The global vanilla and vanillin market reached 2,580 Tons and 37,286 Tons respectively in 2018. Vanilla represents among the world’s most popular spices and an important ingredient in products ranging from chocolate to perfume. It also acts as an effective antimicrobial and has been shown to protect the body against bacteria, mold and yeast. For these reasons, vanilla represents an important ingredient in herbicides to prevent against disease ridden crops. It also acts as an antimutagenic agent and reduces the rate of mutations in cells. Vanilla also contains properties that enable the body to inhibit angiogenesis which is the process of formation of new blood vessels. Vanillin is an aromatic compound extracted from vanilla pods after the harvest, fermentation, and curing process. The food and beverage industry currently represent the largest consumer of this market with vanillin representing one of the most common flavors used in a majority of food and beverages.
This market is currently being driven by a number of factors. The growing demand for frozen desserts and bakery products represents a key factor catalyzing this market. Moreover, vanillin has a strong ability to enhance the flavor in food products and has properties such as low-calorie content and high availability of antioxidants. This is also expected to drive its demand in the food and beverage industry. Some of the other major factors driving the demand of vanilla and vanillin are increasing disposable incomes, rising demand of processed foods, growing applications in the pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry, etc. Catalyzed by these factors, the market for vanilla and vanillin is further projected to reach 2,969 Tons and 59,458 Tons by 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 2% and 8% respectively during 2019-2024.
On the basis of application, the vanilla and vanillin market have been segmented into food and beverages, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and others. Among these, the food and beverages segment dominates both the vanilla and vanillin market.
Raw Material Insights:
On the basis of raw materials, the vanillin market has been segmented into beans, lignin, guaiacol and others (rice bran, clove oil, pine bark, etc.). Among these, guaiacol accounts for the majority of the market share.
Based on the end-use, the report finds that extract currently represents the largest end-use segment of vanillin. It is followed by powder and paste.
The competitive landscape of the global vanilla and vanillin market have also been analyzed. Some of the leading players operating in the market are:
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