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Bioactive protein fractions and peptides market report

Bioactive protein fractions and peptides market report

Update : 2017 – Price : 4,490 €

Report Description

This study provides the basic scientific information on bioactive peptides with a focus on different sources, sub-types, and nutritional benefits, their scientific background and the supporting studies as well as process of production. Application segments and usage of bioactive peptides constitute also a main part of the report as well as the market trends. The size of the market by ingredients has been estimated and projected. The major players in the market have also been identified and profiled.
It offers insights and information on the following:

  • Market size and performance
  • Market forecast
  • Suppliers profiles and share
  • Market size by applications
  • Price trend analysis
  • New researches and developments
  • Industrial users
  • Processing technologies
  • New trends and perspectives

Numerous bioactive peptides and protein fractions with different functional properties can be found encrypted in the primary structure of many dietary proteins. Such bioactive compounds have physiological effect on the major body systems, shown previously.
There is increasing commercial interest in the production of bioactive peptides from various sources. Industrial-scale production of such peptides is, however, hampered by the lack of suitable technologies.

Our market research report firstly reviews the basic scientific information available on bioactive peptides by sources (milk fractions, colostrum, egg, soy marine, and meat), sub-types (the major protein fractions in bovine milk include α-LA (lactalbumine), β-LG (lactoglobuline), caseins, immunoglobulins, lactoferrin, proteose-peptide fractions, and minor whey proteins such as transferrin and serum albumin), and by applications (Infant nutrition, clinical nutrition, Food industry, sport food, etc).
The quantitative section presents a detailed assessment of the current and expected global market by bioactive peptides. The report also provides a comprehensive review of market drivers and, opportunities.
The major players in the market have also been identified and profiled.
The following segmentation details the types of information that will be presented in the report:

MARKET ANALYSIS

New trends and perspectives
Use of ingredients: volume-value
Manufacturer’s profiles
User’s opinions
Regulation

FOOD SEGMENTS
Food industry
Functional food
Food supplements
Sports food
Cosmetics & Oral care
Clinical nutrition

COUNTRIES COVERED

North America
South America
Western Europe
Eastern Europe
Australia – New Zealand
Asia

INGREDIENTS COVERED
Bioactive protein fractions
Bioactive peptides

  • INTRODUCTION 12
  • OBJECTIVES 13
  • METHODOLOGY 14
  • MARKET SIZE 14
  • MARKET EVALUATION 14
  • INTERVIEWS OF INDUSTRIAL USERS 14
  • SUMMARY-CONCLUSIONS 15
  • BIO ACTIVE PEPTIDES 16
  • DEFINITION 17
  • SCIENTIFIC PROPERTIES OF THE DIFFERENT BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES 18
  • PHYSIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE MILK PEPTIDES 19
  • CLASSIFICATION 21
  • FUTURE OF NUTRACEUTICAL DAIRY INGREDIENTS 23
  • MARKETING APPROACH TO BIOACTIVE INGREDIENTS 25
  • THE BARRIERS ARE HIGH 25
  • DESPITE A DIFFICULT ENVIRONMENT, THE MARKET IS STILL EXPENDING 26
  • BEVERAGES, A HIGHLIGHTING MARKET APPLICATION 28
  • MARKET APPROACH: FOOD SUPPLEMENTS VS FUNCTIONAL FOODS 29
  • SAFETY, EFFICACY AND HARMLESSNESS 29
  • TECHNOLOGICAL PROPERTIES ARE ALWAYS IMPORTANT 31
  • SEARCHING FOR NEW CRITERIA OF SEGMENTATION 31
  • THE FUNCTIONAL DAIRY NUTRACEUTICAL INGREDIENT MARKET 33
  • THE WORLD FUNCTIONAL FOOD AND FOOD SUPPLEMENT MARKET 33
  • MARKET DATA 35
  • GEOGRAPHICAL SPECIFICITIES 43
  • DAIRY PRODUCTS 43
  • INFANT FORMULA 44
  • SPORT FOOD 44
  • FOOD SUPPLEMENTS 44
  • BEVERAGES 45
  • BAKERY / BISCUITS / SNACKS 45
  • CONFECTIONERY 45
  • SCANNING OF THE MAJOR NUTRITIONAL AND NUTRACEUTICALBIOACTIVE PEPTIDES/FRACTIONS 47
  • PURIFIED MILK FRACTIONS 49
  • ALPHA-LACTALBUMIN 50
  • BETA-LACTOGLOBULIN 65
  • LACTOFERRIN 70
  • LACTOPEROXIDASE 85
  • PROTEOSE - PEPTONE 168
  • LYZOZYME 171
  • COLOSTRUM FRACTIONS 174
  • IMMUNOGLOBULIN G 175
  • SUMMARY 175
  • DEFINITION 175
  • ISOLATION METHOD 176
  • PROCESS 176
  • NUTRACEUTICAL PROPERTIES 177
  • CURRENT AND POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS 177
  • PRICE 182
  • MARKET SIZE 183
  • NUTRACEUTICAL PROPERTIES 227
  • EGG FRACTIONS 248
  • MARKET APPLICATIONS 250
  • MARKET SIZE 250
  • SUPPLIERS 250
  • SOY BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES 259
  • PRICE 266
  • SUPPLIES 266
  • THE SCOULAR COMPANY 270
  • MARINE- DERIVED BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES 273
  • BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES FROM SPONGES 273
  • BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES FROM ASCIDIANS 275
  • BIOACTIVE CYCLIC PEPTIDES FROM MOLLUSKS 276
  • BLOOD PRESSURE REDUCING EFFECT 277
  • ANTICANCER EFFECTS 277
  • MEAT- DERIVED BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES 279
  • NUTRACEUTICAL PROPERTIES 282
  • ANTIHYPERTENSIVE PROPERTIES 282
  • ANTITHROMBOTIC PROPERTIES 284
  • ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES 285
UBIC’s approach is based on in-depth interviews with food companies completed by a desk review.
MARKET SIZE

