Bacillus coagulans (B. coagulans) are gathering steam as one of the most beneficial probiotic microorganisms in the dairy and food industries. They find popular use in commercial food industry such as in fermented meats, baby foods, fruit juices, ice creams, and cereals. One of the properties that attract end-use industries is that they combine the properties of both the Bacillus and Lactobacillus general. Over the years, the bacillus coagulans market has gained some momentum on the back of studies that promote various the use of enzymes of B. coagulans in food production world over.
Rising interest in probiotic food industry is a key trend bolstering the expansion of the market. Advances in genome sequencing have offered useful insights on the characterization of the bacterium, boosting the prospects of the bacillus coagulans market.
The report on the global bacillus coagulans market has provided an insight into the major strategy alignments made by prominent players in response to recent market forces of consolidation and fragmentation. It offers an in-depth insight into the dynamic influencing the degree of competition. The analysis also includes the entry barriers and the disruptions that might challenge the status quo.
Probiotic activity of bacillus coagulans opens a lucrative avenue for functional food makers who have been increasing investing in expanding the portfolio of digestive products. With the current lifestyle-driven stress, the consumer demand for such functional food seems to be greater than ever, stirring new prospects in the bacillus coagulans market. Companies are developing bacillus coagulans supplementation that shows promise in the management of diarrhea.
A U.S.-based food products supplier Mariani Packing Company in June 2020 launched its probiotics products in single serve packs in two fruit varieties. The product is in the form of weekly 7-day supply carton that combines bacillus coagulans probiotics. The brand, known as GanedenBC30, is recognized as safe (GRAS) by the U.S. FDA, and is gluten-free, and Kosher, and Halal certified. The fiber in the dry fruits utilized in its products, asserts the company, may be used a fuel source for B. coagulans used. Such product launches help reinforce the market prospects of bacillus coagulans probiotic active cultures in promoting gut health.
The names of some well-entrenched players in the bacillus coagulans market are:
The opportunities in the global bacillus coagulans market have been evolving on the back of vast purported health benefits and nutritional value of this spore-forming bacterium used as probiotics. A notable trend is on-the-go immunity-boosting and digestive health products among consumers in developing and developed regions.
The utilization of bacillus coagulants has gained heat by the potential of the microorganism for range of functions related to preventing humans from diseases. They help in strengthening the immune system and protecting tooth decay, and especially in preventing coronary heart diseases. Their heat-resistant spore form has imparted huge advantage to food manufacturers, since this makes them stable.
In the last few years, functional food manufacturers in the bacillus coagulants market are seeing promising potential of the microorganism in managing rheumatoid arthritis, notably for anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effects.
Food manufacturers looking for growth prospects in the bacillus coagulans market are eyeing avenues in Asia Pacific, North America, Latin America, and Europe. Of these, Asia Pacific has been found to be markedly attractive region. The growth has been bolstered by rising spending on the commercial manufacturing of functional food products with good stability features.
India, China, and Japan are expected to remain as substantially lucrative markets over the next few years. In addition, growing awareness among consumers about the health-promoting and nutritional benefits of probiotics has also spurred demand for bacillus coagulans in the regional market.
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