Increasing demand for low-fat content dairy desserts, the rising demand for healthy and nutritious refrigerated dairy desserts are anticipated to boost the U.S. Refrigerated Dairy Desserts market during the forecast period 2020-2025. U.S. Refrigerated Dairy Desserts Market size is forecast to reach $ 8.8 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 6.1% during the forecast period 2020-2025.

The U.S. Refrigerated Dairy Desserts market is growing at a significant rate as the majority of the consumers prefer low-calorie options and vegan alternatives. Lactose-free ice creams are increasing owing to the growing rates of food allergies and intolerances. The demand for low-fat content desserts is increasing on a large scale owing to its growing popularity among all generations. Refrigerated Dairy desserts provide nutrition along with the taste of sweetness and innovations in the variety of desserts with attractive colours and unique flavours have seized the attention of the consumers. The consumers of U.S. are concerned about high fat, low carbohydrate, and fibre diets that have increased the likelihood of obesity, heart disease, and some forms of cancer which has increased the sale of low fat and non-fat dairy foods.

Recent advancements in U.S. Refrigerated Dairy Desserts such as innovations in a variety of areas that have led to the development of highly sophisticated, automated manufacturing plants that churn out pint after pint of ice cream. Significant advances in fields such as mechanical refrigeration, chilling and freezing technologies, cleaning and sanitation, packaging, and ingredient functionality have shaped the industry. Many of the advances in the ice cream industry have been driven by technological inventions. Earlier, milk, cream, and sugar were the fundamental ingredients of refrigerated dairy desserts in its most rudimentary form. Flavored, frozen, and whipped into a popular dessert, there was little need to improve this successful formulation. However, as market pressures and economic opportunities arose, dairy desserts needed to change in many ways, including exhibiting stability over long-term frozen storage and responding to a more diverse population interested in issues such as changes in nutrient content. The presence of lactose in ice creams has been the source of various research activities. In general, the level of lactose in ice cream can be quite high, nearing 8%, resulting in concerns for those who experience lactose malabsorption issues. The high lactose content is, in part, a function of the U.S. standards of identity requiring that milk be fortified with milk fat and milk SNF above what is natively found in milk and the availability of lactose-rich ingredients designed to serve that purpose. These high lactose levels play a significant role in the overall freezing point depression of the serum phase of ice cream and contribute to a small degree to the overall sweetness of the refrigerated dairy dessert.

U.S. Refrigerated Dairy Desserts market is increasing owing to the increasing demand for low-fat dairy-based ice creams. The rising income level of consumers, drastic development of manufacturing capabilities, premiumization trend in the U.S., and increasing adoption of premium products among consumers are projected to cater to the increasing demand for refrigerated dairy desserts in the U.S. The growing trend of purchasing products from specialized stores has resulted in the opening of various cafes and bakery shops for frozen dessert products. Recent trends have compelled them to adapt nutritious desserts in their menus, which has further enhanced their product offerings. Moreover, several online delivery partners are coming up with innovative solutions to deliver refrigerated dairy desserts at respective locations as fresh as their source points. This has increased the online buying of frozen desserts. As per the WHO, more than 400 million people in the world are living with diabetes, which is estimated increase to more than 600 million people in the next 2 decades. An increasing number of diabetic patients has put extreme pressure on the dessert industry to develop sugar-free products suitable for the concerned class of consumers.

Macroeconomic factors such as increasing disposable incomes and a growing desire for indulgence treats are driving the refrigerated dairy desserts sector to grow rapidly and strongly worldwide. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sets standards of identity for refrigerated dairy desserts so that consumers will get a consistent product, no matter what brand or type they buy. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) defines nutrient descriptors such as "light," "reduced fat" and "low-fat" so that consumers know exactly what they're selecting in terms of nutritional content. All labeling statements follow the federal Nutrition Labeling and Education Act (NLEA), which governs all food labeling. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has initiated several projects to promote the consumption of yogurt and related products across the region. Low-fat yogurt is a great source of calcium and is increasingly promoted by the organization for health and nutrition. All these factors are set to avail of new growth opportunities to the U.S. Refrigerated Dairy Desserts market in the region during 2020-2025.

