The Asia Pacific brewing enzymes market is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 4.2% during the forecast period (2020-2025).
- The market is driven by its high demand in the beer and industrial enzyme market. Also, rising demand production and consumption of beer, along with a rising number of breweries in recent years across the region are fueling the growth of the market.
- Furthermore, in the segmentation font by source, the microbial source is recorded to have a major share owing to the benefit it provides such as easy production and handling. These can be grown easily to produce a significant amount of the desired enzyme at mild temperatures while consuming inexpensive nutrients. Also, microbial sources are more cost-effective sources than plant sources, which has further fueled the growth of this segment. By type, the amylase segment is projected to dominate the brewing enzymes, owing to its functional properties along with being a cost-effective solution.
- However, the regulations imposed by regulatory bodies such as FDA, USDA, and EU for the ingredients used in the brewing industry across the region are expected to curb the market growth of brewing enzymes.
Key Market Trends
Rising Demand For Beer in The region
The demand for beer in the APAC region was reported to grow significantly. The introduction of craft and flavored beers and the increasing availability of premium beers in the market have led to the shift in consumer preferences in countries such as Australia, Japan, and China. This trend of premiumization is expected to increase the growth potential of the market in terms of value and volume. Also, the mass-produced beer segment accounted for the highest market share of the APAC beer market, in countries such as India, Vietnam, the Philippines, Thailand, and Singapore, due to their price and affordability.
China to Drive The Regional Market
Rising economic and income growth, urbanization, and globalization are leading to a significant shift in the cultural patterns, thus increasing beer consumption and subsequently driving the demand for brewing enzymes in the Asia Pacific region. Also, the growing number of microbreweries across the area is supporting APAC beer market growth. According to the Barth-Haas Group, China is the largest producer of beer among the Asian countries, producing 381.2 million hectoliters. Furthermore, the small-scale domestic players have adopted strategies to expand their businesses globally by investing in the establishment of manufacturing facilities and technical service centers in various regions, thus improve their presence through intensive R&D infrastructure.
The Asia-Pacific market for brewing enzymes is fragmented, owing to the presence of large regional and domestic players in different countries. Emphasis is given on the merger, expansion, acquisition, and partnership of the companies along with new product development as strategic approaches adopted by the leading companies to boost their brand presence among consumers. Key players dominating the Asia-Pacific region include ABF Ingredients, DuPont de Nemours, Inc., DSM, and Novozymes among others.
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