Market Overview

According to a Comprehensive Research Report by Market Research Future (MRFR), “.The cocoa Butter Alternatives Market Size was valued at USD 1.1 Billion in 2022. The cocoa butter alternatives market industry is projected to grow from USD 1.17 Billion in 2023 to USD 2.00 Billion by 2032, exhibiting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.91% during the forecast period (2023–2032). Rising disposable income supported by emerging economies and rising chocolate consumption are the key market drivers enhancing market growth.

The majority of the plant fat blends used as cocoa butter substitutes in chocolate are based on different vegetable fats. These are substitutions for regular cocoa butter. These substitute fats are known as cocoa butter substitutes. They can be blended without affecting the physical qualities of the cocoa butter.

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Report Scope:

The key players of the market are

v Nisshin OilliO Group, Ltd. (Japan)

v Fuji Oil Holdings, Inc. (Japan)

v Cargill, Incorporated (US)

v Bunge Ltd. (US)

v Wilmar International Ltd. (Singapore)

v AAK AB (Sweden)


v Felda IFFCO Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia)

v Musim Mas (Singapore)

v The Mewah Group (Singapore)

Market Drivers

Demand and consumption of chocolate are rising gradually on a global scale. It seems like there is always a need for chocolate for use in baking and confectionery applications. It is projected that rising disposable income supported by emerging economies in nations like India, China, and Brazil will increase demand for chocolate. However, there is a great demand for cocoa butter substitutes in order to meet consumer demands and get around the current lack of cocoa available to make cocoa butter. A vast number of industries, including bakery, confectionery, personal care goods, desserts, seasoning, and others, heavily utilize chocolate. All of these industries offer significant growth potential for the production of cocoa butter substitutes, with a high CAGR predicted for the projected period.

The manufacturers now have a wealth of chances to design possible cocoa butter market substitutes and boost sales of their products as a result of the decline in cocoa butter output. Manufacturers of oils and fats are making significant investments in R&D in order to create unique goods and launch their product line on a worldwide scale. Both plant-based and animal-based oils are the subject of extensive research as possible substitutes for cocoa butter.

Investments in R&D can also aid in the development of effective and widespread extraction methods for cocoa butter substitutes. Additionally, a strong emphasis on research should be made globally in order to address some of the primary limitations of cocoa butter substitutes, such as a tendency to bloom and rheological stability.

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Market Limitations

Lauric fatty acids are present in coconut oil and palm oil, which are frequently used as substitutes for cocoa butter. Certain nations have imposed strict usage and labeling guidelines to control the consumption of cocoa butter substitutes. For instance, in the US, the sole use of cocoa butter as the fat source is required for items to be classified as chocolate. Additionally, if substitutes for cocoa butter are used in the products, the name of the product must be changed, and it cannot still be called chocolate.

Marketing division

By Type

In 2020, the cocoa butter equivalents segment held the greatest market share, and throughout the forecast period, it is anticipated to see the highest CAGR of 7.14%.

By Source

The Shea segment held the greatest market share in terms of value in 2020 and is anticipated to experience the highest CAGR of 7.30% over the course of the forecast period.

By Application

The dairy & frozen desserts category is anticipated to post the greatest CAGR of 7.23% throughout the projected period, while the bakery & confectionery segment held a bigger market share of 65.55% in 2020.

Geographic Analysis:

In 2020, North America held the greatest market share of 40.99% in the global market for cocoa butter substitutes. During the forecast period, this region is expected to grow at a 7.00% CAGR. In 2020, North America dominated the global market for cocoa butter substitutes, and it is anticipated that it would continue to do so during the forecast period. By the end of 2028, the region is anticipated to generate revenues of USD 648.70 million, up from a revenue share of 40.99% in 2020. The development of application sectors including food and beverage and personal care is a key factor propelling the market for cocoa butter substitutes in North America. Sales of cocoa butter substitutes are increasing as a result of the booming demand for chocolate and baked goods because they are less expensive and widely available. The market players in North America are being pushed to choose different cocoa butter substitutes such shea butter, palm oil, coconut oil, and others due to the fall in cocoa bean output, which is leading to the supply of cocoa butter declining.

In 2020, the Asia-Pacific region held the second-largest market share for cocoa butter substitutes, with a share of 28.82%. During the projection period, the regional market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 7.25 percent. Several emerging and developed nations, including Australia, India, Japan, China, and South Korea, are included in the APAC market. Sales of the regional market are anticipated to increase as a result of the expansion of various food, beverage, and personal product producers in the area. The three biggest national markets that affect the growth of the regional market are China, Japan, and India. These nations held a combined market share of 76.81% of the Asia-Pacific market for cocoa butter substitutes in 2020. The market for cocoa butter substitutes in Asia-Pacific is being boosted by rising cocoa butter prices. The regional market is expanding as a result of the lax regulatory framework regulating the use of cocoa butter substitutes in the application sectors.

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