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Vegetable Puree Market 2021–2027: Global Growth Drivers, Opportunities, Trends, And Forecasts

Posted By shrikantmrfr19 12 days ago on latest news -

The Global Vegetable Puree Market is estimated to be valued at USD 11,851.1 Million by 2025 and is expected to register a CAGR of 4.86% during the forecast period. Vegetable Puree is a smooth thick pulp form of vegetables. Each vegetable puree type holds health benefits and is used as an ingredient in the food processing industry as per their demand. Some of the applicable industry for vegetable puree include baby nutrition, beverages, dairy & frozen desserts, soups, sauces, & dressings, among others.

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Europe was the largest market for vegetable purees in 2018, and the regional market is expected to exhibit the highest CAGR during the review period. Increasing demand for plant-based beverages is expected to surge the growth of vegetable puree in the beverage industry in Europe. Asia-Pacific is expected to be an attractive regional market for the manufacturers of vegetable puree owing to the growth of food processing industry in the developing countries of this region. In Europe, surging demand for agarwood oil as a base ingredient in perfumes offered by several European brands has resulted in market growth.  

Segmental Analysis

The global vegetable puree market has been segmented on the basis of type, category, application, and region.

By type, the market has been divided into a tomato, carrot, beetroot, pumpkin, peas, spinach, butternut squash, zucchini, bell pepper, and others. The tomato segment accounted for the prominent market share in 2018 with its wide application in sauces and dressings. However, the spinach segment is projected to exhibit the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Spinach puree has found its application in baby nutrition, juices, and smoothies. It is also used in various baked products.

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