Learn details of the organic food and beverages market analysis and forecast 2017-2024

Worldwide Organic Food and Beverages Industry 2017 Market Research Report is an expert and inside and out examination on the flow condition of the Global Organic Food and Beverages industry. The report gives a fundamental diagram of the business including definitions, orders, applications and industry chain structure. The Global Organic Food and Beverages investigation is accommodated the universal markets including advancement patterns, aggressive scene examination, and key areas improvement status.

Research delivers insight into the green tea extract market forecast to 2025

This report studies the Green Tea Extract market status and outlook of global and major regions, from angles of manufacturers, regions, product types and end industries; this report analyzes the top manufacturers in global and major regions, and splits the Green Tea Extract market by product type and applications/end industries.

Meat substitutes market expected to reach 6.43 billion USD by 2023

Europe accounted for the largest share of the meat substitutes market in 2017. This market is driven by the rise in health-conscious consumers due to the growing incidences of diseases and conditions such as diabetes, high-blood pressure, and constipation that has been fueling the market for meat substitutes.

Recent research: Microwavable foods market projected to reach $136,305 million by 2023

The global microwavable foods market was valued at $100,098 million in 2016, and is projected to reach $136,305 million by 2023, registering a CAGR of 4.4% from 2017 to 2023. Microwavable food is defined as a prepackaged meal or food product that requires minimal preparation for cooking. Shelf stable microwavable food, chilled food, and frozen food are categorized under products that can be prepared in a microwave. Microwaves cause water, fat, and sugar molecules to vibrate 2.5 million times per second, producing heat that cooks the food. Foods that can be safely stored at room temperature or “on the shelf” are called shelf stable microwavable foods. These foods are pretreated by heat or dried to destroy food-borne microorganisms. Microwavable chilled food is stored at refrigeration temperatures, i.e., at or below 0 to −5°C. Chilled food products have high quality and are microbiologically safe at the point of consumption, although they have a low shelf life. Microwavable frozen food is preferred over microwavable chilled food, as it can be stored for longer periods and can be prepared in less time. Freezing maintains the nutritional value of the food items and also increases their shelf life. Microwavable frozen products do not require any added preservatives because microorganisms are unable to grow when the temperature of the food is below −9.5°C.