An Incisive, In-depth Analysis on the Insect Protein Market
This study offers a comprehensive, 360 degree analysis on the Insect Protein market, bringing to fore insights that can help stakeholders identify the opportunities as well as challenges. It tracks the global Insect Protein market across key regions, and offers in-depth commentary and accurate quantitative insights. The study also includes incisive competitive landscape analysis, and provides key recommendations to market players on winning imperatives and successful strategies.
Insect Protein Market’s Astounding Growth at 28%
High bioavailability of minerals and protein in insects such as caterpillars, beetles is giving birth to a US$ 322 million industry in the form Insect Proteins Market. Rising environmental and health concerns over the consumption of traditional animal protein sources contribute to driving growth for insect protein manufacturers. The global insect protein market is expected to grow at an astounding CAGR of 28% from 2019 to 2029. This growth can be attributed to rapid adoption from manufacturers and consumers alike. Cost benefits, production efficiency, and nutritional value offered by insects are main drivers of growth in insect protein market.
Beetles - Preferred Insect Protein Source
Beetles hold more than 1/4th market share followed by Caterpillars that register a staggering double digit growth rate of more than 33%. Growth in these segments is due to the nutritional value and high-availability of these insects. Grasshopper, Cricket, & Locust offer lucrative growth opportunities with the highest double digit CAGR among all insect types. Researchers are developing baby food and animal feed for fish & chicken from locusts and grasshoppers. This segment will help manufacturers enhance their product portfolio and gain early-adopter’s advantage.
Europe & North America Pave the Way for Mass-adoption
Europe and North America collectively account for more than 3/5th of market share. Budding start-ups such as Eat Grub (UK) and Aspire Food Group (US) are developing insect protein products that are gaining consumer traction. This traction can be attributed to rising consumer awareness about adverse effects of animal farming on the environment. Insect protein presents a viable alternative to the information savvy consumer segment in these developed regions. Although minor market-share holders, Latin America and Middle East & Africa (MEA) are expected to register double digit growth rate through the forecast period. Manufacturers are innovating increasing application of insect protein in aiding nutrition-deficit demographic. In MEA countries such as Kenya, researchers are developing food products from insect protein to accommodate for the lack of nutritional resources.
Medical Benefits Aid Growth Opportunities
Crickets contain 69% protein, whereas beef contains only 29%. The difference in nutritional value between insect protein and traditional sources of protein is a major trend driving this market. In terms of manufacturing, insect farming for protein extraction requires 8 to 10 times less land, up to 5 times less water, and emits 6 to 12 times less greenhouse gases. Further, global attention to animal farming and its side-effects are forcing manufacturers to look for alternatives. Insects are a source of many essential amino acids, fatty acids, minerals, and vitamins. Popularity of these medical and manufacturing benefits is driving rapid adoption of insect protein among both, manufacturers and consumers.
Animal Nutrition to Continue High Demand
Animal nutrition garners increasing demand amidst versatility of use-cases for insect protein. It is used as feed for aquatic animals, pets, and poultry animals. The worldwide acceptance of insect protein for animal nutrition is fueling rapid adoption in other industries such as Food & Beverages. F&B manufacturers are looking for alternatives to eco-friendly sources of proteins amidst rising global concerns over environmental effect of traditional animal farming. Manufacturers must move aggressively and develop comprehensive strategies to capitalize on this opportunity.
Major players in the market include EntomoFarms, Aspire Food Group, Chapul Cricket Protein, Swarm Nutrition, GmbH, AgriProtien Holdings Ltd., InnovaFeed SAS, Protix, SAS Ynsect, EnviroFlight LLC, and Hexafly.
Insect Protein Market: Global Industry Analysis 2014-2018 & Opportunity Assessment 2019-2029
A recent market study published by Future Market Insights on the Insect Protein Market offers global industry analysis for 2014-2018 & opportunity assessment for 2019-2029. The study offers a comprehensive assessment of the most important market dynamics. After conducting a thorough research on the historical, as well as current growth parameters, the growth prospects of the market are obtained with maximum precision.
The global insect protein market is segmented in detail to cover every aspect of the market and present complete market intelligence to readers.
Chapter 01 - Executive Summary
The executive summary of the insect protein market includes the market country analysis, proprietary wheel of fortune, demand-side and supply-side trends, opportunity assessment, and recommendations on the global insect protein market.