Quantification of the market is based on:

  • Primary data coming from desk research;
  • Interview with food companies and producers;
  • Experts interviews;
  • UBIC’s database.
MARKET EVALUATION

Desk search and experts interviews

  • Data-bases (internal, Dialog, Datastar)
  • Professional Organizations
  • Market players’ annual and quarterly reports
  • Specialized press
  • Experts (consultants, associations, distributors, etc.)
MARKET EXPECTATIONS

UBIC has done a series of interviews towards the industrial clients. Those user interviews give an in-depth appreciation of their needs and expectations in terms of ingredients usage and purchase.

INTERVIEWS OF INDUSTRIAL USERS

Interviews are conducted at the R&D, supplying and marketing levels.

Update 2017

Note: Study purchase includes one-year update available on-line on UBIC’s Extranet

Assistance is also available for specific questions

+ Objectives & Scope

Numerous bioactive peptides and protein fractions with different functional properties can be found encrypted in the primary structure of many dietary proteins. Such bioactive compounds have physiological effect on the major body systems, shown previously.
There is increasing commercial interest in the production of bioactive peptides from various sources. Industrial-scale production of such peptides is, however, hampered by the lack of suitable technologies.

Our market research report firstly reviews the basic scientific information available on bioactive peptides by sources (milk fractions, colostrum, egg, soy marine, and meat), sub-types (the major protein fractions in bovine milk include α-LA (lactalbumine), β-LG (lactoglobuline), caseins, immunoglobulins, lactoferrin, proteose-peptide fractions, and minor whey proteins such as transferrin and serum albumin), and by applications (Infant nutrition, clinical nutrition, Food industry, sport food, etc).
The quantitative section presents a detailed assessment of the current and expected global market by bioactive peptides. The report also provides a comprehensive review of market drivers and, opportunities.
The major players in the market have also been identified and profiled.
The following segmentation details the types of information that will be presented in the report:

MARKET ANALYSIS

New trends and perspectives
Use of ingredients: volume-value
Manufacturer’s profiles
User’s opinions
Regulation

FOOD SEGMENTS
Food industry
Functional food
Food supplements
Sports food
Cosmetics & Oral care
Clinical nutrition

COUNTRIES COVERED

North America
South America
Western Europe
Eastern Europe
Australia – New Zealand
Asia

