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Why is Demand for Protein Extracts from Single Cell Protein Sources Booming?
Owing to the aforementioned factors, the revenue of the protein extracts from single cell protein sources market is predicted to surge from $5.3 billion in 2017 to $8.7 billion by 2023.
By: P&S Intelligence
Moreover, the use of several alternative protein sources, such as chlorella and spirulina, is also rising explosively and the players operating in the protein extracts from single cell protein sources market are developing alternative proteins for replacing animal- and plant-based proteins, because of quality and safety concerns. Besides, the launch of several initiatives by various organizations for raising the awareness of consumers about the benefits of proteins, such as chlorella and spirulina is also driving the demand for protein extracts from single cell protein sources.
For example, Valensa International, which is a producer of microalgae-based nutraceuticals, entered into a partnership with Algae Biomass Organization (ABO), which is a trade association based in the U.S. for the algae industry, in 2017. This partnership intends to create public awareness about the ability of microalgae to serve as a sustainable source for animal feed, human nutrition, fuel, chemical, water treatment service, and various other products. Moreover, microalgae have also been found to be highly effective in controlling air pollution.
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Thus, the demand for protein extracts from single cell protein sources will shoot up in the upcoming years, mainly because of the increasing animal feed production, mushrooming population of livestock and cattle, and soaring requirement for alternative protein sources.