Market Research Report
Global Halal Ingredients Market - 2019-2026
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Halal ingredients are the ingredients that are permissible to use according to Islamic law. The halal ingredients are used for the preparation of food products, cosmetics, personal care products, pharmaceuticals, and food ingredients. The halal ingredients are also used for preparing the various beauty products such as lipsticks, creams, and soaps. The global halal ingredients market valued USD XX million in 2018 and it is expected to grow at a CAGR of XX% to reach USD XX million by 2026.
The market is driven by the rising demand for halal ingredients in the healthcare, dietary supplements, and pharmaceutical industries. There is the consumption of nutritionally enriched, and functional food & beverage products with the changing lifestyles. There is growing usage of halal ingredients in beauty, personal care, and cosmetic products.
There is a rise in the launch of halal products. For instance, in July 2018, Solvay had launched the new naturally-sourced ingredient i.e. Rhovanil US NAT, the halal certified. This product is of high-quality natural and functional vanillin-based solutions. It has a non-GMO, and Allergen free profile. It is labeled as a natural flavor. It is ideal for chocolate, bakery confectionery & beverages applications.
In July 2018, Solvay announced the launch of its new naturally-sourced ingredient called Rhovanil US NAT, which is halal certified. These innovative products cater to the consumer demand for natural products and it also meets US natural flavor regulations. This product is of high-quality natural and functional vanillin-based solutions. Such innovative launch in the market of halal ingredients leads to its expansion of the forecasting future. In June 2014, Croda had launched the halal-certified ingredients including the high-performance cosmetic ingredients for the Muslim population.
Several companies are receiving the halal certification for their ingredients. For instance, in January 2019, Croda International Plc had received the halal-certification from Instituto Halal de Junta Islamica (Halal Institute of Spain) for 15 biopolymer ingredients manufactured at their Ditton site in the United Kingdom. Croda's Halal-certified ingredients would be sold into the beauty, personal care, home care, food, and pharmaceutical industries. The halal-compliant range comprised of the surfactants, emollients, fatty acids and alcohols, humectants, inorganic UV filters, lanolin and derivatives, rheology modifiers, gelling agents, specialty blends and bases, specialty cationic compounds, active ingredients as well as botanical extracts.
In January 2018, DSM had received the halal certification for the majority of its personal care ingredients. The halal certification is recognized by the major Islamic authorities around the world. The company's halal ingredients include skin actives, vitamins, and UV-filters for a variety of personal care applications. These ingredients are approved by the Halal Food Council of Europe (HFCE), Brussels, which is recognized by the Indonesian Council of Ulama (Majelis Ulama Indonesia (MUI)), the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM)), the Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America (IFANCA) and the Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology (ESMA).
The global halal ingredients market is segmented based on ingredient type as ingredients for food & beverages, ingredients for cosmetics and ingredients for pharmaceuticals. The ingredients for the food & beverages segment account for the highest market share of XX% in 2019 as there is the presence of a large number of the companies developing the halal ingredients for food & beverages. These ingredients include the flavors, hydrocolloids, starches, sweeteners, acidulants, emulsifiers, enzymes, colors, protein, antioxidants, preservatives, and others. The flavors account for the highest market share due to a large number of flavor companies are receiving the halal certifications for meeting the rising demand for food & beverages. Different flavors are added to the food for imparting the taste and masking the undesirable taste. There is high adoption of the herbal-based flavors that provides a refreshing and pleasant taste to the food. Companies are introducing several new flavors in the convenience, and ready-to-eat food with the changing consumers' preferences.
Further, the market is also classified based on the application as food & beverages, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals. The food & beverages segment accounts for the highest market share due to the high consumption of the food & beverages prepared by using the halal ingredients. Companies are performing a large number of marketing campaigns for attracting consumers. The market is dominated by the availability of several food & beverages prepared from the halal ingredients. There is growing awareness regarding the health benefits and cleanliness associated with halal-certified food & beverages. Moreover, the consumers are willing to pay the high price for the food & beverages prepared from the organic, and natural halal-certified ingredients. The rising standardizations of the halal certification shall boost the demand for the food & beverages over the forecasted period.
The pharmaceuticals segment is expected to witness positive market growth due to the growing demand for the halal ingredients used for preparing the pharmaceuticals with the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases and lifestyle-related diseases. Several pharmaceutical companies are receiving the certifications for the halal ingredients including the active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and excipients for preparing the pharmaceuticals.
By region, the global halal ingredients market is segmented into North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle-East, and Africa. Among all of the regions, Middle-East, and Africa dominated the global halal ingredients market and expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecasted period due to the presence of the favorable government regulations for the halal ingredients. Several companies are shifting their manufacturing facilities and base to the Middle-East, and Africa due to the growing Muslim population. The drastic market growth is expected to witness in countries such as Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the UAE due to the rapid economic growth because of the stable political environment in these countries. It is further expected that the Middle-East and Africa shall maintain its dominant market position over the forecasted period.
The Asia-Pacific region is expected to have positive market growth due to the growing Muslim populations especially in South Asia and Pacific regions in countries such as Indonesia, Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh. There is an increase in the number of products receiving halal certifications. The increasing disposable income, & purchasing power of the people shall boost the demand for the halal ingredients over the forecasted period.
The global halal ingredients market is highly competitive with the presence of several international and local markets. Product diversification, revenue generation, and opportunities intensify the market competition. Koninklijke Dsm N.V, Archer Daniels Midland, DowDupont, Solvay S.A., Barentz International BV, Cargill, BASF, and Symrise are the leading market players with significant market share.
Major players are receiving the halal certifications for their products. For instance, In April 2019, Schulke had received the halal certification for its broad portfolio of personal care products. In December 2018, Impossible Foods had received the halal certification from the Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America (IFANCA). Its flagship product, the Impossible Burger, is now halal certified by IFANCA under the Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM) regulations.
In March 2016, BASF has received halal certification for more of its personal care ingredients. These are the 145 personal and home care ingredients made at the company's Dusseldorf and Illertissen site now comply with the HAS 23000 international halal standard. These ingredients were approved by the Halal Control, Russelsheim, or the Halal Food Council of Europe, Brussels, which are both recognized by the Indonesian Council of Ulama. These products include the ingredients range from sugar-based surfactants, pearlisers, emollients, and protein derivatives for personal care applications such as cleansers or bubble baths.
Companies are entering into the collaborations, acquisitions, mergers, and licensing for increasing their market penetration. For instance, In March 2020, Impossible Foods had entered into the partnership with the Halal Shack to serve halal-certified Afghan-inspired cuisine.
In December 2018, Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC) had entered into the tripartite collaboration with ARLA Foods amba (Arla), an international co-operative based in Denmark and ARK Advantage (ARK), Arla's Halal advisor, towards the globalization of Halal Malaysia for producing the more home-grown Halal Malaysia champions and creating bigger market spaces for these Halal products.
In April 2012, Agilent Technologies Inc. had entered into the collaboration with the Universiti Putra Malaysia's Halal Products Research Institute (HPRI) to strengthen Malaysia's research capabilities for halal food products.