Oxygen Barrier Films & Coatings for Dry Food Market will grow at 5% CAGR to cross USD 1.4 billion by 2025

Global Market Insights, Inc. newly added the Global Oxygen Barrier Films & Coatings for Dry Food Market Report that gives meticulous investigation of current scenario of the market size, share, demand, growth, trends, and forecast in the coming years.

Selbyville, United States - July 16, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Oxygen Barrier Films & Coatings for Dry Food Market size is estimated to exceed USD 1.4 billion by 2025; according to a new research report by Global Market Insights, Inc. Shifting customer preference towards packaged food owing to its benefits regarding the preservation of taste, texture, and aroma will drive the oxygen barrier films & coating for dry food market.

Changing customer consciousness with respect to product wrapping to ensure safe consumption has resulted in the frequent innovations & development across the packaging industry. Ease in carrying, stacking, transporting, and shelf appearance are among the major factors influencing the packaging type demand from a retailer’s perspective.

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High-performance packaging requirement such as protection from vapor, moisture, air, and gases have positively influenced the oxygen barrier films & coating for dry market growth. Food industry expansion and increased logistic facility have made it easier for manufacturers to transport goods from one place to another, which in turns creating demand for lightweight packaging materials.
Browse key industry insights spread across 350 pages with 444 market data tables & 11 figures & charts from the report, “Oxygen Barrier Films & Coatings For Dry Food Market Size By Material (Metallized, Transparent, PVDC, EVOH), By Packaging Type (Pouches & Bags, Lid Stock & Wraps), By Application (Baked Goods, Confectionary, Savory Snacks, Rice, Pasta, Noodles, Breakfast Cereals) Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook (U.S., Canada, Germany, UK, France, Russia, Italy, Spain, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, UAE, South Africa), Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2019 – 2025” in detail along with the table of contents:

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Asia Pacific oxygen barrier films & coating for dry food market will witness over 6% CAGR up to 2025. China, India, and Japan are among the key contributing countries in the region owing to their high proportion spending on food. Large population size, high GDP growth, and presence of various manufacturers will open large scale opportunities in this region.

Partial Chapter of the Table of Content:
Chapter 3. Global Oxygen Barrier Films & Coatings For Dry Food Industry Insights
3.1. Industry segmentation
3.2. Industry landscape, 2013 - 2025
3.3. Industry ecosystem analysis
3.3.1. Raw material suppliers
3.3.2. Manufacturers
3.3.3. Distributors
3.3.4. Distribution channel analysis
3.3.5. Profit margin trends
3.3.6. Vendor matrix
3.3.6.1. Role
3.3.6.2. Product portfolio
3.3.6.3. Global presence
3.4. Technology landscape (Manufacturing process)
3.5. Raw material analysis
3.6. Industry best practices & key buying criteria
3.7. Consumer buying behavior
3.7.1. Unmet needs
3.7.2. Information search
3.7.3. Evaluation of alternatives
3.7.4. Purchase decision
3.7.5. Post purchase behavior
3.8. Regulatory landscape
3.8.1. North America
3.8.2. Europe
3.8.3. Asia Pacific
3.8.4. Latin America
3.8.5. Middle East & Africa
3.9. Pricing analysis, by region
3.9.1. North America
3.9.2. Europe
3.9.3. Asia Pacific
3.9.4. Latin America
3.9.5. MEA
3.9.6. Cost structure analysis
3.10. Industry impact forces
3.10.1. Growth drivers, by region
3.10.1.1. North America
3.10.1.2. Europe
3.10.1.3. Asia Pacific
3.10.1.4. Latin America
3.10.1.5. MEA
3.10.2. Industry pitfalls & challenges
3.11. Innovation & sustainability
3.12. Growth potential analysis, 2018
3.13. Competitive landscape, 2018
3.13.1. Market share analysis, 2018
3.13.2. Key stakeholders
3.13.3. Strategy dashboard
3.14. Porter's analysis
3.15. PESTEL analysis

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Pouches & bags dominated the packaging type segment and captured over 60% of the overall oxygen barrier films & coatings for dry food market demand in 2018. Baked goods, savory snacks, rice, noodles, dehydrated soups, and breakfast cereals are key identified products largely uses pouches & bags as the packaging medium.

Baked goods will witness the highest gains during the forecast period. Bakery industry expansion owing to the increasing consumer spending on impulsive buying foods will encourage the product penetration in this segment. The necessity to prevent bakery ingredients from exterior oxygen and gases in order to maintain freshness has stimulated the oxygen barrier films & coating for dry food demand.

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