The Protein Hydrolysate market is projected to grow at a CAGR of XX.XX% to reach US$XX.XX billion in 2024 from USXX.XX billion in 2018. Protein hydrolysates are defined as a complex mixture of oligopeptides, peptides, and free amino acids that are produced by partial or extensive hydrolysis. Due to the high presence of purified form of protein, protein hydrolysates enable rapid absorption of amino acids by the muscle cells, thus maximizing the nutrient delivery to the body. Regular consumption of proteins is considered vital for growth and development of muscle cells, as protein helps in building up the new cells and fixing damaged tissues in the body. Owing to this reason, health-conscious consumers are showing increasing interests towards protein ingredients over the years. The demand for protein hydrolysate is expected to increase due to the rising demand for nutrition based products which include infant formulas, clinical nutrition and weight management products. Increasing health awareness is leading to consumption of nutritional products which further leads to growth of protein hydrolysate market.
Increasing demand for protein hydrolysate in infant nutrition products.
High Usage of Protein Supplements in Sports and Bodybuilding products.
Increasing awareness about benefits of healthy diet.
Strict government regulations regarding safety standards.
High R&D cost.
In March 2019, FUJIFIM Irvine Scientific introduced low hydrolysate medium for insect cell expression systems.
Major industry players profiled as part of the report are Abbott Laboratories, Arla foods, Danone Nutricia, Amco Protein, Archer Daniel Midland, Glanbia PLC, Kerry Group PLC, Hilmar Ingredients, Roquette
The Protein Hydrolysate market has been analyzed through the following segments:
Milk Protein Hydrolysate
Marine Protein Hydrolysate
Egg Protein Hydrolysate
Plant Protein Hydrolysate
Animal Protein Hydrolysate
Sports nutrition and dietary supplement
Animal Feed & Nutrition
Middle East and Africa