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Dehydrated Vegetables

Vegetables that have been dried are becoming popular snack choices. Sales are increasing due to the rise in customer demand, and businesses are utilizing technology to create dehydrated veggies that can be enjoyed over a more extended period.


According to a survey, the global market for dehydrated veggies will increase at a rate of 4.8% during the next ten years. Dried vegetables are expected to generate more than US$ 90 billion in revenue by 2028, up from an estimated value of more than US$ 56 billion in 2018.


Dehydrated veggies are given more room on shop shelves as consumers prefer ready-to-eat foods with longer shelf life. With the development of drying technologies, dehydrated veggies may be produced more quickly while maintaining their original nutritional content. It has increased consumer interest in dehydrated vegetables.



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Future outlook

Companies have recently been encouraged to create dehydrated vegetables with specific certifications, claims, and labeling. The proper product labeling goes a long way in helping customers believe in a brand, and the global clean label movement is one method that producers of food and beverages (F&B) may help consumers believe in their products. To increase openness throughout the food chain, regulations in certain nations require clean label packaging with precise information on ingredients, source, and processing techniques. Therefore, businesses are concentrating on creating a favorable perception of their products in the marketplace. Consumers' excessive desire for healthy food products has given rise to profitable expansion prospects.


Food producers emphasize using dehydrated veggies in their product range to meet the growing demand for natural and healthy food ingredients. Dehydrated veggies take up half as much space as fresh vegetables and preserve their nutritional value, making it easier for food manufacturers to transfer their products from one location to another. Dehydrated veggies are easy to carry and high in nutrients and dietary fiber, both of which have driven market growth.


Scope in the food industry

Customers find it more challenging to cook at home because of the demanding work environment in metropolitan centers, which results in increased work time. Consumers are increasingly choosing packaged and ready-to-eat meals due to their hectic lifestyles. Thanks to dehydrated vegetables, customers can enjoy excellent recipes that require less preparation time. In the meanwhile, a variety of dry vegetable options are readily available, giving consumers more choices.


Customers are looking for food products that are easy, affordable, and flavorful to fit their fast-paced lifestyles, which presents a plethora of growth potential for manufacturers of dehydrated vegetable products.




Dried vegetables have a robust supply chain with first-rate transportation capabilities and environmentally friendly packaging options. Key market players' production and marketing initiatives are still driven by sustainability and innovation, in line with growing consumer awareness of environmentally friendly production and packaging.


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