Low Calorie Food Market Projection, Technological Innovation And Emerging Trends 2030


The term ‘calorie-conscious’ is widely trending these days, as people look to stay fit and healthy. In the last two decades, people have become aware of the dangers of the long-term consumption of a high-calorie diet, which include obesity, oxidative stress, heart diseases, cancers, insulin resistance, low-grade inflammation, and cognitive dysfunction because of mitochondrial function abnormalities and signal transduction alteration. As per the WHO, since 1975, the global prevalence of obesity has risen three times!

Considering the rising number of people becoming aware of their health, P&S Intelligence sees a vast growth potential for the low-calorie food market in the coming years. Since sugar is one of the key sources of calories, most low-calorie foods are designed to help people minimize the consumption of sugars. They include sugar alcohol and sugar substitutes and nutritional substitutes. Carbohydrates are also a major source of calories, but they are among the essential nutrients and they are also broken down into sugars during digestion.

Therefore, sugar substitutes, such as stevia, cyclamate, aspartame, sucralose, and saccharin, are gaining widespread popularity among the health-conscious. Saccharin has been preferred by diabetics for a long time as a low-calorie alternative to cane and other kinds of conventional sugars. There were


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