Analysis of Soy Protein Hydrolysate market covering 30 + countries including analysis of US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Nordics, GCC countries, Japan, Korea and many more
The global soy protein hydrolysate market is projected to embark on a positive growth trajectory, clocking a CAGR worth 5% across the 2021-2031 forecast period. As of 2021, Fact.MR anticipates sales of soy protein hydrolysates to be valued at over US$ 1 Bn, expected to further reach US$ 1.64 Bn by the end of the aforementioned decade.
|Market Size (2021)||US$ 1.01 Bn|
|Projected Market Forecast Value by 2031||US$ 1.64 Bn|
|Value CAGR (2021-2031)||5%|
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As per Fact.MR – a market research and competitive intelligence provider, during the historic period of 2016 to 2020, the market expanded at a CAGR of 4%. Increasing consumption of functional food owing to growing awareness about their health benefits has reflected positive trends in the global soy protein hydrolysate production landscape.
During the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pandemic, consumption of soy protein infused products inclined sharply, attributed to the presence of key immunity boosting elements, including histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan and valine.
Moreover, consumers are increasingly inclining towards food items that offer nutrients, emulsifiers, fat & water absorption, and restaurants supplements. This, in turn, is driving demand for soy protein hydrolysate across the globe. Considering the aforementioned factors, the market for soy protein hydrolysate is projected to touch US$ 1.64 Bn by the end of the forecast period (2021-2031).
Regular intake of soy protein hydrolysate can help boost body immunity. A positive outlook towards its role in managing various chronic ailments is also expected to have a positive impact on the future prospects of the market. Soy protein hydrolysate is prepared from the protein obtained from soya beans and has low fat, lactose, and cholesterol content.
According to the U.S. Soybean Export Council, when one considers the importance of consuming a varied diet, Chinese and Japanese soy intake, and the amounts of soy associated with benefits in epidemiologic and clinical studies, a reasonable intake goal for adults is 15 g soy protein and about 50 mg total isoflavones per day.
Soy protein hydrolysate is recommended for those who are lactose allergic. In addition, the product is extremely popular amongst athletes due to its fast digestion properties – an important element of an athlete’s diet. Soy protein hydrolysate is used for preparing natural food items and protein shake & drinks. Soy protein hydrolysate is safe for consumption, however, may have health implications on people allergic to soya beans.
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There are various health benefits of consuming soy protein hydrolysate. The product can help in increasing immunity and is beneficial in controlling diseases such as diabetes and blood pressure. The popularity of soy protein hydrolysate is growing among athletes and sports personnel as it can be easily digested and provides instant energy.
At the same time, increasing use in preparing health drinks, protein shakes, and energy bars are likely to propel the growth of the global soy protein hydrolysate market over the next couple of years. The market is also anticipated to benefit from the fact that soy protein hydrolysate is being readily utilized in preparing bakery & confectionery items that are commercially sold.
Since soy protein hydrolysate is manufactured using soya bean protein, they contain partial or, in most cases, zero lactose, cholesterol, and fat content. Soy protein hydrolysate is becoming popular among people who are lactose intolerant.
Agriculturists around the world are increasingly encouraging usage of plant-derived organic fertilizers. This is largely in response to concerns over soil degradation while using single use synthetic fertilizers. Besides chances of contamination of surrounding underground water and increase in toxic salts, they eliminate useful microorganisms for plant nutrition.
While deploying organic fertilizers, soil microorganisms themselves degrade them until they become water soluble compounds that plants take advantage from. Another valuable feature is that they stimulate bacterial and fungal activity which benefits the soil in general. Moreover, organic fertilizers help proliferate growth of microorganisms.
Based on these properties, deployment of soybean protein hydrolysate fertilizers is augmenting on a large-scale. Several small-scale and medium-scale manufacturers are active in this domain. For instance, Qingdao Future Group manufactures the AmiStar® 800 soybean hydrolysate fertilizer, obtained from soybean cake and completely water soluble. Furthermore, it provides organic nitrogen in free amino acid form which can be directly used in the crop. It is highly adherent to leaves, attributed to its high viscocity.
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The U.S soy protein hydrolysate industry is gaining momentum and is predicted to remain the most lucrative across North America, attributed to a mushrooming vegetarian and vegan population in recent years. According to VeganNews, the number of Americans following plant-based diets is around 10 million, or nearly 3% of the population. This is almost a 300% increase over the last 15 years.
According to Fact.MR, the market for soy protein hydrolysate in the U.S is expected to capture 33% of global revenue. Furthermore, the most commonly used cooking oil in the U.S is soybean oil, which is typically labelled as vegetable oil. The Soy Nutrition Institute also says that about 7% of the calories consumed by Americans come from soybean oil. Soy protein is primarily utilized by the food industry for functional purposes, such as moisture retention, instead of nutritional reasons.
