Outlook on the $1.3Bn+ Starter Culture Market, 2019-2025 - Multi-Strain Mixed Compositions to Witness Robust Growth - ResearchAndMarkets.com
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The “Starter Culture Market by Microorganism (Bacteria, Yeasts, Molds), Application (Dairy & Dairy-based Products, Meat & Seafood), Composition (Multi-strain Mix, Single Strain, Multi-strain), Form, and Region - Global Forecast to 2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The global starter culture market is estimated at $964 million in 2019, and projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.3% to reach $1,314 million by 2025.
The market is dominated by various players, depending on their core competencies. The key market players are Chr. Hansen Holding A/S (Denmark), DSM (Netherlands), Biochem SRL (Italy), LB Bulgaricum (Bulgaria), Sacco SRL (Italy), and DuPont (US). These companies adopt strategies such as expansions & investments and agreements to strengthen their market positions.
The starter culture market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.3%
The key drivers include growth in the end-user industries such as dairy and dairy products, meat and sea food. Another key driver is the growing demand for dairy processing industries.
The growth of the starter culture market is driven by the rising demand for dairy and clean label products. The key driver for market growth is the increasing demand for natural preservative-free products and clean label products.
Microbial Food Cultures (MFC) are preparations or formulations consisting of concentrates of one or more microbial species and/or strains including unavoidable media components carried over from the fermentation and components, which are necessary for their survival, storage, standardization, and to facilitate their application in the food production process.
Dairy & dairy products segment led the market with the largest share in 2018
Based on the application, starter cultures are used predominantly in the dairy & dairy products segment. Companies have a significant presence in the dairy & dairy products segment with a wide array of protective cultures that cover all aspects of the dairy market.
The dairy & dairy products segment constitutes cheese, fermented milk products, butter, and spreads. The use of starter cultures in dairy primarily arises out of its compatibility with fermented products, in which it is commonly used. The first generation of protective cultures has had a profound impact on the dairy products industry by offering a multitude of solutions to different types of products used in the market.
Freeze-dried protective cultures accounted for a larger share in 2018
Based on the product form, the freeze-dried segment is estimated to account for a larger share of the starter culture market in 2018 as compared to others. Protective cultures are highly unstable during storage and need to be preserved well to extend their shelf-life. Freeze-dried cultures, also known as lyophilized cultures, are used to remove water for preserving perishable products. This involves freezing the culture first and then drying it (via sublimation) under vacuum at low temperatures.
Freeze-dried cultures remain increasingly preferred due to long-term storage and handling features. Freeze-drying conditions differ for different strains and species, and hence, the cultures will have to undergo multiple tests to determine their compatibility and target function before deployment.
Multi-strain mixed to be the fastest-growing refining method of starter cultures
Based on the composition, the multi-strain mixed segment is projected to be the fastest-growing during the forecast period in the global starter culture market. The multi-strain mixed protective culture consists of more than two microbial strains from different species. All the species used in multi-strain mixed cultures have different functions and may target different microorganisms. These cultures are the most commonly used ones because of the benefits they offer over single and multi-strain cultures. Every individual strain in these cultures offers different functions and inhibits the growth of either a particular microorganism or different microorganisms.
High growth is projected in the Asia-Pacific starter culture market
The Asia Pacific starter culture market is projected to be the fastest-growing for the period considered for this study due to the large dairy industry, along with the growing industrial base, leading to increased demand for protective cultures in the region. Also, the market is driven by the increasing demand for clean label products in developing countries such as India, China, and Japan.
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