Animal Nutrition Chemicals Market to Stay in Higher Demand Supported by Rising Market for Animal Protein Products

The worldwide animal nutrition chemicals market is anticipated to touch US$ 20.14 Billion towards 2029 end. The market was estimated at US$ 11.57 Billion during 2019. Moreover, the market would reflect a 5.7% CAGR amid 2019-2029. Regionally, South Asia came out as the topmost market for nutrition chemicals. Amid the assessment period, the increasing need for pet insurance and increasing animal health expenditure would fuel the worldwide market.

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Key Takeaways from Market Research

  • The decelerated demand and supply chain disruptions because of coronavirus might negatively influence the development
  • North America has come out as a foremost market for animal nutrition chemicals.
  • Asia and Europe would stay firm as key markets for animal nutrition chemicals.
  • Topmost participants are anticipated to concentrate on business collaborations and product innovations to stay relevant in emerged markets.

“The growing pet owners’ concerns about their pets’ health is boosting the requirement for healthy and safe pet foods.”, said a lead analyst at FMI.

Rising Usage of Meat, Milk and Related Animal Products Globally will Boost Development

Animal nutrition chemicals are necessary to feed additive products to improve the development in animal health. These are extensively utilized in the feed sector to enhance the product quality and make sure enhanced nutrition quality. Increase in livestock population and domesticated animals drive the overall market. Additionally, increment in veterinaries and pet health care centers will boost market development. Moreover, fast livestock industrialization farming, rise in health problems amid animals, and increment in meat demand are a few of the foremost aspects promoting the animal nutrition chemicals sector. The rise in customer demand for nutrition and performance solutions due to growing cattle and pet populace is one of the topmost aspects pushing the market.

Economic Growth to Provide Major Development Prospects in Emerging Nations

Regionally, the worldwide market for animal nutrition chemicals covers Latin America, North America, Europe, South Asia, East Asia, Oceania, and the MEA. Amid these regions, North America holds a considerable market share. The market expansion is mainly supplemented by the increasing pets population. The U.S. would be a foremost contributor due to the higher customer expending on their pets, which is directing towards developing the need for nutritional products.

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Nations in Europe and the Asia Pacific additionally provide substantial development prospects to the market. Impressive expansion in companion animals’ adoption foreseen in the past few years would push the market. On the other hand, the rising cost of raw materials demanded the production of these chemicals are influencing the market growth. The worsening position is supply chain disruptions induced because of the current COVID-19 outbreak. With makers confronting difficulties in securing raw materials and lesser laborers available, the manufacturing of animal nutrition chemicals might get hampered. Limited transport because of lockdown forced all over several nations is additionally limiting the market’s growth. conversely, the rising popularity of bio-based animal nutrition chemicals is slated to spread out novel development market prospects

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