Baby Finger Food Market Forecast to 2027

The global baby finger food market was valued at US$ 18,589. 43 million in 2019 and is projected to reach US$ 32,825. 92 million by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7. 4% from 2020 to 2027.

New York, Oct. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — announces the release of the report “Baby Finger Food Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Product Type and Distribution Channel, and Geography” –

Finger foods are small pieces of food that infants and babies can hold and eat easily.These food products are known for their nutritional value and convenience in consumption.

These include fruit flavored sweet finger food along with the savory forms such as puffs, breadsticks, biscuits, and wafers as well as fruit and vegetable-based finger foods.Latest technological innovations have allowed manufacturers to push the limits of baby food, into finger foods.

Change in working demographics and adoption of modern lifestyles along with rise in disposable income have resulted in an increase in demand for baby finger food.

Based on product type, the baby finger food market is segmented into prepared, dried, and others. The prepared segment led the baby finger food market with the highest market share in 2019.Prepared form of baby finger food are food products which are ready to serve and convenient food options. Such type of products requires no further cooking and can be directly be consumed by the babies is a fresh food. Rapid urbanization along with change in working demographics have encouraged the adoption of convenience-oriented lifestyles, leading to surging demand for prepared baby finger foods products. The ease and convenience provided by these baby products offer parents lesser time in manual preparation of baby foods and simultaneously take care of the babies, which are anticipated to drive the market in the forecast period.

Geographically, the baby finger food market is segmented into North America, Europe, AsiaPacific (APAC), South America, and Middle East & Africa (MEA).In 2019, North America held the largest share of the global baby finger food market, followed by Europe and Asia Pacific.

The largest market share of the region is primarily attributed to rise in production and consumption of baby finger food in developed and developing economies of North America.The region is witnessing increased demand from the US due to rising health consciousness, growing focus toward child nutrition, and strengthening brand marketing as well as increasing number of working women.

Increasing urbanization and changing lifestyles are propelling the demand for packaged baby foods in North America.Rise in modernization, coupled with increase in Internet users, is further driving the growth of online channels selling baby finger food.

Moreover, the trend of online shopping is on the rise owing to ease of accessibility. This trend is anticipated to positively impact the expansion of the baby finger food market in North America.

The COVID-19 pandemic first began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, and since then, it has spread at a fast pace worldwide.As of September2020,

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Newborn Baby Wrongly Declared Dead Found Alive Before Burial, In Critical State


  • The baby was reportedly born after six and a half months of pregnancy
  • The newborn baby was declared dead and was taken for burial
  • Hospital has launched an investigation into the incident

A newborn baby girl, who was declared dead by a hospital, was found alive before her burial. The incident took place Friday in Bangladesh.

According to a local media report, the baby was pronounced dead at Dhaka Medical College Hospital after she was born prematurely. However, before her burial, the child came back to life and was rushed for treatment at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at the hospital. The child currently remains in critical condition, The Daily Star reported.

“Her condition is very critical . . . We are trying our level best,” Brig Gen AKM Nasir Uddin, director of the hospital told local media, adding that a four-member team will be conducting an investigation into the incident. The probe will reportedly be led by Dr. Manisha Banerjee, head of the neonatology department.

“We will take action upon receiving the findings,” the director said.

Shahinur Akter gave birth to the child after six and a half months of pregnancy. A doctor declared the child dead and hospital staffers put the baby in an abandoned box of gloves. The staff later asked the family to take the child for burial, a source told local media.

The child had to be moved from one graveyard to another due to the high burial cost which the family could not afford. However, in the second burial ground, as the grave was being dug, the newborn started moving her limbs and showed signs of being alive, the baby’s father, Yeasin Mollah, claimed. The child was then taken back to the hospital.

The DMCH director told local media that the child was put under observation for a couple of hours after being born but was declared dead as there was no pulse.

Newborn In this photo, a premature newborn lies on a cot in the neo-natal ward of the Delafontaine hospital in Saint Denis near Paris, March 19, 2013. Photo: Joel Saget/AFP/Getty Images

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