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Report Charts Global Gluten-free Market Growth Through 2023

Global Market Insights has just released its latest report on global gluten free food markets.


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Celiac.com 04/01/2017 - Global Market Insights has just released its latest report on global gluten free food markets. The report is entitled Gluten Free Food Market Size, Industry Outlook Report, Regional Analysis (U.S., Germany, UK, Italy, Russia, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, UAE, South Africa), Downstream Application Development Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2016 – 2023.

The report uses comprehensive data to generate reports on gluten free markets and market segments through 2023. Some of the more general insights include:

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  • The global gluten free food market size was about 350,000 tons in 2014, and current report estimates that it will grow at a CAGR of more than 9%, to likely exceed 750 kilo tons by 2023.
  • The market was valued at over 4 billion in 2014 and is likely to be worth more than 9 billion by 2023, growing at an estimated CAGR of over 10%.
  • The largest sector was gluten-free bakery products, with 55% of the total market volume in 2014. The gluten-free bakery sector is set to see more than 7% growth through 2023.
  • Cereals & snacks, pizzas, pastas and savories are all likely to show higher growth rates over the forecast period.

With over 50% of the total gluten-free market by volume in 2014, the EU will continue to be a major player in the global gluten free food market. North America generated about 20% of total market volume in 2014, and is likely to show strong growth through 2023.

The last major insight in their summary included the acknowledgement that the global gluten free food market share is only moderately consolidated among major companies, such as Kellogg’s Company, Boulder Brands, Dr Schar., Hain Celestial, Freedom Foods Group and General Mills. There is still room to grow, and room for consolidation, so look for potential synergy between major players and other prominent companies, such as Ener-G Foods and Genius Foods Ltd, Raisio PLC, Valeo Foods, Hero Group Ag and Kraft Heinz Company.

The full report is available for purchase at GMInsights.com

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Hi Dalek, JMG has it right, any food with wheat, rye or barley is a gluten containing food. In addition, watch out for malt, which is sometimes made from barley. That includes the malt in beers.

Interesting!! I'm going to share that with her dr. I'll have to look into the gluten sensitivity more myself, the main reason we started testing is due to poor growth. As I learned more, I've seen several symptoms that could be explained by celiac. I like feeling informed so I'll know what to talk to the dr about or ask about. I think those are the results we are waiting for still, I couldn't remember the name.

Call your doctor's office and ask them to relay your request to the doctor to amend the test request, they should be able to sort it without an additional meeting and delay. Worth a try anyway I think the Biocard tests TTG IGA and it may give you an indication. Do post your results here as I'm sure others will be interested in its effectiveness. If it's negative however remember that there are several celiac tests for a reason. Some test on one, some on another etc... However my guess is your doctor will dismiss them and want their own testing. That's the usual experience.

Waiting for the EMA, I bet. Keep advocating! this is interesting. If celiac disease is excluded, she might still have a gluten sensitivity. There just is not specific test for that. http://theglutensummittranscripts.s3.amazonaws.com/Dr_Umberto_Volta.pdf

I think all the flavors are all gluten free. I buy them at my local grocery store which is a Kroger store. Amazon has them too. Jenny at "The Patient Celiac" uses them too (she is a preemie doctor who has celiac disease).