• Global Plant-based Protein Market to 2030 – Featuring Cargill, Glanbia and Ingredion Among Others – ResearchAndMarkets.com

    DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Plant-based Protein Market Research Report – Global Industry Analysis and Growth Forecast to 2030” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

    The global plant-based protein market value is predicted to rise to $26,721.3 million by 2030, at a 9.2% CAGR between 2020 and 2030.

    Companies Mentioned

    • Archer Daniels Midland Company
    • Cargill Incorporated
    • Wilmar International Ltd.
    • Roquette Freres
    • Glanbia PLC
    • Kerry Group plc
    • Koninklijke DSM N.V.
    • BENEO GmbH
    • Emsland Group
    • Ingredion Inc.
    • AGT Food and Ingredients

    The key factor behind the rising demand for such products is the increasing shift away from animal proteins, both on ethical and biological grounds. For instance, lactose intolerance is a common health issue affecting millions of people around the world, which is why they do not consume milk or anything made from it. Then, there is the question of ‘animal rights’, which has made many people shun meat and go for plant-based alternatives.

    Moreover, the COVID-19 pandemic has only accelerated this shift, as people are now more concerned for their health. For instance, the Plant-Based Foods Association (PBFA) and the Good Food Institute (GFI) recorded a 27% increase in the retail sales of plant-based food products in the U.S. in 2020. This has been aided by the increasing production of such goods by established food and beverage companies, as well as startups, backed by significant investments.

    Most plant-based protein products are made from soybean due to its excellent percentage of proteins, fats, and fiber.

    Food will continue being the larger application area in the plant-based protein market in the coming years because of the rising demand for vegan food and changing lifestyles.

    Due to the surging awareness on the fewer health risks to vegetarians, healthier food products, including those made from plants, are trending around the world.

    The increase in people’s spending power is also fueling the sale of plant-based protein products, as being ultra-processed, they are generally expensive.

    North America has been the largest plant-based protein market in the past. The market has a fragmented nature, which is why it is witnessing a large number of strategic activities.

    The consumption of such products is expected to increase the fastest in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region in the coming years. Such eatables now carry the texture and taste of products made from animal sources, which is why even the vegetarians and vegans in the region are trying them out. Apart from soy, protein products made from peas, as well as ‘lab-grown’ meats, are gaining popularity among the huge consumer base here.

    Major players in the plant-based protein market are Archer Daniels Midland Company, Wilmar International Ltd., Cargill Incorporated, Roquette Freres, Kerry Group PLC, Glanbia PLC, Koninklijke DSM N.V., Emsland Group, BENEO GmbH, Ingredion Inc., and AGT Food and Ingredients. They are regularly engaging in mergers, acquisitions, partnerships, collaborations, product launches, and facility expansions to consolidate their position.

    Key Topics Covered:

    Chapter 1. Research Background

    Chapter 2. Research Methodology

    Chapter 3. Executive Summary

    Chapter 4. Voice of Industry Experts/Kols

    Chapter 5. Market Indicators

    5.1 Increasing Urbanization Rate

    Chapter 6. Definition of Market Segments

    6.1 By Source

    6.2 By Application

    6.3 By Form

    6.4 By Type

    Chapter 7. Industry Outlook

    7.1 Market Dynamics

    7.1.1 Trends Consumers’ Shift Toward Healthier Food Products Launch of New Plant-Based Protein Products

    7.1.2 Drivers Increase In Customer Expenditure Intolerance To Animal Protein

    7.1.3 Impact Analysis of Drivers On Market Forecast

    7.1.4 Restraints Plant Protein Allergy

    7.1.5 Impact Analysis of Restraints On Market Forecast

    7.2 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

    7.3 Impact of COVID-19

    7.4 Value Chain Analysis

    7.4.1 Raw Materials

    7.4.2 Manufacturers

    7.4.3 Distribution Channels

    7.4.4 End Users

    Chapter 8. Global Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 9. North America Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 10. Europe Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 11. Apac Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 12. Latam Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 13. Mea Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 14. U.S. Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 15. Canada Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 16. U.K Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 17. Germany Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 18. France Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 19. Italy Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 20. Spain Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 21. China Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 22. Japan Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 23. India Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 24. South Korea Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 25. Australia Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 26. Brazil Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 27. Mexico Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 28. Saudi Arabia Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 29. South Africa Market Size and Forecast

    Chapter 30. Competitive Landscape

    Chapter 31. Company Profiles

    For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/4zz716



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