The Global Potato Chips Manufacturing Line Market Size Reached A Value Of USD 30.7 Billion In 2022. The Market Is Expected To Further Grow In The Forecast Period Of 2022-2030 At A CAGR Of 4.3% To Reach A Value Of USD 42.99 Billion By 2030.
Potato chips are a common snack, side dish, or first course. The most basic chips are salted and baked, but other kinds are made with cheese, herbs, spices, and other natural or artificial flavors to give them different tastes. Thin slices of potato that have been seasoned and fried until crisp are used to make them. When potato chips are fried, the sugar in the potatoes mixes with the amino acids to make them brown. This gives the chips their yellowish-brown color. Potato chips are also made and stored in a way that protects them from microbial breakdown, chemical reactions, and enzyme activity. They are also sold and packed in airtight plastic bags, which helps to make them last longer.
The potato chips manufacturing line market is a part of the food processing machinery industry that focuses on designing, making, and selling the machines and tools used to make potato chips. It includes a variety of machines and systems used in the different steps of making potato chips, such as washing, peeling, slicing, frying, flavoring, and packaging.
Potato chips are thin, crispy slices of potato that are often eaten as a snack. In some places, they are called "crisps." People who want a quick and tasty snack often choose them because they are popular and easy to get. Potato chip production lines are a key part of meeting the high demand for this snack because they make large-scale and efficient production possible.
- Rising Popularity of Snacking Products
Potato chips are one of the most convenient foods for people with busy lives. It cuts down on the time it takes to make a meal, and it can be eaten as a quick snack or as part of a meal. Crisps are salty snacks that are especially popular in the West. They make up a big part of the market for snack foods. Potato chip sales are going up around the world for a number of reasons. These include a wider range of products, a mix of regional snack flavors, changes in consumer lifestyles, and more ways to get potato chips to people.
Also, players have been putting healthy or fortified potato chips on the market because healthy snacks are becoming more popular. For example, Prataap Snacks Ltd's Yellow Diamond brand potato chips have Omega-3s added to them. Also, in May 2022, upcycled sweet potato chips called Uglies Sweets were added to the line of Uglies Kettle Chips. The sweet potatoes that went into the chips were cooked in small batches in a kettle and had just a little bit of salt added. The company that made these chips said that they were a good source of vitamin A, did not contain gluten, were verified by the Non-GMO Project, were kosher, could be eaten by vegans, and were made in a facility that did not have nuts.
- Choice Of Availability of Flavour and Sedentary Lifestyle
To attract customers, companies that make potato chips and crisps are adding new flavors like cheese and onion, cream cheese, and paprika. New products are put on the market based on what customers want and how they like to eat. Technology makes it easy for customers to get these products, which is expected to help the Potato Chips and Crisps Market grow. Potato Chips and Crisps Market is also expected to grow because people spend less time moving around.
- Rapid Growth in the Income of Individuals in the Developing Countries
When people's incomes went up, they spent more on things that were easy and let them sit around. People are becoming more interested in the western way of life, which is expected to help the Potato Chips and Crisps Market grow.
- Changing Lifestyles and Convenience
Modern lifestyles, with their busy schedules and need for convenience, have led to a higher demand for snacks that are already made and ready to eat. Potato chips are a popular choice for snacks because they can be eaten quickly and are satisfying. This makes it important to have efficient, automated production lines that can make a lot of potato chips quickly to meet consumer expectations.
As people become more concerned about their health, there is a growing demand for healthier snack options, like potato chips. Manufacturers are using healthier ways to make their products, like baking instead of frying and healthier oils. Because people's tastes are changing, this trend is driving the creation of production lines that can make healthier versions of potato chips.
- Growing Awareness Regarding Health Owing to Rise in the Number of Chronic Diseases
Customers are becoming more health conscious as the number of chronic diseases, like diabetes and high blood pressure, goes up. Customers are switching to healthier foods and grains, which is expected to slow down the growth of the Potato Chips and Crisps Market.
- Maintenance and Operational Costs
In addition to the initial investment, potato chip manufacturing lines can cost a lot to run and maintain over time. Maintenance, replacement of spare parts, energy use, and labor costs can all add to the overall cost of operation. For manufacturers to make money, especially in markets with a lot of competition, these costs need to be carefully managed.
