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Plant Protein Market Size To Increase 70% 2020-2028 to $17.5B, With Soy Still Leading Among Source Segments
Reports and Data has published a latest report for the agriculture market titled " Plant Protein Market: Analysis,…
NEW YORK, Aug. 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Reports and Data has published a latest report for the agriculture market titled " Plant Protein Market: Analysis, By Type, By Source (Wheat, Soy, Pea, Others), By Form (Isolates, Concentrates, Textured, Others), By Distribution Channel, By Application (Food and Beverages, Animal Feed, Nutrition, Pharmaceuticals, Others), Forecast to 2028. According to most recent analysis by Reports and Data, the global Plant protein market size was USD 10.28 Billion in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 17.52 Billion in 2028, and register a revenue CAGR of 6.80% over the forecast period 2021-2028. Download Report Sample PDF - https://www.reportsanddata.com/sample-enquiry-form/2368 Drivers, Restraints, and Opportunities Increasing consumer focus on source or origin of food and ingredients consumed and tendency to avoid food products believed to be unnaturally grown or those containing ingredients that are unnatural or unhealthy is a key factor driving market revenue growth. Although meat has always been an ideal source of protein and fiber, a major shift towards more vegan-based diets and changing food preferences and reducing inclination toward meat and meat-based products and protein and ingredients has been more prominent among consumers in countries in Europe and North America. Demand for traditional plant protein has risen majorly once again in markets in both, developed and developing countries, after some period of time being dependent on protein from animal and other sources as a food ingredient. Changing consumer behavior, consumption patterns, and preferences, as well as interest in alternative-protein sources, has been changing partially due to personal health and environmental concerns and animal welfare and related concerns. Cleaner-greener eating trends, driven primarily by millennials, are resulting in higher preference for foods that are organic and healthy, ethically and naturally sourced, and involve less processing between source and table. Demand for plant-based protein has been high and continues to increase, driven by the above mentioned trends. Buy Now Premium Research Report - https://www.reportsanddata.com/checkout-form/2368 Incline in sales has also resulted in major investment into the plant-based food business in the past few years. Major Investors include sustainable agriculture visionaries, VCs, accelerators, and global food conglomerates and companies such as Nestle, General Mills, and Danone to name a few. Some major players in the conventional meat protein industry have also been investing in, acquiring, and building new plant-based meat products in-house, as well as rebranding themselves as plant-based protein provider companies. Some major factors negatively impacting market growth include availability of non-plant protein sources, global climate change, unpredictable weather conditions, reducing arable land to cultivate crops, and rapidly increasing water scarcity. Whey protein is a very widely available and preferred protein type globally, and accounts for majority revenue share among the protein sources for the dietary supplements industry. Many protein producing companies are also exploring with consumer willingness to explore or experiment with newer food options and ingredients. Food companies are also leveraging opportunities and offering a variety of products and ingredients using different plant-based proteins (soy, pea), new animal sources (insects), and biotechnological innovations (cultured meat or fungal protein). An increasing number of consumers globally have been opting to be flexitarians or vegan. This is a factor opening up lucrative opportunities for manufacturers to explore, innovate, and offer wider options in the plant protein segment. Increasing traction of new and more advanced agriculture techniques and methods such as hydroponics and vertical farming can aid in addressing issues related to judicial use of water and soil, and reduce "food miles" associated with distribution, thereby reducing carbon footprint as well. To identify the key trends in the industry, research study at https://www.reportsanddata.com/report-detail/plant-protein-market COVID-19 Impact Analysis
- The virus outbreak and social distancing norms and restrictions severely disrupted the overall business landscape and operations worldwide.
- COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns have resulted in several countries shutting down airports, ports, and commercial and domestic transportation. This had impacted manufacturing activities and operations globally and took a toll on the economy of various countries.
- Sudden and drastic downturn in economic activity caused a slowdown in manufacturing, production, agriculture, fisheries, dairy, and other sectors and also resulted in employment loss to a major extent.
- Supply impacts were further compounded due to challenges on the demand-side owing to reduced disposable income, depleting savings, and increased concerns and uncertainties.
- Emergence of variants of the virus and rise in infection rates during the initial waves and subsequent lockdowns has severely impacted operations and disrupted supply chains.
- Glanbia Plc
- Cargill Inc.
- Archer Daniels Midland Company
- Kerry Group
- Ingredion Incorporated
- Tate & Lyle
- Royal DSM
- Roquette Freres
- Axiom Foods
- Protein Isolates
- Wheat Protein Isolates
- Soy Protein Isolates
- Pea Protein Isolates
- Protein Concentrates
- Wheat Protein Concentrates
- Soy Protein Concentrates
- Pea Protein Concentrates
- Textured Proteins
- Textured Wheat Protein
- Textured Soy Protein
- Wheat Protein
- Soy Protein
- Pea Protein
- Others (Canola Protein, Potato Protein, Rice Protein, Corn Protein, among others)
- Specialty Stores
- Supermarkets & Hypermarkets
- Departmental Stores
- Food and Beverages
- Meat, Poultry, and Seafood
- Meat Analogue
- Dairy and Dairy Alternatives
- Cereals & Snacks
- Animal Feed
- Nutrition & Health Supplements
- North America
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Latin America
- Rest of Latin America
- Middle East and Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Rest of Middle East & Africa
- Some points on how the report benefits stakeholders:
- The reports include historical (2018-2020) and forecast (2021-2028) data points, revenues, and CAGR in table, figure, and chart formats, with detailed and qualitative, supporting written information for each.
- Revenue break-up is provided for each segment in these formats for global, regional, and for each country in the respective region for each year between 2018 and 2028.
- The report contains insights regarding growth drivers, restraints, opportunities, trends, company profiles, strategic developments, expansion details, product launches, and various other aspects related to the market.
- The report contains data and information on customers, competitors, vendors/distributors, and other players and in the global marketplace.
- Market research analysis is vital for all crucial business strategies and can aid in numerous ways and to provide a clearer understanding about strategies being deployed by competitors, product launches, competitive analysis, technological advancements and various other factors that enhance sales of a firm or perhaps provide insights to focus on merger and acquisition as a strategy or enter into strategic agreements or joint ventures etc.
- The report contains company profiles of the top companies operating in the market along with their respective revenue and operating segments, geographical reach, market footprint, headquarters, growth rates, recent developments, product /services, expansion strategies, investments in expansion, and more.
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