Chickpeas Market - Direct Consumption of Chickpeas to Witness Steady Growth

Chickpeas belong to the legume family. Chickpeas is also known as garbanzo beans, ceci beans, Bengal gram, gram, etc. Chickpeas is generally pea-shaped and beige-colored. Chickpeas are mostly consumed in Middle-East, South-Asia, and Mediterranean. The two most important variety of chickpeas are the Kabuli type which is large and light-colored, and another is desi type which is dark-colored. Chickpeas are rich in protein, nutrition and are also high in fiber. Chickpeas are also available in a dried or canned form and do not lose its nutrients even in the canned form.

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Many restaurants and fast-food chains have also started using chickpeas as the main ingredient in their cooking. With the rise of health-consciousness among consumers, manufacturers have also started including chickpeas in various processed foods. Among various foods, hummus is one of the most popular dips or spread made of chickpeas. Hence, hummus is also being made using a variety of flavors with chickpeas as the main ingredient. Being the largest producer of chickpeas, many major market players are looking forward to expanding in India and other Asian countries to produce various food products with chickpeas as a major ingredient. Increasing number of people suffering from gluten sensitivity or celiac disease is also motivating restaurants to opt for gluten-free cooking with beans such as chickpeas.

Desi Chickpeas to Gain Maximum Revenue Share

Desi Chickpeas are projected to account for more than half of the share in terms of revenue by 2017 end. Desi chickpeas are also expected to create an incremental opportunity exceeding US$ 1,200 million between 2017 and 2022. Meanwhile, Kabuli chickpeas are also projected to witness steady growth throughout the forecast period.

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Dried Chickpeas to be the Most Preferred Form

Among various forms of chickpeas available in the market, dried chickpeas are likely to gain traction in the global market for chickpeas. Dried chickpeas are projected to surpass US$ 5,000 million towards 2022 end. On the other hand, fresh/green chickpeas are also likely to be the second most preferred chickpeas form.

Direct Consumption of Chickpeas to Witness Steady Growth

As compared to the various application of chickpeas in salads, snacks, hummus, and tahini, direct consumption is likely to experience steady growth. Towards the end of 2022, direct consumption of chickpeas is projected to exceed US$ 3,500 million value. Although the use of chickpeas in hummus and tahini is also likely to experience growth in the coming years.

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