- Fluctuating Raw Material Prices
Potatoes are the main raw material for making potato chips, and changes in the price of potatoes can affect how well manufacturers do financially. Potato prices can change in ways that are hard to predict because of changes in crop yields, weather, and the way the market works. When the prices of raw materials go up and down, it can be hard for manufacturers to control costs and keep quality and supply steady.
- Automation and Efficiency
Automation technologies continue to improve quickly, giving manufacturers chances to improve their production processes and make their operations run more smoothly. Advanced automation systems can be added to lines that make potato chips to speed up production, reduce labor costs, cut down on mistakes, and improve the quality of the chips. Manufacturers can look for ways to get a competitive edge by investing in new machinery and automation solutions.
- Sustainable Manufacturing Practices
Sustainability and caring for the environment are getting more and more attention in the food industry. Manufacturers can take advantage of this chance by making potato chips in a way that is good for the environment. This includes machines that use less energy, plans to reduce waste, the use of eco-friendly packaging materials, and following environmental laws. Focusing on sustainability can bring in customers who care about the environment and improve the reputation of a brand.
- Customization and Product Innovation
People want different kinds of potato chips with different tastes. Manufacturers can take advantage of this by letting customers customize their products and coming up with new flavors, textures, or shapes. Manufacturers can meet consumer demands for variety and customization by making sure their production lines are flexible enough to handle different product variations and quick flavor changes.
- In 2017 - Kellogg Company released five new flavors of potato chips and crisps, including Fiery Chili Lime, Mighty Margherita Pizza, Salsa Fiesta, Spicy Queso, and Super Cheesy Italian.
- In 2017 - Campbell bought Synders-Lance to grow in the snacking industry, which is growing quickly, especially in the chips and crisps category.
- In 2018 - PepsiCo signed a deal with Bare Foods to add baked fruits, potato chips, and other vegetable snacks to its line-up.
- In August 2022 - Lays Gourmet, a line of high-end potato chips, came out. In addition to the launch, the company also released a TVC film to promote its product and give it a unique place in the market.
- In May 2022 - For the Queen's jubilee, Walkers (United Kingdom) premium potato crisp brand sensations added a variety of new flavors. The company's first flavors were spit-roasted pork with apple sauce and baked cheese with honey.
- In April 2022 - Utz Brands Inc. released two new potato chip flavors that would only be available for a limited time. Together with Grillo's Pickles, the company made Classic Drill Pickle-flavored chips and put them on the market.
- In September 2022 - The US-based food and drink company PepsiCo said it would invest $100 million (102.5 million euros) in its Popesti-Leordeni snack plant. When the investment is done in 2024, it will double the plant's ability to make things.
- In September 2022 - Great Lakes Potato Chip Co, which is based in Michigan, has decided to start selling its own kettle chips. Great Lakes Potato Chip Co. now makes nine different kinds of kettle chips that still have the potato skin on them. The company can turn 70,000 pounds of potatoes into about 300,000 packets of 1.375-ounce potato chips every day.
Top market players are
Heat & Control Inc. makes equipment systems for processing and packaging food. Products made by the company include, among other things, oven systems, searing systems, breading applicators, frying equipment, bagmakers, sealers, inspection systems, metal detectors, and sorting systems.
Kiremko is a Dutch company whose only goal is to help the potato processing industry as a whole. Kiremko designs, builds, and installs complete processing lines, factory upgrades, and capacity expansions, as well as single pieces of equipment.
INCALFER is a company that designs and makes machinery and equipment for processing food. It has cutters, peelers, cheese slicers, elevators, washers, salters, seasoners, water drinkers, and more. The company makes breaded products, snacks, frozen vegetables, and other things for supermarkets and other markets.
John Bean Technologies Corporation (JBT) is a leading global provider of technology solutions to high-value parts of the food and beverage industry, with a focus on proteins, liquid foods, and automated guided vehicles.
Flo-Mech Ltd. sells equipment for making food. The company sells tools for making french fries, nuts, potato chips, snacks, corn chips, coffee, vegetables, and food that can be canned.
tna is the world's leading provider of integrated solutions for food processing and packaging, with more than 14,000 systems installed in more than 120 countries. The company offers a wide range of products, such as materials handling, processing, cooling and freezing, coating, distribution, seasoning.
In 2009, Rosenqvists Food Technologies AB was founded. Professional engineering services are part of what the company does.
The main office of Wintech Taparia Limited is in England. The company makes machines for making food products as part of its business.
The registered office of Fabcon Food Systems Limited is in Norwich, Norfolk. The company was founded on September 13, 2013.
