Global Food Amino Acids Market Share, Size, Analysis, Trends, Report and Forecast 2023-2028


The ‘Global Food Amino Acids Market Share, Size, Trend, Growth, Analysis, Report and Forecast 2023-2028’, by Expert Market Research gives an extensive outlook of the Global Food Amino Acids Market Report, assessing the market on the basis of its segments like source, type, application, and major regions.

The report studies the latest updates in the market, along with their impact across the market. It also analyzes the market demand, together with its price and demand indicators. The report also tracks the market on the bases of SWOT and Porter’s Five Forces Models.

Food Amino Acids Market Share, Size, Industry Report, Key Player, Major Segments, and Forecast

The key highlights of the report include:

Market Overview (2023-2028)

• Forecast CAGR (2023-2028): 7.3%

Many types of amino acids are produced and consumed around the world. Several new functions of amino acids have been discovered that can be used in other applications. For example, oral stimulation by glutamate induces a cephalic -phase response in preparation for food digestion. There is also a special system that detects glutamate in the epithelial lining of the stomach and intestines.

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In terms of clinical application, the addition of monosodium glutamate to the medicinal diet greatly increases gastric secretion in a vagal-dependent manner. Branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) are important building blocks of muscle. BCAA consumption has been shown to help reduce muscle soreness. BCAAs are expected to provide anti-aging solutions. These applications are expected to drive the market growth.

Food Amino Acids Industry Definition and Major Segments

Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. Proteins are long chains of amino acids. There are thousands of different proteins that perform important functions in the human body, and each protein has its own unique amino acid sequence. This system gives proteins different shapes, allowing them to perform different functions in the body. The body needs 20 types of amino acids to function properly.

Amino acids combine in different ways to form proteins in the body. The body can make hundreds of amino acids, but there are 9 amino acids that the body cannot make. These vital amino acids are called essential amino acids and must be obtained from the food we eat. The nine essential amino acids are leucine, phenylalanine, histidine, valine, isoleucine, lysine, threonine, tryptophan and methionine.

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Amino acids are used for:

• Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) – Amino acids are used as starting ingredients in pharmaceuticals and amino acid products. In addition to tablets and granules, amino acids are used in infusion solutions and are an important part of modern medical treatment.

• Medical Foods / Medical Nutrition – Amino acids are used in medical diets for malnourished patients, the elderly with weak digestive systems and other applications that allow for intensive, precise and efficient absorption of the necessary nutrients.

• Dietary Supplements/ Healthy Nutrition/ Functional Foods and Drinks – Amino acids are used in supplements that use for specific functions and are used to fill amino acid deficiencies. The product is available in the form of tablets, granules and capsules. Products that were once only used by athletes are now being used by the general public for daily exercise and health. There are also functional foods and beverages that contain amino acids similar to health foods.

• Cosmetics – Amino acids are used in cosmetics due to their special moisturizing effect and pH value. Amino acid derivatives are also used for absorption and stability.

• Culture Media – The use of cell cultures for pharmaceutical research and production is gaining popularity. Amino acids are a necessary part of the nutrient environment of the cell. Amino acids are considered essential for cell development and the synthesis of antibodies and proteins.

These additions are expected to drive the growth of the global food amino acids market.

Based on source, the market can be divided into:

• Plant Based
• Animal Based
• Synthetic Based

Based on type, the market is divided into:

• Glutamic Acid
• Lysine
• Tryptophan
• Methionine
• Phenylalanine
• Others

On the basis of application, the global food amino acid market is segmented into:

• Infant Formula
• Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements
• Convenience Food
• Others

On the basis of region, the market is segmented into:

• North America
• Europe
• Asia Pacific
• Latin America
• Middle East andAfrica

Asia Pacific is anticipated to be a significant regional market during the forecast period.

Food Amino Acids Market Trends

Nutritional foods are in higher demand due to consumer health awareness. Due to this, food and beverage manufacturers are launching products rich in essential nutrients. The amount of protein in food and supplements has increased in recent years, which is driving athletes and bodybuilders to choose protein-rich foods and supplements.

Sports supplements such as energy drinks, nutrition bars, low-carb snacks, and nutritional supplements are examples of these products. Animal feed also contains amino acids for meeting the protein needs of the animals. A major contribution of biotechnology has been to produce proteinogenic amino acids that are incorporated into proteins during translation.

Market growth in Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest during the forecast period. Food and health products demand is rising, and rising incomes offer opportunities for growth and diversification in the region’s food industry. China’s economic growth has contributed to an increase in consumer purchasing power, which has led to an increase in the demand for high-quality processed foods. A nutritional amino acid demand is stimulated as a result.

Key Market Players

The major players in the global food amino acids market report include:

  • AMINO GmbH
  • Ajinomoto Co., Inc.
  • Daesang Corporation
  • Wacker Chemie AG
  • Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd.
  • Others

The report covers the market shares, capacities, plant turnarounds, expansions, investments and mergers and acquisitions, among other latest developments of these market players.

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