The global quillaia extracts market size is anticipated to reach USD 1.05 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. It is expected to expand at a CAGR of 5.2% over the forecast period. Increasing consumption of natural ingredients, changing food habits, and wide range of applications of the product in industries such as food and beverage, medical, and personal care among others are anticipated to drive the growth.
Quillaia extract is largely used for manufacturing cream soda, cider, puddings, baked goods, and frozen dairy products among other food and beverages. The extract is used in different quantities in different products. For instance, in carbonated beverages, the concentration of quillaia extract is upto 200mg/kg wherein in noncarbonated drinks, it is used upto 500mg/kg. Food and beverage held the largest market share of 36.45% in 2018, owing to the rising demand for foam stabilizing agents. The product is water soluble foaming compound that helps maintain temperature, taste, and shelf stability, which drive the application.
Increasing demand for organic and natural skincare products is anticipated to bode well for the quillaia extract market. One of the market players, Desert King offers different types of quillaia extract, namely, Andean Pure Quillaia, Andean Q Ultra, Andean Q Ultra Organic, Andean QDP Ultra Organic, Andean QE, and Andean QD for cosmetic application.
Liquid quillaia product type is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 5.3% over the forecast period. The liquid extract is smooth and textureless making it suitable for curries and sauces. It is widely used as a foaming agent in soft drinks such as ginger beer, root beer, and cream soda, and in cocktails among other drinks. It has sweet and pungent smell and turns into foam upon shaking, hence it finds application in personal care application. For instance, Puracy, uses liquid quillaia extract in its natural conditioners, shampoos, and skin care products.
Asia Pacific held the largest market share of over 32% in 2018, due to high product consumption in Australia and New Zealand. According to a report by the Bureau of Chemical Safety, the mean quillaia extract intake in Australia was 2.3mg/kg per day and 1.1 mg/kg per day in New Zealand. The quillaia extract is also known as China bark extract, as the quillaia trees are native to China. The product is widely used in food products like soy sauce. High demand for organic and natural cosmetics in India, China, and Japan will boost the regional growth.
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Further key findings from the report suggest:
- Food and beverage segment held the largest market share of 36.45% in 2018 and is anticipated to continue leading during the forecast period
- Liquid product type is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 5.4% over the forecast period
- Asia Pacific held the largest share of the global quillaia extract market in 2018
- Leading market players are Garuda International, Naturex, Ingredion, Stan Chem International, Desert King, Baja Yucca, and Chile Botanics among others