Global Animal-Sourced Enzyme Market
Global Animal-Sourced Enzyme Market By Enzyme Type, By Application, By Source, By Geography Scope And Forecast To 2026
According to Verified Market Research, The Global Animal-Sourced Enzyme Market was valued at USD 1,586.5 Million in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 2,497.2 Million by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 5.2% from 2017 to 2025.
With growing advancements, the food & beverage industry has been emphasizing on producing a diversified range of food products with improved quality and flavor by incorporating various animal sourced enzymes. Animal sourced enzymes are used as additives in a wide range of food products to modify the flavor and improve food texture. Enzymes that are commercially obtained from animals or it’s by-products are called animal sourced enzymes. Examples of these enzymes include pepsin, lysozymes trypsin and many more.
Animal sourced enzymes can be derived from various sources such as beef, pork, etc. The most common source of obtaining these animal enzymes is beef. These animal-derived enzymes have a wide range of applications in the food industry in order to improve nutrition. Some common food products that consist of these enzymes include cheese, yogurt, bread, beverages (beer, wine, and juice), etc.
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