Emulsifiers Market Report Forecast during 2018-2023

Global Emulsifiers Market: Demand Analysis and Growth Forecast

Emulsifier is a molecule that is a combination of hydrophobic and hydrophilic part, which is used to promote stability between water and oil by reducing the interfacial tension. It act as an aerating agent, starch complexing agent, crystallisation inhibitor, and it interacts with other food ingredients. These emulsifiers inhibit clump of residues, redeposit of residue on surface, and allow the residue to precipitate. Attributing to recent developments in emulsifiers, an IndustryARC market research report projects profitable progression in the emulsifiers market during the forecast period of 2018-2023.

Global Emulsifiers Market: Disruptive Trends

• Growing utilization of natural emulsifiers in skin care products by developing them from a variety of chemistry

• Huge investments by the manufacturers to produce water-resistant creams and lotions is stroking the market growth

• Increasing usage of natural emulsifiers in food emulsions such as bakery and confectionery products will continue providing consistent demand

• Long shelf life, bio-compatibility, and chemical inertness of emulsifiers are some of the key benefits propelling the growth of market

Global Emulsifiers Market: Leading Segments

The emulsifiers market can be segmented based on type, chemical nature and end use industries. Based on type, it can be segmented into natural, semi-synthetic, and synthetic. On the basis of chemical nature, it can be bifurcated into anionics, non-ionics, cationic, and amphoteric. Based on end-use industries, the market can be further classified into food, pharmaceuticals, personal care and others. Increasing disposable income in developing countries such as India and China is expected to maintain APAC as a key region for the players operating in this market.

Global Emulsifiers Market: Competitive Landscape

BASF, Kerry Group, DowDuPont Inc. Royal DSM N.V., and Solvay are some of the manufacturers of the emulsifiers. BASF is a company which is operating with wide range of products in chemicals, plastics, performance products, and crop protection products to oil and gas. BASF provides emulsifiers under a brand name Kolliphor. These are ionic and non-ionic emulsifiers used for a variety of emulsions.


Emulsifiers is an emulsifing agent used as additives in food processing. It is majorly used in food applications, and in manufacturing personal care products, which is contributing for the growth of the market for the same.

What can you expect from the report?

The Emulsifiers market Report is Prepared with the Main Agenda to Cover the following 20 points:

1. Market Size by Product Categories

2. Market trends

3. Manufacturer Landscape

4. Distributor Landscape

5. Pricing Analysis

6. Top 10 End user Analysis

7. Product Benchmarking

8. Product Developments

9. Mergers & Acquisition Analysis

10. Patent Analysis

11. Demand Analysis (By Revenue & Volume)

12. Country level Analysis (15+)

13. Competitor Analysis

14. Market Shares Analysis

15. Value Chain Analysis

16. Supply Chain Analysis

17. Strategic Analysis

18. Current & Future Market Landscape Analysis

19. Opportunity Analysis

20. Revenue and Volume Analysis

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