Soybean oil market Is Estimated to Grow at a Steady Pace While Reporting a CAGR Of 5.1% by 2032

During the forecast period 2022-2032, the soybean oil market is expected to grow at a value of 5.1% CAGR, according to Fact.MR. By the year 2032, the global market for deodorants and antiperspirants is expected to rise to a market valuation of US$ 34 Billion. A clear, yellow vegetable oil derived from soybean seeds is referred to as "soybean oil." Among other essential nutrients, it is a rich source of proteins, vitamins, plant sterols, and fatty acids. Soybean oil helps prevent osteoporosis, maintain heart health, enhance immunity, lower cholesterol levels, reduce the risk of cognitive impairments, and improve skin and eye health.

One of the key elements affecting soybean oil's high demand globally is its inexpensive price. When compared to most other edible oils, such as groundnut, canola, coconut, and olive oils, soybean oil is less expensive. As a result, it has enormous popularity in price-sensitive markets, particularly in developing countries. If a consumer has a health condition like obesity, high blood pressure, or cardiovascular disease, they may add soybean oil to their food. Due to a trend away from ready-to-eat (RTE) foods and toward home-cooked dishes brought on by growing health consciousness, the market for soybean oil is growing.

Soybean oil contains a range of functional properties that enable it to be employed in both food and non-dietary applications, in addition to its health benefits. The food industry uses soybean oil to make margarine, shortening, potato chips, mayonnaise, whipped toppings, and non-dairy creamers. In contrast, soybean oil is utilized in the non-food industry to create caulk, adhesive, mastic, biodiesel, plastics, animal feed, and pesticides. However, although soybean oil has many potential health advantages, there may also be some negative effects on the body of the user. Furthermore, the majority of the soybeans farmed in the US have undergone genetic alteration. Many people choose to avoid genetically modified organisms due to concerns about their long-term health effects as well as issues like antibiotic resistance and increased allergenicity. During the forecast period, these issues may limit the global soybean market's expansion.


These insights are based on a report on soybean oil market by Fact.MR.