THE ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS IN PLANT PROTEIN ARE BOOSTING THE MARKET
Posted by Pranita on November 30th, 2020
Presently, there is an ongoing trend in people to follow a vegetarian or vegan diet minimizing the use of animal products. This shift away from animal products is attracting the manufactures for plant-based food products. The protein market has witnessed that plant protein has made up a higher proportion of the human diet. As per the study, soybeans have become a significant source of plant protein ingredients which accounts for nearly 68% of global plant protein consumption. The pulse, which includes peas, lentils, chickpeas, and beans is another new opportunity in the food market used in the plant-based protein products. Today, plant-based foods are drawing special attention by comparing it to dairy and salmon which is a key factor in the growth of the plant protein market.
Plant and animal-based proteins are made up of a chain of amino acids. Animal proteins contain all the nine essential amino acids that the body needs to support tissues. However, most of the plant-based proteins lack one or more of the essential amino acids. Thus, people prefer to use complementary proteins simultaneously. Nevertheless, the manufacturers are introducing new varieties of plant-based proteins like hemp and pea, to provide all the crucial amino-acids, resulting in a global demand 'in the plant protein market. Experts all over the world explain that to best nourish the body with a wide range of amino acids, as well as vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, consumers should mix their meals and snacks. These can ensure the rise in sales in the global plant protein market.
Looking for a complete analysis of competitive dynamics? Request a PDF sample here.
The report is a one-stop way to classify and compare the market segments and its attracting factors based on the CAGR and market share index across or beyond North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America. The report also provides detailed segmentation, categorized by the form, category, type, end-user, distribution channel, and region in the scope of the study. The same has been covered in the region-wise share analysis of the plant protein market. The report centers on several key trends impacting the growth of the plant protein market. Some of the trends include the focus on health, fitness, etc. Moreover, the study identifies the bargaining power of suppliers, bargaining power of buyers, the threat from new entrants, threat from substitutes, and the degree of competition in the global plant protein market has been included in the report.
The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to have a great impression on the global market. The rising knowledge regarding hygiene and fitness at homes will encourage opportunities for the market. The elevated demand for plant protein has led to the deficiency of such products. The mounting demand for manufacturers to raise their production capacities in this crisis will further benefit the market. The increasing assumptions and concerns about the spread of the virus will boost the demand for plant protein. Moreover, the long-term effect of the virus will simultaneously activate cautiousness among people, which, in turn, will anticipate well for the market.
Industry Probe is a global market intelligence and advisory firm with an unwavering purpose to help businesses achieve strategic objectives through a varied range of offerings. Based on a unique amalgamation of our big data technology and human intelligence, our services are dedicated to serve the businesses operating in the consumer goods and industrial machinery sectors. Our offerings comprises syndicated research, strategic consulting & advisory services, competitive intelligence, and full time engagement to bring true & actionable insights into our clients’ business environment. Combining research & technology adoption, playing the perfect mix of the best data, and centered on consumer goods & industrial machinery sectors, Industry Probe believes in targeting one industry at a time.
1441 Broadway, 6th Floor – # 6131
Like it? Share it!
About the AuthorPranita
Joined: March 30th, 2020
Articles Posted: 38
More by this author