Report Reveals Expected Growth for Organic Bakery

Report Reveals Expected Growth for Organic Bakery

The Global Organic Bakery Products Report by Market, Research Future Ltd provides a forecast for the market of organic bakery.

The study found the desire for biological products has been increasing due to urbanisation, increased demand for ready-to-eat foods and changes in consumption patterns of consumers who are trending towards organic bakery foods and gluten-free products.

With growing consumer awareness of organics and increasing interest in a healthy lifestyle, healthy and biological products are enjoyed as snacks. But consumers are now aware of various certifications and labels, hence organic certification will drive the market.

The market for organic bakery products is forecast to grow to more than 6 per cent by 2022.

Increased awareness for healthy living is spurring the growth of fortified biological bakery products in developing countries. Surprisingly, the market growth in the Asia Pacific region is high compared to North America and Europe.

Why organic?
Organic versions of bakery products give the impression of being healthy, including organic cake, bread, rolls, doughnuts, muffins, biscuits, cupcakes, brownies, pies, tarts, sandwiches and wraps.

Other specialty type bakery products in the report are gluten-free, sugar-free, low-calorie and fortified.

Demand for organic Products in Australia
The report revealed the demand for biological bakery products in Australia is due to a growing population, rise in disposable income and increased focus on health.

The Global Organic Bakery Products Report is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and rest of the world. The report reveals the North American region has the majority market share, followed by Asia Pacific and Europe.

Leading the way
The key players profiled in the organic bakery products market are New Horizon Foods, Inc. (U.S.), Nutri-Bake Inc. (Canada), Soyfoods Ltd (U.K.), Rudi’s biological Bakery (U.S.), Cress Spring (U.S.), Flowers Food (U.S.) and Healthybake (Australia).

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