"Consumption and sales of gluten-free foods continues to increase, but growth in sales has slowed considerably in recent years. Sales do continue to grow, just at a slower pace. The propagation of lower-priced gluten-free foods, including store-brands, as well as other more competitively priced options are likely responsible for the slowed growth. As manufacturers, large and small, enter the largely fragmented gluten-free marketplace, consumers gain an increased availability, quality, and variety of options."
- Billy Roberts, Senior Food & Drink Analyst
This report discusses the following key topics:
Gluten-free sales continue to rise, but slow Consumption continues steady increase Consumption reasons suggest need to augment gluten-free foods