Global yeast Autolysates Market Research Report from 2031 Includes Industry Trends, Market Size and Forecasts

Newly released data from yeast autolysates market analysis by Future Market Insights shows that global consumption of yeast autolysates enjoyed year-on-year (YoY) growth of 5.2% in 2021 to total sales of US$ 1556.3 Mn in the year.

The overall demand of yeast autolysates captivates 37% of global yeast market and is poised to witness a prominent growth at 5.7% CAGR to reach the value of US$ 2708.6 Mn in 2031.

The yeast autolysates market is emerging as a specialty yeast product as an inactive yeast rather than an active yeast product derived from natural yeast with yeast autolysis technology from both brewer’s yeast and baker’s yeast in yeast extract or yeast powder format and being used in feed yeast and yeast microbial nutrition contained with high yeast protein with other product categories, such as nutritional yeast, organic yeast, and dry yeast.

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Health is the main driving force for food and beverages consumption in today’s world, following price and taste, due to the rising occurrence of various disease outbreaks and health problems around the world. Consumers have become selective about the products are being consumed while taking all the preventive measures as a result of the current scenario of Covid-19 pandemic.

This rising non-GMO product demand is expected to intensify production of yeast autolysates, being rich in protein and nutritional contents with rapidly increasing research and development activities and using advanced technologies. Yeast autolysates comes with entire spectrum of nutrients and a lot of high functional proteins, including peptides, free amino acids, valuable minerals, as well as vitamins, and trace elements.

As a result, the product can be used to any range of applications in both food and feed industry from fermentative food production to different categories of animal feed products, such as poultry, aquaculture, and pet food. If the product is very pure in quality, being a clean label ingredient, it can easily be considered as a natural flavoring ingredient.

The unique features and being a natural ingredient, consumer preference for this healthy and nutritious food product is rising with each passing day. Further, the product can easily be GMO-free, Halal and Kosher certified, and does not contain any gluten. Even more, easy accessibility of resources, yeast being the most convenient fungi to produce in terms of price and affordability, the end product price comes under a reasonable range, which is boosting the market growth.

Who is winning?

Key players are focusing on having modern state-of-the-art centres to revamp the production of more quality based and flavourful yeast autolysates. As the consumption of the product is rising rapidly, manufacturers are more prone to focus on research and development to increase the product lines.

One of the leading players, Koninklijke DSM N.V., has taken a further step in the industry and set up a development site in Delft with a modern food and application centre. The company has invested together with other industry players as well in a biotech fermentation pilot plant, named as Rosalind Franklin Biotechnology Centre, on the site for industrial productions of Yeast autolysates flavor and antibiotic intermediates.

As more players are into innovation centres to ensure market position with R&D, a smooth and consistent supply of yeast autolysates is expected to maintain the production and consumption cycle of the product intact. Some of the leading companies offering yeast autolysates are Lallemand Inc., Koninklijke DSM N.V., Leiber GmBH, Kerry Group, KOHJIN Life Sciences Co., Ltd., Biospringer, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Angel Yeast Co., Ltd, Titan Biotech Ltd., Fuji Foods Corporation and others.

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Yeast Autolysates by Category

By protein concentration :

  • ≥ 50%
  • < 50%

By end use :

  • Feed Industry
  • Poultry
  • Pet Food
  • Ruminants
  • Aquaculture
  • Fermentation
  • Microbial Nutrients
  • Others

By region :

  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • MEA

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