Feed Probiotics Market: Growing Demand Amidst Antibiotic Restrictions and Shifting Dietary Preferences
In a world grappling with rising concerns over antimicrobial resistance and the health of animals and humans alike, a shift towards safer and more sustainable animal nutrition is underway. Traditional practices involving the use of antibiotics in animal feed are being curtailed by various government bodies and international organizations. Notably, the United Nations (UN) has raised criticism of antibiotic usage in animal feed, calling for a reduction in the use of antimicrobial drugs.
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According to a report jointly issued by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), and European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), excessive antibiotic usage in animals producing food has raised concerns about foodborne infections in humans. This, in turn, has led to a decrease in antibiotic usage and created opportunities for natural and safe animal nutrition, particularly through the use of feed probiotics.
Feed probiotics, which enhance animal digestion, performance, and overall immune systems, are witnessing increased demand, particularly in cattle feed. This demand is fueled by a growing preference for animal-based products in diets. Consumers are shifting towards diets that include dairy and meat products, driving the need for safe and effective feed additives, thus boosting the feed probiotics market.
With a global population on the rise, there is increased pressure on the livestock industry to meet the demand for high-value dairy and meat products. To address this challenge, the livestock industry is promoting the use of feed probiotics in animal food. Additionally, as consumers become more health-conscious and prioritize nutrient-dense diets, the role of feed probiotics in maintaining micronutrients and microbial flora in animal digestive tracts is becoming increasingly important.
Feed probiotics have been shown to reduce or eliminate diseases such as antibiotic-related diarrhea, inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and viral diarrhea in animals. This, in turn, leads to improved animal health and higher-quality animal products. The growing consumption of animal-based products is expected to drive the growth of the feed probiotics market.
Among different animal types, the use of feed probiotics for livestock, particularly poultry, is expected to hold a significant share of the global feed probiotics market. This preference for non-antibiotic or natural and safe food among livestock owners is contributing to the market’s valuation.
Asia Pacific Leading the Global Feed Probiotics Market
The Asia Pacific region is at the forefront of global feed probiotics market growth. Increasing consumption of animal products, especially in countries like India and China, is driving the adoption of feed probiotics in animal feed. The growing urbanization and proliferation of restaurant chains in the region are also boosting market growth.
Key players in the feed probiotics market are actively engaged in expanding their manufacturing capacity, launching new products, and participating in international conferences to promote knowledge about feed probiotics. Notable companies in the market include Alltech, Evonik Industries AG, Adisseo, Royal DSM, and Chr. Hansen Holding A/S.
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