Edible Insects Industry

Edible Insects Market Trends Global Industry Analysis, Top Manufacturers, Share, Growth, Statistics, Opportunities & Forecast to 2024

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The 2018-2024 report on Global Edible Insects market explores the essential factors of Edible Insects industry covering current scenario, market demand information, coverage of active companies and segmentation forecasts.

Increasing consumption of bugs in both human and animal diet may witness significant growth in global edible insects Market. Growing consciousness related to various health concerns and change in consumption pattern for protein rich diets may drive the Market. Edible insects are source of fat which plays a vital role in plant ecosystem and also mitigates cardiovascular disease risks, thus driving industry growth. Edible Insects Market may surpass USD 710 million by 2024; according to a new research report.

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Skilled labors and knowledge pertaining to breeding of insects may enhance the production cost, thus impacting edible insects market price trend. The products should be cultivated properly to achieve better results and health benefits. Regulatory authorities such as FDA has confirmed edible bugs consumption as harmless and act as accepted protein source for both human and animals. Out of 2,000 species which are cultivated 90 are added in food supplements in the U.S. and are accepted as sustainable food source.

Grasshoppers, locusts & crickets based edible insects Market may witness significant growth and may surpass USD 150 million by 2024. Grasshoppers are rich in vitamin & protein, which are consumed as snacks products and used as alternate protein source in poultry, resulting into increased product demand. Cricket powder are utilized in farming techniques as they are cost efficient, requires low maintenance and are hazard free, thus stimulating industry growth.

Edible insects from bars application may surpass USD 150 million by the end of predictable timeframe. Grasshopper and crickets are used as snack bars owing to its rich protein and amino acid content. Increasing consumption of bars by sports person and athletes owing to gluten free content will drive the market demand.

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Asia Pacific, led by Vietnam, China, and Thailand edible insects Market for flour applications should witness gains at above 43.5% by 2024. Insect farming has grown into a substantial business activity in Thailand owing to its favourable market demand. Grasshoppers and cricket flours are used in dietary products and are precooked by street salesperson. In China bugs like beetles, ants and grasshoppers are used in medical applications and for raising as pets, thus driving market demand.

Europe edible insects Market led by, Netherlands, France and UK may exceed USD 60 million by the end of foreseeable timeframe. According to EFSA, these insects can be used in farming techniques and do not pose any biological hazard. Manufacturing companies in Netherlands uses mealworms, beetles and locust for processing snack bars which are rich source of vitamins and proteins.

Global edible insects market share is highly fragmented and competitive with key players including HaoCheng Mealworms, Agriprotein Technologies, Kreca, Chapul LLC, Six foods, Insectitos and Nutribug Ltd.  Companies are investing in R&D and new product development to expand their market demand.

Selected Chapters and their sections from the report are listed below:

Chapter 1   Methodology & Scope

1.1   Methodology

1.2   Market definitions

1.3   Market estimation & forecast parameters

1.4   Data Sources

1.4.1   Primary

1.4.2   Secondary   Paid Sources   Public Sources

 Chapter 2   Executive Summary

2.1   Edible insects industry 360 degree synopsis, 2018 – 2024

2.1.1   Business trends

2.1.2   Regional trends

2.1.3   Product trends

2.1.4   Application trends

 Chapter 3    Edible Insects Industry Insights

3.1   Industry segmentation

3.2   Industry landscape, 2013-2024

3.3   Industry ecosystem analysis

3.3.1   Distribution channel analysis   Collaboration/Partnership   E-commerce (Online)   Retailers   Direct   Street vendor and local shops

3.3.2   Vendor matrix

3.4   Innovation & sustainability

3.5   Regulatory framework

3.5.1   European Food Safety Agency (EFSA)

3.5.2   EU

3.5.3   Codex Alimentarius

3.5.4   Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA)

3.5.5   Health Canada

3.5.6   French Federation of Producers, Importers and Distributors of Insects (FFPIDI)

3.6   Industry impact forces

3.6.1   Growth Drivers   Asia Pacific: Growing demand owing to high nutritional value and application in functional foods   Europe: Rising adoption of edible insects in food application as protein supplement   Low environmental impact   Low cost of raw materials and transportation

3.6.2   Industry pitfalls & challenges   Limited technology and lack of knowledge   Lack of regulatory clarity

3.7   Growth potential analysis, 2017   Addressable market potential   Aquaculture industry   Poultry industry

3.8   Porter’s analysis

3.9   Competitive landscape, 2017

3.10   PESTEL analysis

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2018 Global Edible Insects Industry Report – History, Present and Future

The global market size of Edible Insects is $XX million in 2017 with XX CAGR from 2013 to 2017, and it is expected to reach $XX million by the end of 2023 with a CAGR of XX% from 2018 to 2023.


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