The global bioethanol yeast market size was valued at USD 13.65 billion in 2021. It is expected to reach USD 45.09 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 14.2% during the forecast period (2022–2030).
Yeast is a type of microorganism that only has a single cell and belongs to the genus of fungus. Yeast can be found in many different foods. One of the most prevalent examples of a single-celled microorganism is yeast. Saccharomyces cerevisiae is a genus of sugar-eating yeast that is utilized used in the dairy industry, the alcohol industry, and other industries. It is in charge of fermentation, which is how sugar is turned into alcohol.
This yeast can potentially use both the flavor and texture of the food because it can generate carbon dioxide from carbohydrates. Recently, Zymomonas mobilis, an additional yeast species, has been utilized in bioethanol production. A wide range of food and beverage products are produced using yeast, one of the microorganisms known to have the most extraordinary capacity for adaptation. The commercialization of yeast has directly led to the current period of transition that the yeast industry is going through. The global yeast market is increasing due to the growing demand for baked goods worldwide.
The growing number of technological advancements implemented in the food industry has directly led to an increase in the demand for products associated with the food industry. This increase in demand has led to an increase in the amount of money spent on these products. Additionally, replacing molasses with other raw materials will further contribute by generating enormous opportunities, leading to the market for bioethanol yeast expansion during the projected timeframe. The use of yeast as a potential source of protein is expanding, and molasses is increasingly being used in place of various other raw materials, which is anticipated to fuel market expansion.
It is anticipated that the quantity of bioethanol yeast consumed will significantly increase due to the growing demand for food and other animal products during the forecast period. In addition, the market expansion will be driven by the rising demand for products within the food and beverage industries. This demand will be driven by increased consumer disposable income levels, consistent product innovations, and high market penetration across various countries. These factors are expected to have the most significant impact.
The demand for bioethanol in the industries that use it significantly impacts both the production and consumption of the fuel. It is anticipated that any changes in end-use industry demand will directly affect both the demand for and the price of bioethanol. The food and beverage market is expected to suffer due to supply chain disruptions such as the difficulty in locating raw materials due to trade restrictions and the inconsistent services provided by logistics providers, which will generally impact consumer demand. This is because it will be more difficult to obtain raw materials due to the trade restrictions.
The fluctuating prices of feedstock and ethanol are one of the primary drivers of the trend away from conventional chemicals and toward alternatives that are friendlier to the environment. Several different factors have brought about this shift. It is anticipated that over the next few years, there will be a significant increase in the amount of bioethanol yeast consumed as a direct result of the rising demand for food and other products made from animals.
Additionally, the increasing demand for food and beverage products will provide great opportunities in the market due to increased levels of consumer discretionary income, consistent product innovations, and high market penetration across various countries. These factors will all contribute to the growth of this market.
The global bioethanol yeast market has been divided into type, genus, and application.
Based on type, the market for bioethanol yeast is divided into yeast extract and autolyzed yeast.
Based on the genus, the market for bioethanol yeast is divided into several genera, including saccharomyces and kluyveromyces.
Based on the application, the market for bioethanol yeast is divided into food, feed, and other applications.
The global bioethanol yeast market can be segmented into four regions, namely North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA.
Europe is expected to lead the global bioethanol yeast market during the forecast period. The region's demand for processed foods and alcoholic beverages has increased along with awareness of the nutritional advantages of yeast. Both elements result from the increasing levels of discretionary income and the alterations in the general populace's lifestyle choices.
Asia-Pacific will record significant growth in the global bioethanol yeast market during the forecast period. It is anticipated that this market will continue to grow due to consumers' growing preference for pre-packaged foods, bakery goods, and dairy products, as well as the widespread prevalence of hectic lifestyles among consumers in India and China.
The key players in the global bioethanol yeast market include
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