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Protective Cultures Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis - By Form (Frozen Pellets and Freeze Dried), By Target Organism (Bacteria and Yeast & Molds), By Application (Cheese, Dairy Products, Yogurt & Butter, Seafood, Meat & Poultry Products, Vegetable Foods, Bakery & Confectionaries, and Beverages), and By Region - Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2019 – 2025

Published Date: 24-Mar-2020 Category: Food & Beverage Report Format : PDF Pages: 110 Report Code: ZMR-4556 Status : Published

Global Protective Cultures market is projected to record a cumulative growth rate of nearly 10.11% during the period from 2019 to 2025.

Description

The global Protective Cultures market is projected to record a cumulative growth rate of nearly 10.11% during the period from 2019 to 2025. The report offers valuation and analysis of the Protective Cultures market on a global as well as regional level. The study offers a comprehensive assessment of the industry competition, restraints, revenue estimates, avenues, current & emerging trends, and industry-validated market information. The report offers historical data from 2016 to 2018 along with a forecast from 2019 to 2025 based on value (USD Million).

Introduction

Protective cultures comprise of bacteria selected for their capability to arrest the pathogenic organism growth as well as inhibiting the development or spread of microbiological agents in the food products, particularly, dairy foods and processed meat products. Apart from this, protective cultures also hinder the growth of listeria monocytogenes and E. Coli in sliced, cooked, vacuum, and gas-packed meat products. The product also helps against restricting the spread of campylobacter jejuni as well as listeria monocytogenes in chicken items packaged in the modified environment.

Global Protective Cultures Market

Market Growth Dynamics

According to a study conducted by NCBI in 2005, two lactobacillus-based protective cultures, namely, lactobacillus sakei CECT 4808 & lactobacillus curvatus CECT 904 (T) were found to produce bacteriocin-like inhibitory substances after they were injected in isolation as well as in combination on beef slices. Furthermore, the inoculated beef slices both individually with lactobacillus sakei CECT 4808 strain & lactobacillus curvatus CECT 904 (T) as well as combination of both strains were vacuum packaged & stored in refrigerator at nearly over 4 +/- degree centigrade. These samples were evaluated during its twenty-eight day storage timespan for yeasts, molds, enterobacteriaceae, brochothrix thermosphacta, lactic acid bacteria, and Pseudomonas spp. They were also assessed for abnormal odor and instrumental color.

Moreover, beef slices injected with lactobacillus sakei strain had notably reduced spoilage microbial count as compared to those slices injected with lactobacillus curvatus strain. Furthermore, the inoculation of combination of both strains on beef slices also brought optimum reduction in the spoilage microbial proportion. Apparently, beef slices inoculated individually with lactobacillus sakei strain and combined lactobacillus sakei & lactobacillus curvatus strains exhibited improvement in chemical parameters & abnormal odor scores.  It was also found that the Lact. Sakei CECT 4808 strain demonstrated better preserving feature in comparison to combination of both the Lact. Strains. It was concluded that Lact Sakei 4808 strain can help in preserving & storing of vacuum packaged beef for an elongated period. The strain also exemplified restricted anti-oxidative property, thereby preventing lipid oxidative process in meat products, increasing shelf life of meat, and reducing its spoilage. Such favorable outcomes from the clinical experiments are likely to contribute remarkably towards the market growth in the coming years.

Furthermore, protective cultures produce metabolites including lactic acid, propionic acid, and acetic acid acting as antimicrobial agents. This, in turn, has enhanced the popularity of the product as well as its use in various food items.

Europe To Dominate Overall Market Expansion By 2025

The regional market growth over the forecast period is owing to the large-scale dairy item production in the European countries along with escalating concerns vis-à-vis food spoilage. Apart from this, growing health awareness among the end-users about the protective cultures in the Europe will favorably leverage the growth of the market in the continent over the forthcoming years.

Key players included in the report are BIOPROX INGREDIENTS, Chr. Hansen Holding A/S, Meat Cracks Technologie GmbH, CSK Food Enrichment B.V., Soyuzsnab Group of Companies, Kerry Group PLC, Aristomenis D. Phikas & Co S.A., DowDuPont Inc., THT S.A., Sacco srl, Koninklijke DSM N.V., Dalton Biotechnologies S.R.L, and Biochem s.r.l.

