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Global Canned Fruits Market To Rise At CAGR Of 3.3% From 2013 To 2019
- Dec 13, 2018 -

Canned food is a food preservation technology, which combines heating and storage procedures in sealed containers to significantly extend the shelf life of food by killing all microorganisms that cause food deterioration. In fact, any processed or harvested food can be canned. This procedure plays a key role in providing adequate rations for the army and in providing a variety of foods known or harvested only in a geographical area on the new regional market.

Although today's consumers have many choices, and because of advanced storage and freezing methods, they can find fresh food for a long time, but for some time, many foods can only be provided in canned form. Even now, canned food is still an important part of the contemporary food room.

This report on the global fruit canning market provides a comprehensive overview of the growth dynamics of the global fruit canning market. The report points out that the market will achieve a compound annual growth rate of 3.3% between 2013 and 2019, rising from an estimated value of $8,626.6 million in 2012 to $10,827.7 million in 2019.

Global consumers'changing food habits drive growth

Over the past few years, the changing and changing dietary habits of the global population have greatly increased global consumption of canned fruits. Factors such as high disposable income, rapid urbanization, an increase in the number of nuclear families and a busy lifestyle are driving the demand for convenience food. These trends make canned fruits an important part of global household food. In addition, compared with fresh fruits, the availability of canned fruits and the understanding that canned fruits provide better nutritional value and economic cost are improving the demand for canned fruits.

However, it is expected that the demand for minimally processed or fresh agricultural products will increase steadily in the coming years and gradually erode the market. In addition, the increase in food trends outside the East and the significant decrease in household cooking practices continue to have a negative impact on the overall demand for canned fruits.

Europe continues to be a major contributor to global fruit canning market revenue

In 2012, Europe dominated the global fruit canning market by nearly 45%. North America accounted for 34.5% of the global market share in the same year. Canned fruit markets in Europe and North America clearly support the overall development of the global canned fruit market and are expected to continue to grasp the future development of the market. These regional markets are driven by factors such as a high preference for convenience foods, a busy lifestyle and high disposable income. However, due to increased demand for organic and fresh food, these regions will experience slow and stagnant growth during the reporting forecast period.