Published on : Sep 12, 2019
The global fish free omega 3 ingredients market is prognosticated to grow at a robust rate during 2019 to 2029, says a TMR report. Vegetarians and vegans always look forward to fish free source of omega 3. There several brands such as Amway’s Nutrilite that sells dietary supplements to cater to the needs of omega 3. This could contribute in the growth of the global fish free omega 3 ingredients market.
Plant Based Source Strengthens Fish Free Omega 3 Market
Sea food, especially fish is the major source of omega 3 and omega 6. But, vegetarians and vegans resort to plant based source to fulfill their nutritional needs including omega 3. Some of the major plant based sources of omega 3 are:
• Seaweed and Spirulina: Seaweed and Spirulina are rich source of omega 3 for vegetarians and vegans. These contain high amount of EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) and DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid), polysaturated fatty acids. This could aid in the growth of the global fish free omega 3 ingredients market over the forecast period.
• Hemp Seeds: Hemp seeds are another plant based source of omega 3, it contains high amount of alpha linolenic acid. This makes it a best alternative for fish based omega 3, thus, could push the global fish free omega 3 ingredients market to expand.
• Chia Seeds: Chia seeds are also a good source of omega 3 from plants and contains high amount of alpha linolenic acid. This might lead to the growth of the global fish free omega 3 ingredients market.
The sales of all the above mentioned ingredients may go up in the upcoming years. The growth is anticipated to be from people who follow vegan or vegetarian diet in their day today life.
Request a Sample PDF copy with detailed Insights: https://www.researchmoz.us/enquiry.php?type=S&repid=2445512
Asia Pacific to Dominate Market
On the basis of region, Asia Pacific is expected to drive the global fish free omega 3 ingredients market. The growth in this region is possibly due to increasing health conscious population and presence of staunch vegetarians in India.