Taking into account the aforementioned trends, it is unsurprising to find prominent manufacturers vying for a significant presence. For instance, Archer Dainels Midland Company (ADM) offers the Pro-Fam® 974 Isolated Soy Protein, a soluble, dispersible product developed for use in food systems requiring highly functional proteins, and is used in processed meats, emulsified meats, and sausage-type meats. Likewise, CHS Inc. offers a broad range of soy protein isolates for ready-to-drink and dry blended beverages.
According to China Dialogue, over the last 25 years, soy imports have increased 25% annually on average, reaching almost 100 million tons in 2020. A key expansion driver for the East Asian giant is the flourishing livestock industry. Between 2008 and 2020, the amount of soybean meal used in China rose from 31.67 million to 76.83 million tons.
The Chinese government is also making efforts to balance out consumption of plant and animal proteins, which is also widening growth prospects for soy protein hydrolysates across the country. Soy protein contains eight out of nine essential amino acids required by the human body. Also, extensive reliance on soy protein as animal fodder has led to wastage of resources. For obtaining 1 kg of animal protein, 2-4 kg of soy protein is used.
Hence, using soy protein for human consumption could reduce this wastage by 2-4 tons. Also, efforts are also being made to curb food wastage from commercial sectors, mostly from restaurants. About 34-36 million tons of food is wasted annually by Chinese cities, as per a report published by the National People’s Congress Standing Committee. Hence, cutting this waste in half would enable saving of up to 60 million tons of food every year, while also free up land for soy cultivation. Based on aforementioned trends, the market for China is slated to account for 45% of global soy protein hydrolysate demand.
Dry soy protein hydrolysate will continue to outsell the liquid variant throughout the assessment period. As per Fact.MR, the segment currently commands 84% market share. By 2031, over US$ 1.5 Bn worth of dry soy protein hydrolysate is expected to be consumed worldwide.
This elevated share of dry soy protein hydrolysate stems from the fact that it is easily incorporated across a variety of food applications. Key manufacturers, such as DuPont Nutrition & Biosciences, are active in the dry soy protein domain. The company offers soy protein alternatives for meat applications (RESPONSE®), meat alternatives (SUPRO® and ALPHA®), nutrition bars, snacks & cereals and animal feed.
Consumption of soy protein hydrolysate through functional food is expected to remain significantly high in the forthcoming years. According to Fact.MR, the segment was valued at US$ 261.4 Mn as of 2020. Increasing demand for additional protein intake is spurring demand.
Soy flour, more specifically, highly purified soy proteins, contain various constituents that prove useful in combating numerous diseases. For instance, soy isoflavones may help prevent diseases associated with post-menopausal women, such as osteoporosis and coronary heart disease.
According to Fact.MR, the fulfillment of nutrients is the most prominent function of soy protein hydrolysates, and is likely to account for a CAGR of 5% across the 2021-2031 assessment period. Demand is especially high, as consumers increase their intake of plant-based protein hydrolysates.
Moreover, plant-derived hydrolysates act as effective plant bio-stimulants, attributed to their potential to enhance germination, productivity and quality of a wide range of horticultural and agronomic crops. Also, soy-based protein hydrolysates are said to possess anti-obesity, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anticancer effects.
Key manufacturers of soy protein hydrolysate emphasize on forging collaborative and acquisition agreements with existing small, medium and large scale market players so as to enhance their brand outreach. Moreover, several players are also reliant on introducing new product lines. Notable developments in the industry as follows:
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According to Fact.MR, soy protein hydrolysate industry value will likely top US$ 1 Bn by 2021-end
From 2016-2020, the market for soy protein hydrolysate expanded at around 4% CAGR
By 2031, soy protein hydrolysate demand will likely reach a value of US$ 1.64 Bn
From 2021-2031, soy protein hydrolysate sales are expected to grow at a CAGR of 5%
An increased tilt towards plant-based protein consumption, as well as presence of key immunity boosting elements will likely drive adoption of soy protein hydrolysates
Fact.MR expects sales of soy protein hydrolysates to account for 33% of the global market
China is likely to be one of the largest growth avenues for soy protein hydrolysates, capturing 45% of global revenue
Dry soy protein hydrolysates are likely to retain dominance, yielding 84% market revenue
Functional foods remain the dominant soy protein hydrolysates application area, yielding US$ 261.4 Mn in revenue in 2020
Soy protein hydrolysates will most likely serve primarily as nutrients, expanding at a CAGR of 5% through 2031
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