Global Non-Dairy Creamer Market Key Insights:
- Type: Low Fat NDC, Medium Fat NDC, High Fat NDC
- Market Performance & Price Trends 2018
- Market Analysis & Outlook 2019-2024
The global non-dairy creamer market is being driven by a growing demand for dairy alternatives. In 2018, the global market for dairy alternatives reached a value of USD 14.5 billion. The industry is projected to grow at robust pace in the forecast period of 2019-2024, growing at a CAGR of 12%. In 2024, the global dairy alternative industry is expected to attain USD 32 billion. The retail sales of plant-based dairy alternatives have been witnessing a growth of 8% annually over the past ten years.
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Non-dairy creamers find their leading application in coffee. In 2015, an estimated 65% of the coffee drinkers, globally, added creamers to their drink to enhance its sweetness/ creaminess and flavours. A significant proportion of the creamers consumed was comprised of plant-based ingredients like soy. Annually, NDCs are added to nearly 37 million cups of coffee. Between 2017 to 2020, plant-based dairy is expected to witness a robust growth across multiple categories, with plant-based coffee creamers projected to grow by 20-30%. The industry is being driven by the rising innovation in the category, with multiple R&D undertakings by major players in the industry. Oats-based creamers is an expanding market in the industry, having similar flavour and creaminess to the available dairy and soy-based products, and is easily soluble in beverages like coffee. The demand for oats-based creamers is rising due to their greater nutritional values, containing high levels of functional proteins and beta glucan.
North America is a leading market in Global Non-Dairy Creamer Market. The total coffee dairy-creamer industry in North America was worth nearly USD 2.23 billion in 2018. Plant-based creamers account for about 5% of the North America creamer market. However, the segment is witnessing a robust growth and its market share is projected to increase in the coming years. In the US, plant-based coffee creamers witnessed a growth of almost 85% in 2017. Between 2018 and 2023 the industry is projected to see an annual growth rate of 20-40%. The plant-based creamers grew by over 40% in the US in October 2018, as compared to the previous year.
Properties and Applications
Non-dairy creamers (NDC), which are also known as coffee or tea whiteners, are usually substitutes for milk or cream and are added to beverages like tea, coffee, and hot chocolate, among others. They can be bifurcated into powder and liquid forms. Their fat content can range from low to medium to high. NDCs are available in flavours like French vanilla, caramel, hazelnut, and Irish crème, among others. They find their applications in food and beverage products like:
- Milk Tea
- Baking Food
- Drinks and Candy
- Instant Cereal
The EMR report also looks into the regional markets for non-dairy creamers like North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, LATAM, and Middle East and Africa.
The global non-dairy creamer market is being driven by the rising demand for allergen free and plant-based additives in the beverage segment. The growing trend towards veganism is also aiding the industry, especially, with the development of plant-based creamers devoid of casein. The industry is being driven by younger millennial consumers, especially younger women, who are focusing on eating healthier and are increasingly adopting veganism. With the consumers becoming more health-conscious, the non-dairy creamer industry is finding impetus in the growing opportunity to develop nutritious NDCs containing protein and dietary fibres. The rise in the consumption of low- fat and low-calorie NDCs are also aiding the industry.
The expanding types and flavours of NDC are propelling the industry forward as they are attracting a wider consumer base with a diverse taste palette. The lower cost of plant-based dairy creamers compared to the dairy-based creamers is further driving the Global Non-Dairy Creamer market. The longer shelf-life of NDC is leading to rising demand for the products. The growing urbanisation and increasing disposable incomes are also acting as catalysts for the industry.
The industry is dominated by the United States and Europe, with the leading producers of non-dairy creamers having their headquarters in these two regions. The industry in these regions is finding impetus for its growth in the rising demand for dairy alternatives. While the older consumers are increasingly choosing dairy alternative in the US and Europe because of their health benefits, the younger consumers are choosing non-dairy options due to a growing awareness of animal rights. The rise in the occurrence of lactose intolerance is further leading to an increase in the demand for dairy alternatives and non-dairy creamers. The Asia Pacific is also emerging as a significant market for the industry.
The report provides a detailed insight into the following key players in the global non-dairy creamer market, looking into their market share, capacity, and latest developments like capacity expansions, mergers and acquisitions, and plant turnarounds:
- Dean Foods
- Rich Products Corporation
- Fujian Jumbo Grand Food Co., Ltd
- Super Group Ltd.
- PT Santos Premium Krimer
- Friesland Campina Kievit
- Suzhou Jiahe Foods Industry Co., Ltd.
- Kerry Inc.
The EMR report gives an in-depth insight into the market by providing a SWOT as well as Porter’s Five Forces analysis.