Anti-caking agent market | How does the regional scenario looks like?

The largest market in the anti caking agent market is Europe, followed by North America. North America is a developed and seasoned market, and along with increasing consumer awareness and demand for natural an anti-caking agents, there is anticipated growth potential in this region. The food additives generally used to prevent lump formation and to aid in transport, packaging, and consumption, primarily in the form of granulated or powdered substances are known as anti-caking agents. The developed market of North America, in order to stay its course and grow steadily needs to adapt to the demand for natural anti-caking agents as opposed to the synthetic ones. Furthermore, with rising demand for bakery and confectionery products, the industrial demand for these agents is set to expand. The US accounts for the majority stake in the North American market, followed by Canada and Mexico. North America was in fact the global leader in 2013, followed by Europe, but robust shifts in demand from synthetic to natural anti-caking agents led to a slide in its position due to inability of the supply to meet demand.

The majority stake holder in the anti-caking agents market is the region of
Europe, wherein UK, France and Germany are the majority stake holders, followed by the countries of Spain, Italy, and others. The UK is the largest market of the region. On the basis of type, the market is segmented into sodium, calcium, and silicon dioxide compounds, wherein the latter holds the majority share of the segment. The food additive market is strictly regulated by the European Food Safety Authority which provides very limited approval to the use of anti-caking agents in complex products of consumption such as salt. The EFSA advises the use of natural anti-caking agents over synthetic ones to safeguard public health.

The highest growth potential is offered by the region of Asia Pacific anti caking agent needs to be tapped in this region. In the Asia Pacific region, China holds the majority market share, followed by India, Japan, and Australia. The major contributors to the growth of the market in this region are the rising rates of population growth coupled with the increasing disposable incomes of the middle class populations of these regions. Innovations in technologies and the abundance of vast natural resources in the large countries of India and China also aid in the healthy growth of production and consumptions of anti-caking agents market. Furthermore, rising investments by global market players to access the cheap materials and low costs of production in these regions are also a major contributor behind market growth in the region. Compared to other regions, Australia relatively uses lesser quantities of additives in foods or anti-caking agents owing to the stringent regulatory practices and allergy of people to anti-caking agents. Furthermore, in Australia, the natural form of salt obtained from seawater is used.

Latin America comes in fourth place in terms of market share and offers tremendous opportunities for growth in the future. Argentina and Brazil are the major leading markets in the region, followed by many untapped markets. However, abundance of resources of natural origin and rising disposable incomes of the populace are expected to aid in the growth of the market.

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