"Tapping into Asia’s soaring demand for protein enriched foods"
"Opportunities & challenges for new protein sources
"Protein trend set to soar in Asia Pacific"
"Demand for Protein is on the Rise in South-East Asia Creating opportunities for NZMP"
The Protein, which has long been associated with fitness,health and wellness is expanding rapidly into mainstream products migrating from infant nutrition to snacks and consumer packaged goods. What are the factors driving this growth in Asia?
Frost & Sullivan points out 3 - increase in health and fitness, heart health and growing consumer correlation of beauty and healthy eating.
The health benefits of protein intake from fast muscle recovery to weigh control is driving protein uptake and its use in functional foods in Asia.
Hot on the heels and trending now is plant protein.
"Chinese plant protein drinks grow as manufacturers look beyond soy" ~ Nutra Ingredients Asia.com - 31 Aug 2016
Around the world, governments are promoting less animal protein in diets of their populations. The Chinese government announced efforts to curb meat consumption by 50% among its nearly 1.4 billion citizens.
Innova Market Insights reports that plant proteins will move into a "disruptive phase" this year, with food companies leveraging functional and technical benefits of plants in new product developments.
Why are plant proteins soaring ? No doubt consumers increasingly recognize that concerns about global warming and finite resources demand a shift toward more plant-based diets.
But can plant proteins provide the body’s nutrient needs ? Do we need to combine these proteins with other protein sources to make a "complete" protein ?
Philippine food based company Monde Nissin is bringing Quorn, the world-leader in meat alternatives, to the market as it sets eyes on Asia as its newest domain. Mycoprotein is a healthy protein meat substitute made by fermenting a type of fungus.
Parabel’s Clean Green Protein from water based lentils boasts a nutritional profile unlike any other plant-based protein supplement.
As novel protein sources are introduced to the market, manufacturers need to address regulatory, and compliance issues.
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DuPont Unveils New 90% Protein rich Plant-based Nuggets
Posted on : 02 Nov, 2017
DuPont Nutrition & Health has recently launched a new series of protein rich nuggets – that allow food manufacturers to experiment and use them in snacks, bars and cereals.
Southeast Asia’s Growing Appetite for Protein
Posted on : 25 Aug, 2017
The global protein ingredients market is forecast to grow by more than 7% to reach US$43.3 billion by 2024. Among key growth regions is Southeast Asia. As the need to be healthier becomes more important, nutritious diets – especially protein-fortified food and beverages are becoming increasingly popular. Protein that was once viewed as a source of ‘fitness’ is now being perceived as a ‘health and wellness’ ingredient.
DuPont Introduces New Soy Protein Isolate for Ready to Drink Beverages
Posted on : 26 Jul, 2017
Plant-based protein – soy has a growing demand across food and beverages given its health and wellness benefits as well as economic value compared to dairy proteins. It not only offers direct cost savings, but also more stable pricing over time.