Global Eubiotics Market Research Report Information by Type (Prebiotics, Probiotics), Form (Dry, Liquid), Function (Gut & Digestive Health, General Health & Wellness, Immunity), Livestock (Poultry, Swine, Ruminants and Aquatic) and Region - Forecast till 2023
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Due to the growing awareness for animal health, the market is growing at an incremental pace globally.
The eubiotics market is predicted to be driven by the escalating consciousness towards animal health. Likewise, the development in animal feed products along with the innovation in nutritional values is playing key role in the growth of the market. Furthermore, the market players are more focusing towards launch new products with help of strong R&D support and development. The involvement of animal welfare organizations will further drive the sales of probiotics and prebiotics across the globe.
Effectual digestion depends on keeping balanced microbial inhabitants in the gut. This is where eubiotics help. Some eubiotics contains live Enterococcus faecium, which is used as probiotic feed additive. It stabilizes gut microflora and builds a better colonic health by preventing the growth of harmful bacteria including E.coli, Salmonella and Clostridia in the animal. It also increase numbers of lactic-acid producing bacteria which reduce toxins inside the intestine.
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Feb 2018 Acccording to survey conducted by Cargill, consumers prefers production species raised using the same types of natural health supplements they would use.
Feb 2018 ProBiora Health, manufacturer of oral health launched the product named EvoraPet which is natural probiotic formulated to support fresh breath, white teeth and healthy gums in in pets such as dogs and cats.
Jan 2018 Yakult Honsha, a Tokyo-based company that manufactures took decision to end all of its own animal testing related practices. This move is influenced by animal rights organization PETA.
July 2017 Food ingredients maker Chr. Hansen is observing huge demand for probiotics for animals, mainly due to declining use of antibiotics in food chains.
Key players are found to have a high attention on various acquisitions and business expansion. Acquisitions are additionally done to build the organization's presence and grow their business line. In addition, the organizations are centering to focus new product launch and their product advancements to strengthen their consumer base.
The key players profiled in eubiotics market report are E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (U.S.), Koninklijke DSM N.V. (the Netherlands), Cargill Inc. (U.S.), BASF SE (Germany), Novozymes A/S (Denmark), Chr Hansen Holding A/S (Denmark), Calpis Co., Ltd. (Japan), Kemin Industries, Inc. (U.S.), Lallemand Inc. (Canada), and Behn Meyer Holding AG (Germany) among many others.
The global eubiotics market has been divided into type, form, function, livestock, and region.
On The Basis Of Type: Prebiotics, and Probiotics
On The Basis Of Form: Dry, and Liquid
On The Basis Of Function: Gut & Digestive Health, General Health & Wellness, Immunity, and Others
On The Basis Of Livestock: Poultry, Swine, Ruminants, Aquatic, and Others
On The Basis Of Region: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and ROW.
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Europe holds the major market share in global eubiotics market. The growing demand for eubiotics is driving the expansion of the market in developing economies of the world. In Europe, Germany and France have the major consumption of eubiotic feed that is probably going to support the market growth of eubiotics during the forecast period. Due to, growing awareness towards animal health can support the sale of eubiotics in numerous regions over the forecast period. Moreover, change in rules and regulations for the utilization of antibiotics in animals as a growth promoter in Europe and North America have boosted the demand for eubiotics among these region.