Cheese ingredients include items such as milk, salt, cultures, and a set of enzymes, known as rennet. The ever-changing consumer preferences in regards to food are among the prominent factors for the growth of the global cheese ingredients market across the world.
The increase in cheese production is drastically aiding the growth of global cheese ingredient market. The US and European Union are one of the largest producers of cheese. According to the data published by Ag Marketing Resource Center of Iowa State University, the total cheese production in the US amounted to 12.9 billion pounds in 2019, up 2 percent comparative to 2016. Also, European Union constitutes a strong history in the field of cheese exports. Furthermore, the changing consumer preferences and the inclination towards fast food habits are aiding the market growth at a substantial rate. Several restrictions on the manufacturing of cheese are directly impacting the growth of the cheese ingredient market globally. Many food authorities, including European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Ministry of Health of Mexico, Food and Drugs Act of Canada, and Scientific Committee on Food (SCF) are keen on implementing efficacy measures on the manufacturing of cheese and other dairy products.
The global cheese ingredients market is separated based on ingredient, cheese type, and region. The ingredients segment consists of cultures, milk, enzymes, and additives. Based on the cheese type, the global cheese ingredients market is divided into natural and processed cheese. The natural cheese segment is further categorized into cheddar, mozzarella, Gouda, parmesan cheese, and others.
Geographically, the European region is expected to dominate the global cheese ingredients market. Influences such as the rising consumption among consumers, increasing awareness and availability, wide array of choices, and high purchasing power of consumers are driving the growth of the market in this region. Moreover, the US is the frontrunners of the market growth in the North American region owing to the rising inclination towards fast food consumption and changing food habits. Asia Pacific region is estimated to be the fastest growing region. This is credited to the mounting demand from developing countries such as India, Australia, and China. On the other hand, the expanding disposable income in countries of South America, the Middle East, and Africa is projected to boost the growth of the cheese ingredients market in these regions.
The global cheese ingredients market is extremely competitive, and constitutes several players, such as Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association, Almarai, Chr. Hansen Holding, Kraft Foods Cheese & Dairy Division, FOOD Development LLC, Schreiber Foods, CSK Food Enrichment, Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited, Sacco SRL, DSM, DuPont, Saputo Inc., Arla Foods, Alpura, Dairy Farmers of America, Nestlé, ADM, and Dairy Farmers of America Inc. In July 2021, Royal DSM, an international science based corporation active in sustainable living, health, and nutrition, expanded its Dairy Safe cheese biopreservation range, with latest phage-robust culture rotations. The DSM’s all-in-one Dairy Safe solution offers flavor, acidification, and guaranteed bioprotection against spoilage and late blowing in order to assure high-quality cheese, including organic varieties.
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