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U.S. Refrigerated Dairy Desserts Market Growth Drivers:
  • Increasing demand for low-fat content refrigerated dairy desserts and rising demand for healthy and nutritious refrigerated dairy desserts 
Low-fat content refrigerated dairy desserts are now trending among consumers in the U.S. as a sweet that is served as refreshment after or with meals, and the demand will be incrementing profitably soon. Most of the ice-creams are usually prepared from dairy products such as cream and milk. Sweeteners, stabilizers, preservatives, flavours, colours, and emulsifiers are added to enhance the taste and shelf-life of these products. Refrigerated dairy desserts are prepared with different vegetable oils, milk solids, and flavoured water. Most available and cost-effective options in the U.S. market are shaved ice, ice pops, sorbet, custard, BonBons, and yogurt. As per the NCBI, refrigerated dairy desserts have attained the milestone in the development. Significant advances in refrigerated dairy desserts market such as chilling and freezing technologies, mechanical refrigeration, packaging, ingredient, cleaning, and sanitation, and some other functionalities have collectively shaped the industry

  • The rise in the development of lactose-free desserts
Lactose-free desserts are known to have low nutritional and sensory quality. Lactose intolerance is a pathophysiological situation that occurs owing to the insufficiency of the “lactase” enzyme present in the jejunum. Ingestion of lactose-containing products leads to alteration in intestinal digestion and colonic fermentation, leading to diarrhea and other clinical discomforts. Some lactose-free products made from the lactose hydrolyzed milk or the alternate milk sources possessing low nutritional and sensory quality are available in the market. These alternatives are high-priced comparative to the foods containing lactose. So, there is a strong urge to develop lactose-free products that are nutritionally adequate, economical and well accepted by the consumers with main focus on special considerations viz., finding an alternate non-lactose source, ensuring sensory and nutritional attributes, compliance with the concerned regulatory guidelines and economics. 

Non-dairy probiotic products have global importance owing to an ongoing trend of vegetarianism and a high prevalence of lactose intolerance among various people all over the world. The drawback associated with the intake of dairy products includes lactose intolerance, cholesterol content, and allergenic milk proteins, which makes the development of new non-dairy probiotic foods essential. Lactose-free diet is the only treatment for people suffering from lactose intolerance. Complete avoidance of lactose allows the gut to heal and resolve nutritional deficiencies and other associated symptoms. Strict adherence to the lactose-free diet also reduces the risk of developing many of the serious long-term complications related to untreated lactose intolerance. This is set to give a boost in the U.S. Refrigerated Dairy Desserts market in upcoming years.

R&D Investment:
Americold Logistics (U.S.) is an American provisioner of the modern commercialized temperature-controlled warehousing for the storage of perishable goods, one of the forms of Food Preservation. It opened a new addition to its Clearfield, Utah campus. The new building added around 9.5 million cubic feet of temperature-controlled warehouse space. The expansion helped increase the company’s market leadership in northern Utah to greater than 50% of the total temperature-controlled warehouse capacity.

In December 2017, AGRO Merchants (US) acquired Grocontinental Limited (UK), a provider of cold storage and logistics services. The transaction strengthened AGRO’s position as the leading cold storage and logistics provider in the UK and Ireland.

The Major Players in this Market Include
The major companies in the U.S. Refrigerated Dairy Desserts market include Nestle USA, Inc., Campbell Soup Company, Alpha Banking Co, Inc., Lantmanmen Unibake USA Inc., Kellogg Company, ConAgra Brands, General Mills Inc., Lineage Logistics, Schwan’s Company, Sara Lee Desserts, Deiorio Foods Inc., and others. In June 2017, Lineage Logistics acquired Partner Logistics, a leading European cold storage provider, for the growth and expansion of its existing service offerings.
Over the years, major market players have focused on refrigerated dairy desserts in the U.S. owing to surpassing the negative impact on health by giving special attention to the utilization of foods needed to promote wellbeing and thus lowering the possibility of diseases. Launch of new market companies, adequate funding, and government-aided policies helps in the development of the U.S. Refrigerated Dairy Desserts market. The continuous developments in the Capillary Blood Collection Devices Market such as the lactose-free refrigerated dairy desserts, advanced technologies, increasing funding amount of startups and research organizations, and surge in the number of product approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are the major factors set to drive the U.S. Refrigerated Dairy Desserts market during the forecast period 2020-2025.

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