Fruit Pulp is processed fruit products which are useful in the preparation of various food, beverages, cosmetics and other products. The production of Fruit Pulp requires extraction of juice with the crushing of membranes of the fruit which contains juice and then processing it to make it a thick paste. Fruit Pulps helps in maintaining the underlying basis for organic agriculture and interaction of the ecological effects of the inputs into our food supply. Fruit Pulps retains most of the nutrients of fruit and thus preferred in various food and beverage products. Fruit pulp consists of more fiber due to the presence of crushed membrane of the fruit and hence is more beneficial as compared to juice concentrate. However, fruit pulp carries an intense flavor of the fruit which limits its use in the beverage industry. Consumers prefer a smooth texture globally, and hence the application of fruit pulp is confined to developing countries. A wide range of fruit juice made from fruit pulp is present in emerging markets such as China, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, etc. Also, a significant range is available in Developed regions which are not widely accepted in developed countries due to strong taste and thick texture of fruit pulp. The fruit pulp is widely used in North America and Western Europe in bakery industry due to its features. In other regions, Fruit Pulp consumption is limited. Recent innovations and launch of GMO fruit in the market is increasing the production of fruit due to high yield and thus bringing the demand-supply gap. Despite all the positive and negative things, Fruit Pulp market has witnessed an exponential growth in the global market which is expected to continue because of high demand among the consumers.