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Asia-Pacific Market for Amino Acids and Specialty Protein Ingredients

High Incidence of Lifestyle Diseases Boosts Demand for Specialty Proteins and Amino Acids

  • Research Code : P85F-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : FA00106-AP-MR_00495
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  • Release Date : 24-Nov-2014
  • Region : Asia Pacific
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The study analyzes the Asia-Pacific market for amino acids and specialty protein ingredients. Changing food habits, lack of physical activity, and the increasing number of people involved in sedentary jobs have increased the incidence of lifestyle related complications such as obesity. Obesity rates have become high among all age groups. However, consumers are becoming more conscious with increasing awareness on health complications and opt for preventive medications. The trend of prevention of diseases has also led to the growth of the vitamin and mineral ingredients market as consumers take dietary supplements and other fortified food and beverages. The base year of this study is 2013, with forecasts up to 2020.
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