Increasing global awareness of the health value of coconut and its by-products is likely to push the worldwide consumption of coconut flour to around 850 tonnes by 2026 according to the United States market intelligence and consulting firm Future Market Insights (FMI).
FMI says its research suggests that consumer concerns over the nexus between food consumption patterns and good health is expected to fuel its demand over the next couple of years.
FMI notes that coconut flour is likely to find favour over wheaten flour with consumers who are allergic to wheat or are sensitive to other similar gluten-based substances. “Coconut flour has emerged as a…to continue reading this article, please subscribe. Already a subscriber ? Sign In