavors for making cookies and cakes is a major factor driving sales in the dairy-derived flavors market. High demand for clean label products can be observed across regions, due to increasing consciousness regarding health & wellness, which creates pressure on dairy producers to provide natural and organic foods or ingredients to suit evolving diet trends. Modern customer thrives on low fat, low calories, and low sugar products, which is providing enormous opportunity for players in the dairy-derived flavors market. Demand for the powder form of dairy-derived flavors is high, due to the convenience factor, besides easy availability.

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Jan 05, 2021

F&B Sector to Account for 70% Global Demand for Phycocyanin, Finds PMR

Phycocyanin is widely used in innovative food products with probable health benefits, and has demonstrated potential to meet increasing consumer demand for sustainable food supply, especially in terms of protein demand. Phycocyanin is considered as a promising protein source that offers several advantages over other raw materials from an environmental point of view. It is majorly used to produce various natural colors, and is used in a broad range of food & beverage applications, including dairy products, confectionery, drinks, and others.

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Jan 04, 2021

Sales of Conventional Dried Fruits to be 18X that of Organic Type: PMR Study

Consumer awareness regarding health and wellness is increasing across regions, which, in turn, is impacting food consumption patterns. Increasing prevalence of various diseases is pushing customers toward health consciousness and influencing them to opt for products with better health and nutrition value. Dried fruits have high fiber content, potassium, folate, and magnesium. Antioxidants in dried fruits are known to improve the response of insulin, along with preventing oxidative stress and inflammation in the pancreas. Vitamin C in dried fruits enhances the immune system and also helps improve skin quality. With dried fruits offering natural laxative effects to increasing number of health-conscious consumers, along with offering convenience, the global dried fruits market is expected to witness a significant value CAGR of around 6% through 2030, with demand for conventional dried fruits surging the fastest across East Asia and South Asia.

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