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Milk Protein Market Global Industry Growth, Share, Regional Trends, Industry Demand, Current and Future Plans by Forecast to 2022

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Market Scenario:

Milk Protein is a milk concentrate with high protein content and less of calories. The nutritional profile includes 90% of protein. Production of milk protein is done by dehydration process and by reducing the lactose content of the milk. It is consumed as a functional food to increase the body’s metabolism. It finds its application mainly in sports nutrition, infant foods and bakery products. Due to the high shelf life and nutrient content; its application in other functional food products such as yoghurt, desserts and cheese is also increasing. The high protein content drives the Milk Protein Market in a positive growth rate.

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Key Players:

The key players profiled in the milk protein market are

  • Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited (New Zealand)
  • Arla Foods (Denmark)
  • AMCO Proteins (U.S.)
  • Groupe Lactalis (France)
  • Hevero Hoogwegt (Netherlands)
  • Kerry Group (Ireland)
  • FrieslandCampina (Netherlands)
  • Ganbia plc. (Ireland)

Global Milk protein Market – Segments

The Global Milk Protein Market has been divided into type, livestock, application and region.

On The Basis Of Type

  • Milk protein concentrate (WPC)
  • Milk protein Isolate (WPI)
  • Hydrolyzed milk protein (HWP)

On The Basis Of Livestock

  • Cow
  • Buffalo
  • Goat
  • Others

On The Basis Of Application

  • Sport nutrition
  • Infant formula
  • Dairy products
  • Others

On The Basis Of Region

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • ROW

Milk protein Market – Regional Analysis

The Global Milk Protein Market is segmented into North America, Europe, APAC, and Rest of the World (RoW). Global milk protein market is highly dominated by Europe due to high consumption of milk based protein and awareness about the merits of milk protein consumption. APAC is fastest growing region due to changing lifestyle and improved disposable income in that region. The consumption of milk protein in countries like Germany, the U.S., India and China is expected to grow even more in upcoming years.

This post was originally published on The Market Plan