DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Enzyme Market: Size, Trends & Forecasts (2016-2020)" report to their offering.
Enzymes are proteins that speed up the rate of a reaction. Enzymes exist in all living cells. Enzymes play an important role in the metabolic functions of all the living organisms. For example, enzymes help in breaking down of food into smaller particles which further gets converted to energy in the body.
Furthermore, enzymes have multifarious applications and are used across various industries. They are used for making of bread in the baking industry. Enzymes are a key component for making various diagnostic medicines. They are used in animal feed to improve the yield of essential products from animals as well.
The enzyme market can be segmented on the basis of there uses, type and source. On basis of use, they can be segmented into primary use and end use. Primary use includes human nutrition, animal nutrition, food processing and industrial processing.
The end use includes food and beverages, bioenergy, agriculture and feed, technical and pharma and household care. On basis of type, they can be further sub segmented into lipases, carbohydrates, proteases and polymerase. On the basis of source they can be sub segmented into microorganisms, plants and animals.
The global enzyme market is projected to increase at a healthy rate during the forecasted period (2016-2020). This growth is expected on account of many growth drivers such as rising per capita income, increase in demand for food and beverages enzymes, growth in baking industry, increased use in medical nutrition, growth in bio energy sector etc. Yet, the market faces some challenges as well like stringent government policies and traditional consumer preferences.
- Royal DSM
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
3. Global Market Analysis
4. Regional Analysis
5. Market Dynamics
6. Competitive Landscape
7. Company Profiling
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