Select Page

The Infinium Global Research analyzes the Bread and Baked Food Market over the period of 2019 to 2025. This report also provides detailed qualitative and quantitative analyses of the market dynamics, market size, and future trends in Global Bread and Baked Food Market. It will help a lot of decision-makers to develop strategies and find new opportunities in the Global markets of Bread and Baked Food.

We are Now Including the Impact Analysis of the COVID-19 on this Premium Report and the Forecast Period of this Report shall be Revised to 2020-2026. The Section on the Impact of COVID-19 on this Market is Included in the Report for Free. To Know More Request Sample of this Report@

The US Food and Drug Administration stated that there is no evidence of food and food packaging being associated with the transmission of COVID-19. The Centers for Disease and Prevention (CDC) issued the statement” because of poor survivability of coronavirus on surfaces, there is a less likely very low risk of spread from food products or packaging that is shipped over a period of days or weeks at ambient, refrigerated, or frozen temperatures”.

Shortages of Non-Perishable Goods

Amid coronavirus lockdown, people are stocking up on non-perishable goods. Ordinary shoppers are purchasing much more flour than normal. A rise in home baking contributing to the shortages of flour on supermarket shelves. The National Association of British and Irish Millers stated that milling flour is working 24 hours a day but still struggling to meet demand.

In India, customers, witnessed a crisis of bakery products because lockdown forced bakery workers to remain in isolation. The staple had vanished from the shops earlier due to the unavailability of flour and the absence of people making it. Some of the bigger names in the bakery business have stopped functioning because they are unable to follow social distancing.

Before, coronavirus outbreak, the global market for bread and baked foods witnessed substantial growth due to product innovation. Besides, research and development by the major players in the industry, technological developments contributed to further growth in demand for bread and baked food items. Innovations are primarily based on health, pleasure, and convenience. For instance, malted sorghum muffins and gluten-free spicy cornbread from Bunge and Cajun Kolaches from ADM.

Get this Section as a Free Customization in the Report Along with 30% Discount on the Study:

“We have decided to extend our support to the industry on account of Corona outbreak by offering flat discount 30% on all our studies and evaluation of the market dynamics in Global Bread and Baked Food Market amidst COVID-19:”

Improved Technologies Gaining A Growing Audience

Technology from, robotics and extrusion to data analytics and new learning techniques are adding new value in baking industries. Coextruded snacks and cereals are gaining a growing audience. For example, Lion cereal from Nestle is a whole-grain, vitamin-fortified, premium product is made by twin-screw extruders. Twin-screw technology’s cost and complexity relegated it to incidental use in food production, but the machines’ versatility and consistency in producing complex products at high volumes are prompting food companies to adopt this technology.

Leading Brands Stepping Up to Fight COVID-19 Pandemic

Leading brands such as nestle joined forces with the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) in response to its emergency appeal. The IFRC is providing help to strengthen health care systems. Nestlé has implemented enhanced safety measures primarily focusing on frontline workers in Nestlé factories, quality labs, and distribution centers.

Browse Detailed TOC, Description, and Companies Mentioned in Report @