The 2017 market value of crude fermentation-derived antibiotics was estimated at $2.6 billion. Consumption has increased by 4% to 5% per year, and prices have recently increased by redacted to redacted . In contrast to expectations, continued patterns in consumption took place in the veterinary and in-feed sectors. Still, most fermentation-derived crude antibiotics are used in the human sector.
Citric acid traditionally dominates the category of organic acids. The product grew strongly due to its robust popularity as an acidifier in foods, as a pH regulator in many technical applications and as a building block in detergents. Volumes sold surpassed redacted million tons, and using price trends that showed declines per kilogram compared to previous years, the market is currently estimated at $redacted billion. All other organic acids are much smaller in consumption and value, although lactic acid markets have grown significantly in recent years, currently topping the $redacted billion market value threshold. Succinic acid is growing strongly, and it is expected to maintain its strong growth through 2022 as demand increases.
Lysine and monosodium glutamate (MSG) have always been large fermentation-derived amino acids,but lysine consumption is approaching redacted million metric tons and MSG consumption exceeds redacted million metric tons. MSG was historically an Asian product, but lysine is also being developed in Asian countries, more so than in Europe or North America, due to its relevance for the compound feed industry, which grows faster in the Asia-Pacific region than in any other part of the world. Threonine development, which is following in the footsteps of lysine development, has made progress in becoming respected as a standard feed ingredient. The market for tryptophan, however, is still far from being sizeable.
Polysaccharides and polymers are led by the product Xanthan. Xanthan’s market value has grown to $redacted million for 2017. Most of that added value was due to strong consumption in the food and oil- drilling industries, as opposed to increased prices. The low prevailing prices triggered an industry shakeout, and the producer landscape currently consists of a limited number of sizeable manufacturers, with the traditional Western producers maintaining a leading market presence.
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After categorizing the main fermentation products, the report describes each individual product, reviews industry developments, makes estimates of current volumes produced and consumed, and finally considers price trends and industry structure.
Building on carbohydrate conversion rates and production sites, the demand for carbohydrates is estimated for specific regions and contrasted with availability. Those regions and products that may experience tighter production due to restrained raw materials are identified.
This report does not cover every industrial product that is fermented. Most of the products covered in this report have been on the market for years, but the examples of astaxanthin and beta-carotene demonstrate how difficult it is to introduce such products with sustainability. Few recently introduced industrial fermentation products have become mainstream practices, and many new products ultimately disappear.
The report concludes with a review of the most important companies active in the fermentation processes.
– 119 data tables and 7 oadditional tables
– Descriptions of the latest developments in major fermentation products
– Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2016, estimates for 2017, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2022
– Insight into the interrelationship between ethanol and other carbohydrate-using industries
– A look at changes in the industry’s structure, contrasting actual production with installed capacities
– Comprehensive company profiles of major players in the industry including Adisseo (Bluestar Group), Charoen Pokphand Foods PLC., J.D. Heiskell & Co., Novus International.Weston Milling Animal Nutrition
Mentioned Key Players
Ajinomoto Co. Inc.
Archer Daniels Midland
Basf Animal Nutrition
Bayer Animal Health Gmbh
Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited
Cp Kelco U.S. Inc.
Dsm Nutritional Products Ltd.
Elanco Animal Health
Evonik Industries Ag
Feed-One Co. Ltd.
Global Bio-Chem Technology Group Co. Ltd.
J.D. Heiskell & Co.
New Hope Group/Liuhe
Novus International Inc.
Phibro Animal Health
Weston Milling Animal Nutrition
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