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Low-calorie Food Market - Global Forecast, Share, Size, Growth and Industry Analysis, 2014 - 2019

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Low-calorie Food Market - Global Forecast, Share, Size, Growth and Industry Analysis, 2014 - 2019

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In recent times, obesity has become one of the most challenging health problems in the world. According to the WHO, the number of overweight children under the age of five in 2010 was around 42 million, globally. Obese people are more likely to develop diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular diseases at a young age. Obesity rate is the highest in the U.S., as around 36.5% of the total U.S. population is obese. The U.K. (24.8%) has the highest obese population in Europe, while Australia (28.3%) leads in the Asia-Pacific region. High obesity rate among children is a major concern for parents. Obesity is also a major concern in adults, as is the rising number of diabetes cases globally. The WHO noted that around 347 million people worldwide had diabetes in 2013, these factors led to the increase in demand in the low-calorie food market over the last few years. The growth in low-calorie food market is also increasing due to changing lifestyle, increasing number of health conscious people, and growing consumer confidence in low-calorie products due to their natural claims.

The emerging low-calorie food markets such as India, China and Brazil, have rising number of diabetes patients, fuelling the demand for low-calorie food. For instance, low-calorie products such as Sugar Free, Glucerna SR, and Splenda tablets offer opportunity for Low Calorie Food Manufacturers in the low-calorie food market of these regions.
Based on application the low-calorie food market is broadly classified under, food, beverages, healthcare, tabletop and others. Whereas on the basis of product segment, "Aspartame", "Sucralose", "Stevia", "Saccharin" and "Cyclamate" are the broad categories of the low-calorie food market. Aspartame is one of the most widely used artificial sweeteners. In the recent times, sucralose is gaining more popularity than aspartame. Growing consumer preferences for all-natural products have created a huge demand for stevia. Due to its growing popularity as a 100% natural sweetener, stevia is giving tough competition to other high-intensity sweeteners such as aspartame, saccharin and sucralose in the global low-calorie food market.

The global low-calorie food market was USD 7,418.6 million in 2013. Sucralose is expected to be the fastest growing segment, likely to register a strong growth in the future. Usage of low-calorie food products in the beverages sector is forecasted to increase by 5.9% CAGR from 2014 to 2019,

The U.S. is the largest low calorie food market, followed by the European countries. The developing nations in the Asia-Pacific region are expected to show high growth in the next five years.

Some of the major companies operating in the low-calorie food market are PepsiCo Inc., The Coca-Cola Company, Groupe Danone, Bernard Food Industries, Inc., Nestle S.A., Ajinomoto Co., Inc., McNeil Nutritionals, LLC and Cargill, Incorporated.
Chapter 1 Preface
1.1 Report Description
1.2 Scope and Definition
1.2.1 Segments Covered in the Report
1.2.2 Regions Covered in the Report
1.3 Research Methodology

Chapter 2 Executive Summary

Chapter 3 Low-calorie Food Market – Industry Overview
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Drivers
3.2.1 Increasing Obesity Rate and Diabetes Drives the Market for Low-calorie Food
3.2.2 Increasing Health Awareness and Healthy Lifestyle has Resulted in Growth in Consumption of Low-calorie Food
3.2.3 Increasing Global Aging Population Drives the Market for Low-calorie Food
3.3 Restraints
3.3.1 Taste and Discount Factors Limit Consumption of Low-calorie Food
3.3.2 Consumption of Artificial Sweetener is Considered Unsafe which Acts as a Challenge for Low-calorie Food Market
3.4 Opportunities
3.4.1 Emerging Markets Offer Opportunity for Low-calorie Food Manufacturers
3.4.2 Changing Food Pattern of Children and Youth Offers Opportunity for Low-calorie Food Market
3.5 Porter's Five Forces Analysis
3.5.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
3.5.2 Bargaining Power of Buyers
3.5.3 Threat of New Entrants
3.5.4 Threat of Substitute
3.5.5 Intensity of Rivalry

Chapter 4 Low-calorie Food Market- Product Segment Analysis
4.1 Aspartame
4.2 Sucralose
4.3 Stevia
4.4 Saccharin
4.5 Cyclamate

Chapter 5 Low-calorie Food Market: by Application
5.1 Beverages
5.2 Food
5.3 Healthcare
5.4 Tabletop

Chapter 6 Low-calorie Food Market- Regional Analysis
6.1 North America
6.1.1 The U.S.
6.2 Europe
6.2.1 Germany
6.2.2 France
6.2.3 The U.K.
6.2.4 Italy
6.3 Asia-Pacific
6.3.1 India
6.3.2 China
6.3.3 Japan