GEM Equipment of Oregon, Inc. sells machines that are used to make food. The business sells fryers, conveyors, rock traps, and other products that are similar.
The market is segmented on the basis of type, category, distribution channel and region.
By Type Outlook:
The most important part of the market is the flavored segment, which is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.35 percent over the next five years. Flavored potato chips and crisps are foods that have different tastes added to them to make them taste better. Flavored potato chips and crisps are also called flavored potato chips and crisps. "flavored potato chips and crisps" refers to both kinds of snacks. One of the most important things about a product is how it tastes, which has a big effect on whether or not people buy it. This is because taste makes a big difference in how a customer feels about a product as a whole. Also, one of the things that makes a product enjoyable to use is how it tastes.
Except for salt, potato chips and crisps don't have different tastes or flavors. "Plain" is the word used to describe these kinds. The chips and crisps you see here are made with potatoes. The only thing that gives plain potato chips and crisps their taste is the main ingredients used to make them. This means that these snacks don't have any taste that stands out.
The global market is split into two groups: conventional and organic.
The conventional segment has the biggest market share and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.15 percent over the next five years. Normal farming methods are used to grow the potatoes that are used to make potato chips and crisps. In contrast to organic farming, traditional potato production uses pesticides, fertilizers, hormones, and antibiotics that are made in a lab. Less pesticides are left on the organic product than on conventionally grown produce. Also, conventional foods could contain or be made with organisms that have been changed genetically. So, traditional chips and crisps aren't made the way they would be in nature. But conventional goods are less expensive than organic goods. Because of this, cheap potato chips and crisps are made with regular potatoes.
Organic potato chips and crisps are made from potatoes that are grown without the use of chemicals. These potatoes are grown without chemicals and under strict rules and supervision to make sure they are pure and contain few or no chemicals. To grow and process potatoes for organic potato chips and crisps, a lot of capital is needed. Due to more people wanting organic products, the organic segment is expected to grow at a great CAGR over the projection period. Data from the CBI, which is part of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, show that the organic food market in Europe is growing in a big way.
By Distribution Channel:
The global market is split into store-based and non-store-based based on how the products are sold.
The store-based segment is the biggest part of the market, and it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.35 percent over the next five years. The store-based section is made up of supermarkets and hypermarkets, convenience stores, and other stores. Since most potato chips and crisps are sold through these channels, the supermarkets and hypermarkets subsegment is expected to be the biggest. The growth of the segment is helped by strong vendor networks, great products with appealing packaging, and easy access. People go to supermarkets and hypermarkets so they can do all of their shopping in one place. In a small space devoted to one type of food, these shops sell a lot of different things. People often care more about price than anything else, so supermarkets and hypermarkets offer discounts to attract customers.
E-commerce is a part of the industry that doesn't have stores, and it's how people sell potato chips and crisps on the websites of different online stores. The main reasons people buy food online are because it's easy and saves them time. Companies need help using physical stores to reach customers in many different places. So, e-commerce channels are a way for businesses to better meet customer needs and build their brands. This kind of distribution also helps build brand recognition for the supplier.
The global Potato Chips Manufacturing Line market has been looked at in different parts of the world, including North America, Latin America, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Africa, Europe, and India. In the near future, this market will be led by the global Potato Chips Manufacturing Line region.
By 2022, Europe will have the largest share of the global potato chip manufacturing line market in terms of sales. Over the next five years, the region is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7%. This is because people want healthier snacks and like packaged foods with more saturated fat and salt. Asia-Pacific is expected to be the second largest market by 2022. This is because countries like China, India, Japan, and South Korea want the product a lot. Over the next few years, the industry is likely to grow because people's lifestyles are changing and their disposable income is going up.
- North America
- Rest of North America
- Nordic Countries
- Benelux Union
- The Netherlands
- Rest of Europe
- South Korea
- Southeast Asia
- Rest of Southeast Asia
- Rest of Asia-Pacific
- The Middle East & Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Rest of the Middle East & Africa
- Latin America
- Rest of Latin America
Scope of Report:
||Value (USD Billion)
||CAGR of 4.3% from 2023 to 2030
|By Distribution Channel
- Heat and Control
- TNA Australia Solutions
- Wintech Taparia Limited
- Fabcon Food Systems
- GEM Equipment of Oregon
| Regional Scope
- North America
- The Middle East & Africa
- Latin America
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