The global protective cultures market is segmented as follows:

By Form

  • Freeze Dried
  • Frozen Pellets

By Target Organism

  • Yeast & Molds
  • Bacteria

By Application

  • Dairy Products
    • Cheese
    • Yogurt & Butter
    • Other Dairy Products
  • Meat & Poultry Products
  • Seafood
  • Others

By Region

  • North America
    • The U.S.
    • Canada
  • Europe
    • France
    • The UK
    • Spain
    • Germany
    • Italy
    • Rest of Europe
  • Asia Pacific
    • China
    • Japan
    • India
    • South Korea
    • Southeast Asia
    • Rest of Asia Pacific
  • Latin America
    • Brazil
    • Mexico
    • Rest of Latin America
  • Middle East & Africa
    • GCC
    • South Africa
    • Rest of Middle East & Africa

Table Of Content

  • Chapter 1. Preface
    • 1.1. Report Description and Scope
    • 1.2. Research Scope
    • 1.3. Research Methodology
      • 1.3.1. Market Research Process
      • 1.3.2. Market Research Methodology
  • Chapter 2. Executive Summary
    • 2.1. Protective Cultures Market , 2016–2025 (USD Million)
    • 2.2. Protective Cultures Market : Snapshot
  • Chapter 3. Global Protective Cultures Market – Industry Analysis
    • 3.1. Protective Cultures Market : Market Dynamics
    • 3.2. Market Drivers
      • 3.2.1. Protective cultures produce metabulites including lactic acid, propionic acid, and acetic acid acting as antimicrobial agents
      • 3.2.2. These products possess anti-oxidative features and reduces food spoilage through annihilation of microbial agents to a large extent
    • 3.3. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
    • 3.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis
      • 3.4.1. Market attractiveness analysis By Form
      • 3.4.2. Market attractiveness analysis By Target Organism
  • Chapter 4. Global Protective Cultures Market – Competitive Landscape
    • 4.1. Company market share analysis
      • 4.1.1. Global Protective Cultures Market : company market share, 2018
    • 4.2. Strategic development
      • 4.2.1. Acquisitions & mergers
      • 4.2.2. New Product launches
      • 4.2.3. Agreements, partnerships, cullaborations, and joint ventures
      • 4.2.4. Research and development and Regional expansion
    • 4.3. Price trend analysis
  • Chapter 5. Global Protective Cultures Market – Form Analysis
    • 5.1. Global Protective Cultures Market overview: By Form
      • 5.1.1. Global Protective Cultures Market share, By Form,2018 and 2025
    • 5.2. Frozen Pellets
      • 5.2.1. Global Protective Cultures Market by Frozen Pellets, 2016–2025 (USD Million)
    • 5.3. Freeze Dried
      • 5.3.1. Global Protective Cultures Market by Freeze Dried, 2016–2025 (USD Million)
  • Chapter 6. Global Protective Cultures Market – Target Organism Analysis
    • 6.1. Global Protective Cultures Market overview: By Target Organism
      • 6.1.1. Global Protective Cultures Market share, By Target Organism, 2018 and 2025
    • 6.2. Bacteria
      • 6.2.1. Global Protective Cultures Market By Bacteria, 2016–2025 (USD Million)
    • 6.3. Yeast & Mulds
      • 6.3.1. Global Protective Cultures Market By Yeast & Mulds, 2016–2025 (USD Million)
  • Chapter 7. Global Protective Cultures Market – Application Analysis
    • 7.1. Global Protective Cultures Market overview: By Application
      • 7.1.1. Global Protective Cultures Market share, By Application, 2018 and 2025
    • 7.2. Cheese
