Inkwood Research predicts the Global Probiotics Market to surge with a CAGR of 8.51% during the forecast years, 2022-2030, generating a revenue of $104589.09 million by 2030.
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Global Probiotics Market Scenario
Antibiotics are generally administered to treat or prevent certain stubborn bacterial infections and aren’t routinely prescribed. It is important to take antibiotics only through prescription to prevent the progression of antibiotic resistance since overuse of antibiotics in recent years is rendering them less and less effective and has led to the emergence of a phenomenon known as superbugs. These are strains of bacteria that have developed resistance to many different types of antibiotics. Thus, antibiotic resistance strains continue, and probiotics are becoming more popular in medical and livestock agriculture as a substitute for antibiotics.
Moreover, different probiotic species and strains have unique bioactivities and provide varied health effects such as digestive, cognition, immune function, heart health, women’s health, etc. Thus, while some products are exclusively meant for infants and kids, some probiotic products can be consumed by both kids and adults. Therefore, the varied use of probiotics drives the global market.
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Market by Distribution Channel
• Online Channels
• Offline Channels
o Convenience Stores
o Other Offline Channels
Market by Source
• Animal-Based Products
• Plant-Based Products
Market by Strain
o Lactobacillus Spp
o Bifidobacterium Spp
o Other Bacteria
Market by Application
• Probiotic Foods
o Bakery / Breakfast Cereals
o Infant Formula
o Other Probiotic Foods
• Probiotic Drinks
o Fruit-Based Probiotic Drinks
o Diary-Based Probiotic Drinks
o Other Probiotic Drinks
• Dietary Supplements
o Other Dietary Supplements
• Veterinary Health
– The report provides a detailed analysis of the current and future market trends to identify the investment opportunities
– Market forecasts till 2030, using estimated market values as the base numbers
– Key market trends across the business segments, regions, and countries
– Key developments and strategies observed in the market
– Market dynamics such as drivers, restraints, opportunities, and other trends
– In-depth company profiles of key players and upcoming prominent players
– Growth prospects among the emerging nations through 2030
• YAKULT HONSHA CO LTD
• KERRY GROUP PLC
• CHR HANSEN HOLDING A/S
• LIFEWAY FOODS INC
• BIOGAIA AB
• DANONE SA
• I-HEALTH INC
• NESTLE INC
• PHARMACARE LABORATORIES PTY LTD
• PROBI AB
• THE CLOROX COMPANY
• GENERAL MILLS INC
• KEVITA INC
• JARROW FORMULAS INC
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