Plant-Based Protein Market Size, Business Growth, Development Factors, Applications and Future Prospects 2030

North America was the largest contributor to the global plant-based protein market in 2020. The main reason behind this is the increasing preference for natural ingredients in the functional food and beverage industry, and rising concerns related to obesity.

The World Bank states that the global final consumption expenditure surged from $62.662 trillion in 2018 to $63.788 trillion in 2019. According to this organization, households and non-profit institutions serving households (NPISHs) final consumption expenditure increased from $48.472 trillion in 2018 to $49.315 trillion in 2019. The soaring consumer expenditure along with the improving living standard of people around the world and the booming demand for healthier food items will encourage the consumption of plant-based protein products, globally.

Moreover, the expanding population base of vegan people, owing to the rising intolerance toward animal protein, will help the plant-based protein market register a CAGR of 9.2% during 2020–2030. According to P&S Intelligence, the market was valued at $11,104.3 million in 2020, and it will generate $26,721.3 million revenue by 2030. For example, a majority of people in Western countries show intolerance to lactose or milk protein, as protein components of milk trigger reactions to protein fractions in whey (milk albumin) or emulsion (caseins).

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People around the world are opting for wheat, soybean, and pea-based proteins to increase their immunity and meet the protein requirement of their bodies. In the last few years, soybean-based protein was consumed in the highest quantity due to the high fiber content of soybean, which facilitates digestion. Additionally, the high fat and protein content of soybean also augments the consumption of protein products derived from this source. These protein products are used in nutritional bars, dairy substitutes, and emulsion-type sausages, and as nutritional ingredients in pet food products, livestock feed, and agriculture products.

Nowadays, plant-based protein producers, such as AGT Food and Ingredients, Archer Daniels Midland Company, BENEO GmbH, Cargill Incorporated, Emsland Group, Ingredion Inc., Koninklijke DSM N.V., Kerry Group PLC, Roquette Frères, and Wilmar International Ltd., are involved in mergers and acquisitions to expand their presence and meet the protein needs of people. For instance, in August 2021, Cargill Incorporated announced the acquisition of Aalst Chocolate Pte. Ltd. to expand its presence in Asia-Pacific (APAC) countries by adding chocolate to its cocoa product range.

Globally, North America is expected to dominate the plant-based protein market in the foreseeable future, primarily on account of the surging public focus on personal health, animal welfare, sustainability, food safety, and immunity in the region. Additionally, the booming population of flexitarians and vegans and growing concerns of people regarding obesity will also encourage the consumption of plant-based proteins in the U.S. and Canada. Moreover, the rapid technological advancements and increased focus of food and beverage companies on innovative experiments will also lead to high volume consumption of such proteins in the region.

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Furthermore, the APAC region will also consume a considerable volume of plant-based proteins in the forthcoming years. This will be due to the rising public concerns regarding the environment, personal health, and ethical issues, and changing eating habits of people in the region. In addition, the soaring vegan population, owing to the rising public emphasis on animal welfare and sustainability, will augment the intake of such plant-based products in APAC nations. Besides, the mounting income of people and surging need for protein will also steer the populace toward plant-based proteins.

Therefore, the burgeoning consumption expenditure and the rising intolerance of people toward animal-based proteins will steer individuals toward plant-based protein products, globally.

Plant-Based Protein Market Size Breakdown by Segments

By Source

Soybean
Wheat
Pea

By Application

Food
Feed

By Form

Dry
Liquid

By Type

Isolated
Concentrated
Textured

By Region

North America
U.S.
Canada
Europe
France
Italy
Germany
U.K.
Spain
Asia-Pacific
China
India
Japan
South Korea
Australia
Latin America
Brazil
Mexico
Middle East and Africa
Saudi Arabia
South Africa

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