Chapter 7 Competitive Landscape

Chapter 8 Company Profiles
8.1 PepsiCo, Inc.
8.1.1 Company Overview
8.1.2 Products & Segments
8.1.3 Financial Performance
8.1.4 Strategic Developments
8.2 Nestle SA
8.2.1 Company Overview
8.2.2 Products & Segments
8.2.3 Financial Performance
8.2.4 Strategic Developments
8.3 The Coca-Cola Company
8.3.1 Company Overview
8.3.2 Products & Segments
8.3.3 Financial Performance
8.3.4 Strategic Developments
8.4 Groupe Danone
8.4.1 Company Overview
8.4.2 Products & Segments
8.4.3 Financial Performance
8.5 Abbott Laboratories
8.5.1 Company Overview
8.5.2 Products & Segments
8.5.3 Financial Performance
8.6 Bernard Food Industries, Inc.
8.6.1 Company Overview
8.6.2 Products & Segments
8.6.3 Financial Performance
8.7 Zydus Wellness Ltd.
8.7.1 Company Overview
8.7.2 Products & Segments
8.7.3 Financial Performance
8.7.4 Strategic Developments
8.8 Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc.
8.8.1 Company Overview
8.8.2 Products & Segments
8.8.3 Financial Performance
8.8.4 Strategic Developments
8.9 McNeil Nutritionals LLC
8.9.1 Company Overview
8.9.2 Products & Segments
8.9.3 Financial Performance
8.9.4 Strategic Developments
8.10 Cargill, Incorporated
8.10.1 Company Overview
8.10.2 Products & Segments
8.10.3 Financial Performance
8.10.4 Strategic Developments
8.11 Ajinomoto Co., Inc.
8.11.1 Company Overview
8.11.2 Products & Segments
8.11.3 Financial Performance
8.11.4 Strategic Developments

List of Figures

FIG. 1 Global Low Calorie Food Market, 2010 – 2019 (USD Million)
FIG. 2 Obesity Rate Worldwide (2011)
FIG. 3 Low-calorie Food Market : Porter's Five Forces Analysis
FIG. 4 Global Aspartame Market, 2010 – 2019 (USD Million)
FIG. 5 Global Sucralose Market, 2010 – 2019 (USD Million)
FIG. 6 Global Stevia Market, 2010 – 2019 (USD Million)
FIG. 7 Global Saccharin Market, 2010 – 2019 (USD Million)
FIG. 8 Global Cyclamate Market, 2010 – 2019 (USD Million)
FIG. 9 Global Beverages Market, 2010 – 2019 (USD Million)
FIG. 10 Global Food Market, 2010 – 2019 (USD Million)
FIG. 11 Global Healthcare Market, 2010 – 2019 (USD Million)
FIG. 12 Global Tabletop Market, 2010 – 2019 (USD Million)
FIG. 13 Global Low-calorie Food Market : Benchmarking
FIG. 14 PepsiCo 's Net Sales and Net Profit, 2011-2013 (USD Billion)
FIG. 15 Nestle SA's Net Sales and Net Profit, 2011-2013 (USD Billion)
FIG. 16 Coca-Cola's Net Sales and Net Profit, 2011-2013 (USD Billion)
FIG. 17 Groupe Danone's Net Sales and Net Profit, 2011-2013 (USD Billion)
FIG. 18 Abbott Laboratories' Net Sales and Net Profit, 2011-2013 (USD Billion)
FIG. 19 Zydus Wellness's Net Sales and Net Profit, 2010-2012 (USD million)
FIG. 20 DPS's Net Sales and Net Profit, 2011-2013 (USD Million)
FIG. 21 Cargill's Total Revenue and Net Profit, 2010-2012 (USD Billion)
FIG. 22 Ajinomoto's Net Sales and Net Profit, 2010-2012 (USD Billion)

List of Tables

TABLE 1 Global Low-calorie Food Market Snapshot by Value, 2013 & 2019
TABLE 2 Largest Number of Diabetes Patients Worldwide, Rank Wise (Million)
TABLE 3 Global Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 4 Global Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 5 Global Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 6 Global Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 7 North America Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 8 North America Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 9 North America Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 10 North America Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 11 The U.S. Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 12 The U.S. Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 13 The U.S. Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 14 The U.S. Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 15 Europe Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 16 Europe Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 17 Europe Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 18 Europe Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 19 Germany Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 20 Germany Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 21 Germany Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 22 Germany Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 23 France Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 24 France Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 25 France Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 26 France Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 27 The U.K. Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 28 The U.K. Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 29 The U.K. Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 30 The U.K. Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 31 Italy Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 32 Italy Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 33 Italy Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 34 Italy Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 35 Asia-Pacific Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 36 Asia-Pacific Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 37 Asia-Pacific Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 38 Asia-Pacific Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 39 India Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 40 India Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 41 India Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 42 India Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 43 China Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 44 China Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 45 China Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 46 China Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 47 Japan Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 48 Japan Low-calorie Food Market by Product, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 49 Japan Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2009-2013 (USD Million)
TABLE 50 Japan Low-calorie Food Market by Application, 2014-2019 (USD Million)
TABLE 51 PepsiCo Products and Brands
TABLE 52 Nestlé's Products
TABLE 53 Coca-Cola's Low & Reduced Calorie Products
TABLE 54 Danone Products
TABLE 55 Abbott Laboratories Products
TABLE 56 Zydus' Products
TABLE 57 DPS Products


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