Feed Yeast Market to Record Steady Growth by 2025

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The global feed yeast market size estimated at USD 1.8 billion in 2020 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.1% to reach USD 2.3 billion by 2025. The market has a promising growth potential due to several factors, including the increasing awareness of yeast-based animal feed products and strict government regulations regarding animal health.

Key players in the feed yeast market include Associated British Foods Inc. (UK), Archers Midland Company (US), Alltech Inc. (US), Cargill (US), Angel Yeast Company (China), Chr. Hansen (Denmark), Lesaffre (France), Nutreco N.V. (Netherlands), Lallemand Inc. (Canada), Novus International (US), Zilor (Biorigin) (Brazil), Kerry Group (Ireland) and Kemin (US).Manufacturers are adopting strategies such as new product launches, expansion & investments, mergers & acquisitions, agreements, collaborations, joint ventures, and partnerships to strengthen their position in the market.

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Associated British Foods PLC (UK) is one of the market leaders in Europe and is trying to increase its global presence by offering various feed grades to fulfill customer needs and demands. The company has entered the retail sector, which has helped it grab opportunities in the market. The company operates with various subsidiaries at the global level but has a wider distributional reach in the European region. The major growth strategies of the company include organic approaches to collaborate and partner with other players such as Lallemand (Canada) for effective operations of the Hutchinson site. The company operates through numerous subsidiaries, such as AB Agri Ltd (UK), AB Mauri (UK), ABF Ingredients (UK), ABITEC Corporation (US), and Ohly (Germany). Of these, AB Mauri, ABF Ingredients, Ohly, and AB Vista produce yeast and yeast extracts. In January 2019, Ohly (UK) and Lallemand (Canada), entered into a strategic partnership for the divestment of Ohly’s Hutchinson Torula Yeast facility and associated Torula whole cell business in the US. The long-term supply partnership between these companies aims at benefitting Ohly by ensuring sustainable security of the Hutchinson site.

Alltech Inc. (US) is engaged in the production and sale of nutritional products and solutions for the feed industry. The company’s core capabilities lie in yeast fermentation, peptide technology, and solid-state fermentation. It has used these technologies to offer a range of natural solutions to the feed industry for improving animal performance and profitability. The company performs research and innovation in various areas such as bioscience centers, nutrigenomics centers, aquaculture centers, community biorefinery, and quality assurance. Alltech is one of the leading animal nutrition companies across the globe. The company has its presence in various countries with 31 manufacturing facilities. It has a great market coverage as the company serves customers in more than 120 countries. Use of inorganic approaches such as the acquisition of WestFeeds Inc. (US) helped the company to strengthen its distribution network and product portfolio in the animal nutrition segment. Owing to its strong financial capabilities and being a global innovator in feed formulations and technologies, the company holds opportunities by investing in R&D for the development of innovative yeast-based ingredients for feed solutions.

Cargill (US) manages its business operations through its business segments, such as agriculture; animal nutrition and protein; food; and financial and industrial. Through its animal nutrition and protein segment, the company offers various animal nutrition products including yeast for beef, dairy, pet, poultry, and pork segments. The company manufactures and supplies feed yeast throughout the world under various brands. Cargill has a very strong product portfolio as compared to its competitors. This would help in positioning the company’s overall position in absorbing investment risks to expand their production capacity as well as their market share. Cargill offers high-quality products to its customers with strong R&D capabilities, which provide it with a strategic advantage over its competitors. The company is focusing immensely on R&D to meet the demands of the feed industry. In terms of animal nutrition, the company has invested in acquiring Diamond V (US), which would help the company in gaining competitive advantage in the animal health and nutrition sector.

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As per the FAO figures of 2019, the consumption rate of meat products in East Asia had witnessed rapid growth. The consumption rate reached 50 kg per person in 2015 from nearly 9 kg per capita in the 1960s. However, the ban on the use of antibiotics as a growth promoter in the livestock sector across the European and North American countries has indirectly impacted the Asia Pacific countries. This has encouraged key companies of feed additives to develop natural growth promoters and health supplements. Since the ban, the livestock producers had identified innovative ways to promote animal production through products with similar benefits by replacing antibiotic growth promoters with microbial-based feed additives, which possess antibiotic properties. Many key players such as Lallemand Inc. (Canada) and Angel Yeast (China) are focusing on tapping the Asia Pacific market by setting up their feed additive manufacturing units.

Recent Developments:

 

  • In January 2019, Ohly (UK) and Lallemand (Canada), entered into a strategic partnership for the divestment of Ohly’s Hutchinson Torula Yeast facility and associated Torula whole cell business in the US. The long-term supply partnership between these companies aims at benefitting Ohly by ensuring sustainable security of the Hutchinson site.
  • In January 2019, ADM acquired Neovia (Chicago) which is a a global leader in value-added products and solutions for both production and companion animals. This acquisition would add new products such as premixes, complete feed, ingredients, pet care solutions, aquaculture, additives, feed yeast, and amino acids to the existing portfolio.
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