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Specialty Oils Market to Raise at a CAGR over 6% post 2022

Global Specialty Oils Market Information- by Source (Avocado, Hazelnut, Pistachio, Almond, Salmon, Flaxseed, Walnut and others), by process type (Hot pressed, Cold pressed and others), by Application (Salad dressing, Sauce, Dips, Pickle, Bakery, Cosmetics

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The edible oils consumption is likely to boost up across the world largely, among the various types specialty oils are likely to gain more demand.  The inclusion of various new ingredients like avocado, hazelnut, pistachio, almond, salmon, flaxseed, walnut and others which are rich in omega fatty acids will drive higher demand for these oils in the coming years.

The wide range of applications of specialty oils from cooking to other industrial usage like walnut oil in paint industries. Flaxseed oil and salmon oil are used in pharmaceuticals industries in making omega supplements.

Among various process types, cold pressed specialty oils are emerging due to retention of nutrition specially Vitamin-E, which is becoming popular among consumer groups. Hence, the Global Specialty Oils Market is Expected to Grow at a CAGR over 6% Post 2022.

Major Key Players:

  • Roland Food (U.S.)
  • Bunge Limited (U.S.)
  • Dr. Adorable (U.S)
  • Cargill (U.S.)
  • The Savola Group (Saudi Arabia )
  • AFRUE (Spain)
  • La Tourangelle (France)
  • Corilanga (Italy)
  • BST International (Turkey)
  • Agro International ltd (Banladesh)
  • Naturalist, LLC (Russia)
  • BEIDAHUANG GROUP (China), J-OIL MILLS INC.(Japan)
  • Shiv sales corporation (India)
  • Silverline Chemical Ltd (India)

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Study Objectives of Specialty Oils Market:

  • Detailed analysis of segments and sub-segments of specialty oils
  • To estimate market size by processing by process type, by source and by application
  • Market dynamics including trend and factor analysis for supply and demand of specialty oils
  • Region level market analysis and market projections for North America, Europe, Asia, and Rest of the World (ROW) and their countries
  • Competition mapping and positioning of major market players, evaluation of key company strategies
  • Company profiling of major players in the market
  • Value chain analysis and supply chain analysis
  • Analysis of historical market trends, and technologies, and current government regulatory requirements

Taste the market data and market information presented through more than 70 market data tables and figures spread in 110 numbers of pages of the project report. Avail the in-depth table of content TOC & market synopsis on "Global Specialty Oils Market Research Report- Forecast to 2022"

Regional and Country Analysis of Specialty Oils Market:

Globally America  is the largest market for Specialty Oils Market. The large size of the market can be attributed due to increasing Diet Routine and Fitness Industry. Asia-Pacific is the second-largest for Specialty Oils Market. Saudi Arabia Specialty Oils Market  is expected to grow with a Rapid pace.

Market Research Analysis:

Shift from the conventional edible oils to specialty oils has been mainly due to the emergence of the natural and specialty food industry and greater shift towards more health-conscious food options

Helps in reducing unhealthy cholesterol , reduces oxidative stress hence there is rise in the demand for specialty oils

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Brief TOC

1 Executive Summary

2 Market Introduction

     2.1 Definition

     2.2 Scope of the study

     2.2.1 Research Objectives

     2.2.2 Assumptions

     2.2.3 Limitations

     2.3 Markets Structure

     2.4 Stakeholders

     3 Research methodology

     3.1 Research process

     3.2 Secondary research

     3.3 Primary research

     3.4 Forecast model

     3.5 Market Size estimation

     4 MARKET DYNAMICS

     4.1 Drivers

     4.2  Restraints

     4.3  Opportunities

     4.4  Challenges

    5 MARKET TRENDS

     5.1 Trends in Supply/Production

     5.2 Trends in Demand/Consumption

     5.3 Emerging Markets (Supply & Demand)

     5.4 Emerging Brands

     5.5 Trade (Import-export) Analysis

     5.6 Innovations in Products/Process

     5.7 Macroeconomic indicators Analysis for top 5 Producing countries

     6 MARKET FACTOR ANALYSIS

     Continue……

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