Chapter 02 – Market Introduction
Readers can find the detailed segmentation and definition of the insect protein market in this chapter, which will help them understand basic information about the insect protein market. This section also highlights the inclusions and exclusions, which help the reader understand the scope of the insect protein market report.
Chapter 03 – Market Background
The associated industry assessment of the insect protein market is carried out in this section. The macroeconomic factors affecting growth of the insect protein market are provided in this section and the impact of these macroeconomic indicators on the insect protein market is analyzed. The processing overview and technological advancements in the insect protein market is also provided.
Chapter 04 - Global Insect protein Market Value Chain
Profit margins at each level of the insect protein market are analyzed and readers can find detailed information on top importers and exporters as well as the value chain of the market.
Chapter 05 – Market Dynamics
The drivers and restraints impacting the growth of the insect protein market are explained in this chapter. Opportunities and ongoing trends in the insect protein market are also comprehensively discussed.
Chapter 06 – Global Insect protein Market Analysis and Forecast 2014-2029
This chapter includes detailed analysis of the historical Insect protein market (2014-2018), along with an opportunity analysis for the forecast period (2019-2029). Readers can also find the absolute $ opportunity for the current year (2019 - 2020) and incremental opportunity for the forecast period (2019–2029). This chapter provides details about the insect protein market on the basis of insect type, form, and application. In this chapter, readers can understand market attractive analysis for all segments. This chapter explains how the insect protein market is anticipated to grow across North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific Excluding Japan, Japan and the Middle East and Africa.
Chapter 07 – North America Insect protein Market Analysis 2014-2018 & Forecast 2019-2029
This chapter includes a detailed analysis of the growth of the insect protein market in the North America region, along with a country-wise assessment that includes the U.S. and Canada. Readers can also find regional trends, regulations, and market growth based on application and countries in the North America region.
Chapter 08 – Latin America Insect protein Market Analysis 2014-2018 & Forecast 2019-2029
Readers can find detailed information about several factors, such as the pricing analysis and regional trends, which are impacting growth of the insect protein market in the Latin America region. This chapter also includes growth prospects of the Insect protein market in leading LATAM countries such as Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, and the Rest of Latin America.
Chapter 09 –Europe Insect protein Market Analysis 2014-2018 & Forecast 2019-2029
Important growth prospects of the insect protein market based on its end user in several countries such as EU-4, U.K., BENELUX, NORDIC, Russia, Poland and Rest of Western Europe are included in this chapter.
Chapter 10 – Asia Pacific Excluding Japan Insect protein Market Analysis 2014-2018 & Forecast 2019-2029
This chapter includes a detailed analysis of the growth of the insect protein market in East Asia region including the important growth prospects of the Insect protein in several countries such as China, India, South Korea, ASEAN and Rest of APEJ are included in this chapter.
Chapter 11 – Japan Insect protein Market Analysis 2014-2018 & Forecast 2019-2029
This chapter offers insights into how the insect protein market is expected to grow in Japan, along with different segments of the market during the forecast period of 2019-2029.
Chapter 12 – Middle East and Africa Insect protein Market Analysis 2014-2018 & Forecast 2019-2029
This chapter offers insights into how the insect protein market is expected to grow in major countries in the MEA region such as GCC Countries, Turkey, North Africa, South Africa, and the Rest of MEA, during the forecast period 2019-2029.
Chapter 13 – Competition Assessment
In this chapter, readers can find detailed information about tier analysis and market concentration of the key players in the insect protein market along with their market presence analysis by region and product portfolio.
Chapter 14 – Competition Deep-Dive
In this chapter, readers can find a comprehensive list of leading manufacturers in the insect protein market, along with detailed information about each company, which includes company overview, revenue shares, strategic overview, and recent company developments. Some of the market players featured in the report are EntomoFarms, Aspire Food Group, Chapul Cricket Protein, Swarm Nutrition GmbH, AgriProtein Holdings Ltd., InnovaFeed SAS, Protix, SAS Ynsect, EnviroFlight LLC, Hexafly, among others.
Chapter 15 – Assumptions and Acronyms
This chapter includes a list of acronyms and assumptions that provide a base to the information and statistics included in the insect protein report.
Chapter 16 – Research Methodology
This chapter helps readers understand the research methodology followed to obtain various conclusions, as well as important qualitative and quantitative information, on the insect protein market.
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