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Global Gluten-Free Market Set to Top $33 Billion by 2025


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Celiac.com 09/07/2017 - It's summer and the consumer market reports are flying. Most of them project major growth in the gluten-free market and its numerous components over the next decade.

The latest is a report by Grand View Research, Inc., which projects rising incidences of celiac disease, diabetes, and obesity across developed economies will help to drive the global gluten-free products market to USD 33.05 billion by 2025.

In addition, the rising consumer awareness of celiac disease and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is expected to aid product demand.

Another key market driver is consumer perception of gluten-free products as part of a healthier diet. The vast majority of gluten-free foods are consumed by people with no medical necessity, but merely as a lifestyle choice.

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Gluten-free products are perceived to ease digestive ailments, lower the cholesterol level, and be less fattening, which in turn are expected to drive the product demand over the forecast years. Furthermore, the easy availability of the products, through nearly every grocery store, is expected to aid industry growth, most notably in the U.S. and major European countries.

Gluten-Free Products Market Analysis breaks down the gluten-free market by product, by distribution, and by segment forecasts from 2014 to 2025.

Products include Baked Goods, Dairy Alternatives, Desserts & Ice-Creams, Prepared Foods, Pasta & Rice. Distribution includes Grocery Stores, Mass Merchandiser, and Club Stores.

Browse the full report at: Grandviewresearch.com

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You are doing such good work and I certainly appreciate all the information you give us!rnrnThank you.




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Interesting article. I do wonder how she was 'misdiagnosed' though and how she came to the conclusion she wasn't celiac.

Try dropping the oats for while and see if that helps. Some of us, myself included, react to even the ones that are certified as gluten free.

Hey guys, I appreciate the input, you are all very sweet and kind. I do not eat out at all. Only eat food I cook. No alcohol. Only certified gluten-free oats, grains, rice, etc. I have 3 roommates in a little house. I have my own gluten-free section to cook and prepare foo...

What was your gluten free diet like? I wonder if, when you were gluten-free, you went more whole food, less processed food? Or did you continue to eat processed food that was just gluten free? One reason I ask is that I have cut way back on grains and processed foods like gluten-free bread, but o...

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