      • 7.2.1. Global Protective Cultures Market, By Cheese, 2016–2025 (USD Million)
    • 7.3. Dairy Products
      • 7.3.1. Global Protective Cultures Market, By Dairy Products, 2016–2025 (USD Million)
    • 7.4. Seafood
      • 7.4.1. Global Protective Cultures Market, By Seafood, 2016–2025 (USD Million)
    • 7.5. Yogurt & Butter
      • 7.5.1. Global Protective Cultures Market, By Yogurt & Butter, 2016–2025 (USD Million)
    • 7.6. Meat & Poultry Products
      • 7.6.1. Global Protective Cultures Market, By Meat & Poultry Products, 2016–2025 (USD Million)
    • 7.7. Vegetable Foods
      • 7.7.1. Global Protective Cultures Market, By Vegetable Foods, 2016–2025 (USD Million)
    • 7.8. Bakery & Confectionaries
      • 7.8.1. Global Protective Cultures Market, By Bakery & Confectionaries, 2016–2025 (USD Million)
    • 7.9. Beverages
      • 7.9.1. Global Protective Cultures Market, By Beverages, 2016–2025 (USD Million)
  • Chapter 8. Company Profiles
    • 8.1. BIOPROX INGREDIENTS
      • 8.1.1. Overview
      • 8.1.2. Financials
      • 8.1.3. Product Portfolio
      • 8.1.4. Business Strategy
      • 8.1.5. Recent Developments
    • 8.2. Chr. Hansen Hulding A/S
      • 8.2.1. Overview
      • 8.2.2. Financials
      • 8.2.3. Product Portfolio
      • 8.2.4. Business Strategy
      • 8.2.5. Recent Developments
    • 8.3. Meat Cracks Technulogie GmbH
      • 8.3.1. Overview
      • 8.3.2. Financials
      • 8.3.3. Product Portfolio
      • 8.3.4. Business Strategy
      • 8.3.5. Recent Developments
    • 8.4. CSK Food Enrichment B.V.
      • 8.4.1. Overview
      • 8.4.2. Financials
      • 8.4.3. Product Portfolio
      • 8.4.4. Business Strategy
      • 8.4.5. Recent Developments
    • 8.5. Soyuzsnab Group of Companies
      • 8.5.1. Overview
      • 8.5.2. Financials
      • 8.5.3. Product Portfolio
      • 8.5.4. Business Strategy
      • 8.5.5. Recent Development
    • 8.6. Kerry Group PLC
      • 8.6.1. Overview
      • 8.6.2. Financials
      • 8.6.3. Product Portfolio
      • 8.6.4. Business Strategy
      • 8.6.5. Recent Development
    • 8.7. Aristomenis D. Phikas & Co S.A.
      • 8.7.1. Overview
      • 8.7.2. Financials
      • 8.7.3. Product Portfolio
      • 8.7.4. Business Strategy
      • 8.7.5. Recent Development
    • 8.8. DowDuPont Inc.
      • 8.8.1. Overview
      • 8.8.2. Financials
      • 8.8.3. Product Portfolio
      • 8.8.4. Business Strategy
      • 8.8.5. Recent Development
    • 8.9. THT S.A.
      • 8.9.1. Overview
      • 8.9.2. Financials
      • 8.9.3. Product Portfolio
      • 8.9.4. Business Strategy
      • 8.9.5. Recent Development
    • 8.10. Sacco srl
      • 8.10.1. Overview
      • 8.10.2. Financials
      • 8.10.3. Product Portfolio
      • 8.10.4. Business Strategy
      • 8.10.5. Recent Development
    • 8.11. Koninklijke DSM N.V.
      • 8.11.1. Overview
      • 8.11.2. Financials
      • 8.11.3. Product Portfolio
      • 8.11.4. Business Strategy
      • 8.11.5. Recent Development
    • 8.12. Dalton Biotechnulogies S.R.L
      • 8.12.1. Overview
      • 8.12.2. Financials
      • 8.12.3. Product Portfolio
      • 8.12.4. Business Strategy
      • 8.12.5. Recent Development
    • 8.13. Biochem s.r.l.
      • 8.13.1. Overview
      • 8.13.2. Financials
      • 8.13.3. Product Portfolio
      • 8.13.4. Business Strategy
      • 8.13.5. Recent Development

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