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Dairy Enzymes Market Driven by Urbanization & the Resultant Lifestyles

Dairy Enzymes Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2013 - 2019


Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/13/2017 -- The report on the dairy enzymes market is comprised of focused analyses, carried out through both qualitative and quantitative formats. The dairy enzymes market research report features a comprehensive executive summary complete with numerous tables and graphs. The report also contains an analysis of the value chain of the dairy enzymes market, besides other insightful components such as market opportunities and constraints, consumer trends, new chemical formulations and innovative products.

Besides providing historical data of the dairy enzymes market, the report provides revenue forecasts, information of innovative technologies on the horizon, product trends, supply chain dynamics, and the regulatory ecosystem that currently prevails.

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The report on the dairy enzymes market also acts as a complete resource that enables players to map the competitive landscape. It includes details such as market share of leading players, pipeline products, growth strategies, company profiles, as well as M&As and investments by leading producers of dairy enzymes.

Through this report, we dissect the market on the basis of product type, applications, and geography.

Overview of the dairy enzymes market

Enzymes are a class of proteins that feature highly selective. These substances aid the digestion process among living beings, and also play a part in improving food quality. This property of enzymes has made them suited for use in a number of applications including: food and beverage, industrial, and chemical.

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In the food and beverage industry, enzymes play an indispensible role in the production, processing, and preservation of dairy- and egg-based products, chocolates, syrups, infant formula and baby food, sweeteners, food colors and flavors, cheese, milk, and others.

The dairy enzymes market forms a part of the food and beverage industry. The dairy enzymes market consists of products that are used for processing/producing dairy products such as cheese, yogurt, or milk. Within the overall dairy industry, the use of enzymes extends across applications such as production of milk, cheese, yogurt, and other dairy products. Diary enzymes are also used for refining the texture and quality of products. Moreover, these enzymes are often used as flavor enhancers. The dairy enzymes market comprises applications dependent on both non-microbial and microbial enzymes.

Processed dairy foods are witnessing an escalating demand as consumers become aware of the adverse health effects of nutritional imbalance and fat ingestion. Urbanization and the resultant lifestyles are perceived to have spurred these bad eating habits, and thus, it is in the urban areas that consumers are increasingly turning toward healthy dairy foods. Some of the key products that the dairy enzymes market caters to are low-lactose milk, cheeses, yogurts, and other derivatives of dairy products.

However, the dairy enzymes market calls for a high initial investment in skilled professionals, laboratory equipment, research facilities, and so on. This high initial investment in the dairy enzymes market proves to be a deterrent for many small manufacturers. This is currently the greatest restraint faced by the global dairy enzymes market.

By type, the dairy enzymes market is segmented as: rennet, lipases, catalases, lactases, proteinases, peptidases, and other proteases.

The dairy enzymes market is studied in detail for the following applications: milk, yogurt, and cheese.

Companies mentioned in the dairy enzymes market research report

Leading market players that feature in the dairy enzymes market report include: DSM Food Specialties, Novozyme, Biocon, Danisco, Genencor International Inc., Fonterra Co-op Group Ltd., Amano Enzyme, Anchor, Chr. Hansen., Dumoco and Campina.