INGREDIENTS COVERED
Bioactive protein fractions
Bioactive peptides

+ Report Content
  • INTRODUCTION 12
  • OBJECTIVES 13
  • METHODOLOGY 14
  • MARKET SIZE 14
  • MARKET EVALUATION 14
  • INTERVIEWS OF INDUSTRIAL USERS 14
  • SUMMARY-CONCLUSIONS 15
  • BIO ACTIVE PEPTIDES 16
  • DEFINITION 17
  • SCIENTIFIC PROPERTIES OF THE DIFFERENT BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES 18
  • PHYSIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE MILK PEPTIDES 19
  • CLASSIFICATION 21
  • FUTURE OF NUTRACEUTICAL DAIRY INGREDIENTS 23
  • MARKETING APPROACH TO BIOACTIVE INGREDIENTS 25
  • THE BARRIERS ARE HIGH 25
  • DESPITE A DIFFICULT ENVIRONMENT, THE MARKET IS STILL EXPENDING 26
  • BEVERAGES, A HIGHLIGHTING MARKET APPLICATION 28
  • MARKET APPROACH: FOOD SUPPLEMENTS VS FUNCTIONAL FOODS 29
  • SAFETY, EFFICACY AND HARMLESSNESS 29
  • TECHNOLOGICAL PROPERTIES ARE ALWAYS IMPORTANT 31
  • SEARCHING FOR NEW CRITERIA OF SEGMENTATION 31
  • THE FUNCTIONAL DAIRY NUTRACEUTICAL INGREDIENT MARKET 33
  • THE WORLD FUNCTIONAL FOOD AND FOOD SUPPLEMENT MARKET 33
  • MARKET DATA 35
  • GEOGRAPHICAL SPECIFICITIES 43
  • DAIRY PRODUCTS 43
  • INFANT FORMULA 44
  • SPORT FOOD 44
  • FOOD SUPPLEMENTS 44
  • BEVERAGES 45
  • BAKERY / BISCUITS / SNACKS 45
  • CONFECTIONERY 45
  • SCANNING OF THE MAJOR NUTRITIONAL AND NUTRACEUTICALBIOACTIVE PEPTIDES/FRACTIONS 47
  • PURIFIED MILK FRACTIONS 49
  • ALPHA-LACTALBUMIN 50
  • BETA-LACTOGLOBULIN 65
  • LACTOFERRIN 70
  • LACTOPEROXIDASE 85
  • PROTEOSE - PEPTONE 168
  • LYZOZYME 171
  • COLOSTRUM FRACTIONS 174
  • IMMUNOGLOBULIN G 175
  • SUMMARY 175
  • DEFINITION 175
  • ISOLATION METHOD 176
  • PROCESS 176
  • NUTRACEUTICAL PROPERTIES 177
  • CURRENT AND POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS 177
  • PRICE 182
  • MARKET SIZE 183
  • NUTRACEUTICAL PROPERTIES 227
  • EGG FRACTIONS 248
  • MARKET APPLICATIONS 250
  • MARKET SIZE 250
  • SUPPLIERS 250
  • SOY BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES 259
  • PRICE 266
  • SUPPLIES 266
  • THE SCOULAR COMPANY 270
  • MARINE- DERIVED BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES 273
  • BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES FROM SPONGES 273
  • BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES FROM ASCIDIANS 275
  • BIOACTIVE CYCLIC PEPTIDES FROM MOLLUSKS 276
  • BLOOD PRESSURE REDUCING EFFECT 277
  • ANTICANCER EFFECTS 277
  • MEAT- DERIVED BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES 279
  • NUTRACEUTICAL PROPERTIES 282
  • ANTIHYPERTENSIVE PROPERTIES 282
  • ANTITHROMBOTIC PROPERTIES 284
  • ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES 285
+ Methodology
UBIC’s approach is based on in-depth interviews with food companies completed by a desk review.
MARKET SIZE

Quantification of the market is based on:

  • Primary data coming from desk research;
  • Interview with food companies and producers;
  • Experts interviews;
  • UBIC’s database.
MARKET EVALUATION

Desk search and experts interviews

  • Data-bases (internal, Dialog, Datastar)
  • Professional Organizations
  • Market players’ annual and quarterly reports
  • Specialized press
  • Experts (consultants, associations, distributors, etc.)
MARKET EXPECTATIONS

UBIC has done a series of interviews towards the industrial clients. Those user interviews give an in-depth appreciation of their needs and expectations in terms of ingredients usage and purchase.

INTERVIEWS OF INDUSTRIAL USERS

Interviews are conducted at the R&D, supplying and marketing levels.

+ Request Brochure
Update 2017

Note: Study purchase includes one-year update available on-line on UBIC’s Extranet

Assistance is also available for specific questions