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Feed Enzymes Market Outlook and Global Foresight to 2023

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Enzymes

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Key

Market Players,

Growth, Analysis, to 2023

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Feed Enzymes Market Outlook and Global Foresight to 2023

1 Summary Feed enzymes are either plant-derived or chemical ingredients used to boost the quality of the animal nutrition as well as nutritional properties of the animal fodder. The feed enzyme helps to stimulate and secrete digestive enzymes, which, in turn, boost an immune response. Additionally, feed enzymes market is observing an exponential growth based on its high usage in the feed industry. Rising health concerns is one of the major factors contributing to the growth of the global feed enzymes market. Key Players: Some of the key players profiled in the feed enzymes market: BASF SE (Germany), E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (U.S.), Associated British Foods plc (U.K), Koninklijke DSM N.V. (the Netherlands), Behn Meyer Holding AG (Germany), Adisseo France SAS (France), Azelis Holding S.A. (Belgium), Novus International, Inc. (U.S.), Rossari Biotech Ltd. (India), and Alltech, Inc. (U.S.)

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Feed Enzymes Market Outlook and Global Foresight to 2023

2 Market Overview With the growing consumer awareness and their increasing interest in healthy lifestyle, the demand for feed enzymes has increased to great extent. In addition to the changing lifestyle, the growing demand for feed enzymes, rising meat consumption, quality feed, industrialization of livestock, and the prevention of diseases in livestock are expected to drive the global feed enzymes market. Increasing demand for animal feed products with high protein content is driving the growth of the feed enzymes market. Furthermore, advance processing methods & technologies, and high opportunities in developing countries are positively supporting the growth of the market. The market players are responding to these new opportunities by expanding their service offerings/product lines, which has boosted the share of feed enzymes in the global market.

Intended Audience: Feed enzyme manufacturers Feed industry Raw material suppliers Investment bankers Traders, importers, and exporters

3 Segments On the basis of the type, it is segmented into protease, phytase, and others. Among all, the phytase enzyme segment is dominating the market followed by whey protease enzyme owing to the presence of phosphorus content that is helpful in improving animal metabolism as well as reproduction.

On the basis of the livestock, it is segmented into swine, poultry, ruminants, aquatic animals, and others. Among all, the poultry segment is dominating the market. These additives are used for the processing of ruminant feed plays an important role in terms of improving animal health, digestibility, maximum utilization of nutrients, and minimizing the environmental impact.

On the basis of the form, it is segmented into dry, liquid, and others. The dry form segment is dominating the market due to its ease of handling and good thermal stability.

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Feed Enzymes Market Outlook and Global Foresight to 2023

Regional Analysis: The feed enzymes market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and rest of the world (RoW). The North American region is dominating the market followed by the Asia Pacific owing to the increasing demand for nutritive protein-based feed products among the developed countries of these regions. Canada, Germany, the U.K, the U.S., and China are the major importers of feed enzymes.

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Feed enzymes market  

Feed enzymes are either plant-derived or chemical ingredients used to boost the quality of the animal nutrition as well as nutritional prope...

Feed enzymes market  

Feed enzymes are either plant-derived or chemical ingredients used to boost the quality of the animal nutrition as well as nutritional prope...

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