Canned foods are the food products that are preserved by sterilizing and sealing them in airtight containers. Canning of food products is done to extend their shelf life, coupled with high quality and high nutritional value. The global canned food market was valued at $91.4 billion in 2018 and is anticipated to reach $124.8 billion by 2026, with a CAGR of 3.9% during the forecast period. Canned food is available in the market in a range of product types such as seafood, meat, meals, beans, lentils, fruits, vegetables, soups & sauces, sweets & desserts, and pastas. Additives such as spices, flavors, and seasonings are used to enhance the aroma, taste, and consistency of the canned food products. Food & beverages manufacturers have invested a lot in R&D to enhance characteristics, taste, or nutritional value of canned food.
Major Key Players of the Canned Food Market are:
Del Monte Foods, Conagra Brands, Kraft Heinz, Nestlé, Campbell Soup Company, JBS, CHB Group, AYAM, Danish Crown, and Bolton Group.
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Consumer demand for convenient canned food products that are healthy, ethical, and comforting, and fit for fast-paced life is a major trend in developed economies. Moreover, rise in disposable income in emerging economies such as China, India, and Brazil has led to increased expenditure on time-saving and labor-saving canned food products. Consumers are not willing to spend much time on food preparation; thus, they prefer convenience over price. Redefinition of gender roles in households, with more working women