Food Enzymes Market - Growth, Trends and Forecasts (2020 - 2025)
発行: Mordor Intelligence LLP
Global food enzymes market is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 8% during the forecast period (2019-2024).
Global food enzymes market offers a range of enzymes applicable to the bakery, confectionery, dairy and frozen desserts, meat poultry and sea food products, beverages, and other industries. The study also covers the global level analysis of the major regions North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, and the Middle East & Africa.
Increase of Food Enzyme usage in Bakery Applications
Bakery products consist of several products like bread, pastries, doughnuts and rolls. Food enzymes act as a catalyst for biochemical reactions which offer quality improvements in bakery products. The bakery is the largest application market for food enzymes. Bakery products are prominent in North America and Western Europe. Asia-Pacific is the fastest growing region for bakery foods, with Australia, India and China being the main drivers. In Australia, there is an increase in demand for Food enzymes in bakery applications due to restrictions in the use of chemical additives, especially in the manufacture of bread and other fermented products.
North America Emerges as the Market Leader
North America is the largest market for enzyme applications in food industries. High consumption of meat and meat products in the region is one of the key factors augmenting the food enzymes market. The United States is the market leader of enzyme production and consumption at the regional and global level attributed to increased expenditure in premium quality products and consumer preference for processed foods incorporated with naturally sourced ingredients.
Global food enzymes market is fragmented attributed to a large number of players involved in the market. Active companies involve in new product development, expansion and acquisition, to sustain with the market competition. Some of the major players are expanding their global presence by acquiring manufacturers in foreign countries. While companies such as DuPont, are investing in marketing and branding to increase their product promotion and achieve a strong sale.