Protein Commodities Market Insights and Forecasting
Proteins are the animal-based proteins in a balanced human diet. It includes poultry, eggs, pork, beef, and dairy. This is a rapidly growing and changing part of the food supply chain.
Facts about the global proteins market:
- China produces and consumes nearly 50% of all pork globally.
- Poultry is the fastest growing sector, as the developed world increases consumption in favour of other proteins due to taste preferences and perceived health considerations.
- Growth in dairy in Indian is expected to be rapid, as economic development and cultural/religious considerations are expected to combine to increase dairy consumption significantly.
- Per capita beef consumption in the developed world has been dropping for the past 20 years due largely to health considerations.
- Feed costs (grains and protein meals) are a significant price driver of this category.
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