The Food Minerals Market could exceed $1.9 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Global Market Insights (GMI), which points to rising consumer consciousness along with increasing demand for natural supplements as factors stimulating the growth.
GMI explained in a press release that the zinc market size could exceed 15 kilo tons by the end of the forecast period, due to increasing cases of depression and anxiety. The magnesium market could increase by 5%, due to its uses with concerns including insomnia and high blood pressure. The calcium market could surpass $320 million, given its importance in bone and muscle health.
The European food minerals market could see an increase of 5% by the end of 2025, according to the release. China’s market may see a larger gain of 5.5%.
The report summary also notes that rapid urbanization, an increase in consumer health consciousness, and a willingness to spend money on natural products in the U.S., Germany, UK, India, and China will promote market growth.
The report covers the market by product and region, and includes reporting on the competitive landscape. For more information or to buy the report, go here.