Increasing Awareness and a growing number of Health concerned consumers is a vital factor driving the Aseptic Based Milk market. Owing to health awareness, people are consuming plant-based milk such as hemp milk, soy milk, almond milk, oat milk, rice milk, pea milk and others as it provides several health benefits. Moreover, rising health consciousness among consumers owing to the rising prevalence of various health problems such as obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and many other diseases across the globe is a vital factor contributing to its market growth. For instance, According to, World Health Organization (WHO), diabetes affects around 422 million people globally, the majority of whom live in low- and middle-income countries and diabetes are directly responsible for 1.6 million deaths per year. Aseptic Based Milk Market size is forecast to reach $24,354.7 million by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 12.8% during the forecast period 2021-2026.

Aseptic Based Milk is milk that is packaged in an aseptic container. As aseptic packaging provides longer shelf life to products also, it is eco friendly. When stored at 4-8°C, milk in a bottle has a shelf life of 10 to 21 days if packaged with aseptic processing techniques. The shelf life of packaged milk was prolonged up to a year without refrigeration thanks to technologies like UP and UHT. As a result, sterilising treatments have been implemented to improve the microbiological security of their vital processes, removing airborne germs from the delicate dairy product's immediate environment. Aseptic carton packaging, for example, has aided in better packaging and distribution, allowing products to last longer on the shelf. The purpose of an aseptic package is to protect the products while also maintaining their quality. Aseptic packaging has a more sophisticated structure and composition, which varies based on the product application, package size, and package type.

North America holds a major share of the Aseptic Based Milk market owing to the demand for plant-based milk in this region. Plant-based milk provides several health benefits. For instance, hemp is one of the best plant-based protein sources. Hemp milk is an excellent non-dairy alternative because it has more calcium than dairy milk. It also has anti-inflammatory qualities and contains omega 3 and 6 essential fatty acids, which improves brain and heart health. Hemp milk can be used in place of dairy milk in a variety of foods. According to the Journal published by the Plant-Based Food Association in 2018, the plant-based milk segment has grown by 9% (against 3% the previous year) and now accounts for over half of the entire dollar volume ($1.6 billion). Plant-based milk sales account for 15% of total milk sales. Sales of plant-based milk have topped $670 million, a 24% rise (compared to 6 % last year). This increase in consumption of plant-based milk leads to a rise in demand for Aseptic Based Milk in this region. Furthermore, increasing awareness about health owing to the rising prevalence of cardiovascular diseases in this region has driven new growth opportunities for the Aseptic Based Milk Market during 2020-2026. According to, Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the leading cause of death in America. Also In the United States, one person dies from cardiovascular disease every 36 seconds.

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Aseptic Based Milk Market Growth Drivers:

Increasing Demand for Natural and Clean Label Products:

Increasing demand for natural and clean label food products owing to the rising prevalence of many diseases among the people also contribute abetting the growth of the market. Furthermore, growing awareness about the benefits of clean label food products among people. This increases the growth of the Aseptic Based Milk Market.

Growing Number of Lactose Intolerance Cases and Milk Allergies:

The rising prevalence of lactose intolerances cases and milk allergies among consumers is increasing the growth of the aseptic based milk market. Lactose intolerance is a digestive condition caused by a lack of ability to digest lactose, the primary carbohydrate found in dairy products. Allergies and intolerances are important drivers of demand for aseptic plant-based milk, especially given the fact that cow's milk allergy is the most common food allergy among newborns and children, according to the American Gastroenterological Association.

Rising Demand for Packed Foods:

Increasing demand and consumption of packed food products owing to a fast-paced lifestyle and rising working population which driving the growth of the Aseptic milk market. Moreover, packed food contains various flavouring ingredients to enhance the flavor of food products, thus increasing the growth of the Aseptic Based Milk Market.

The Major Players in this Market Include

The major companies in the Aseptic Based Milk Market include Gehl food & Beverage, SunoOpta In., Emulhurst Milk, American Soy Product Inc., California Natural Products, Pacific Foods of Oregon LLC, Chobani, LLC, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Earth's Own Food Company,  Blue Diamond Growers.

In April 2021, SunOpta Inc. announced the acquisition of the Dream and WestSoy plant-based beverage brands from The Hain Celestial Group, Inc. which is predicted to accelerate the growth of the company in this market.

Over the years, companies have mainly focused on research and development and have been investing in developing various products. The advancements in ingredients of the products are driving the Aseptic Based Milk market during 2020-2026.

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