New study details the increasing worldwide demand for flexible packaging in the baby food market

The growing call for environmentally friendly packaging has not missed the baby food market. As more consumers become aware of the advantages of green options, baby food makers are looking to expand their use of flexible packaging to satisfy the market demand. A recent report from Orian Research takes an in-depth look at the demand, growth, and trends in the baby food packaging market.

Currently, the worldwide baby food packaging market is valued at $54 billion, and it is expected to skyrocket to nearly $93 billion by the end of 2025.

According to the report, baby food companies are increasingly using sustainable and recyclable packaging materials as customers actively seek them out. The research indicates that the trend is growing not only in the United States, but across Europe and Asia, as well. It examines all facets of packaging in the infant food market including milk formula, prepared baby food, and dried food, and it includes cost and feasibility analysis for companies considering making the move to more sustainable packaging.

To obtain a sample copy of this research report, visit Orian Research here.

There’s no question that a large percentage of modern consumers, particularly younger consumers, are looking for ways to make greener choices. If you manufacture products that appeal to young families, you need to be aware of the trend toward sustainable flexible packaging. Are you ready to learn more? Give AMGRAPH a call, and we’ll answer your questions and show you how to get started creating the kind of packaging your customers will demand.