Amino acids are the chemicals which are very important for human life. Twenty amino acids are essential for human beings for proper functioning which are obtained from the proper food diet or external sources. Threonine acids are also one of the amino acids that are used in protein biosynthesis and it helps in maintaining appropriate protein balance in the body. Threonine acids maintenance cardiovascular, liver, central nervous and function of the immune system by creating antibodies in the body. Threonine acids are also being used as feed additives for animal nutrition. The products include dairy foods, meat, leafy vegetables and mushrooms all consists of threonine acids. Threonine acids are chiefly present in the central nervous system, hence, it can also help in treating depression. Instead, unsuitable volume of threonine acids may lead to make up of fats in the liver which can cause liver failure. Threonine acids related supplements are also very valuable for the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) due to its application of rising glycine levels in the central nervous system.
Increased amino acid feed condition along with the rising feed prices is furthermore estimated to combine with the overall market growth. The numerous occupations in animal feed and large scale economical production competences are projected to flourish the global market in the coming few years. Increasingly emergent global population and the rise in disposable income in the consumers in developing countries which comprises of Brazil, China, India and Russia are the most important and responsible for benefitting the overall market growth. However, lower amount of raw material supply and rigorous government regulatory standards are predicted to decline the threonine acids market productivity and growth in the coming few years. Alternate protein foundations may begin as a major challenge for the complete market growth. But the higher meat products and feed additives demand potential the requisite occasions for the industry participants. New technologies and product innovations with a focus on falling livestock production cost present themselves as major prospects for the market participants. Higher multinational companies are set up for the R&D centers and production facilities in Asia Pacific for the growing market demand. The boosting disposable income along with the increasing protein-rich food demand in the economies such as Indonesia, India, China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Pakistan and Bangladesh is anticipated to fuel the regional market growth.
The global threonine acid market is bifurcated into product, application, sources, livestock and region. The global threonine acid market is bifurcated into product such as D-Threonine, L-Threonine and others. The global threonine acid market is bifurcated into application such as food & dietary supplements, animal feed, pharmaceuticals and others. The global threonine acid market is bifurcated into sources such as animal-based and plant-based. The global threonine acid market is bifurcated into livestock such as cattle, swine, poultry, aquatic animals and others. The global threonine acid market is bifurcated into region such as North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East & Africa and Asia Pacific.
Top players of global threonine acids market are Evonik Industries Corporation, Shanghai Seebio Biotech, Inc., Archer D&O Pharmachem Inc., Prinova Group LLC,Degussa Corporation, The Graymor Chemical Co., Pharmline Inc., Foodchem International Corporation, Viachem Ltd., Peptides International Inc., Yore Chemipharm Co., Ltd., Ajinomoto Heartland, Inc., Biomatik Corporation, CellMark AB, Glanbia Nutritionals, A & Z Food Additives Co., Ltd., Pacific Rainbow International, Inc., and Archer Daniels Midland Company, Evonik, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Prinova, Foodchem International Corporation, Yore Chemipharm Co., Ltd., Pharmline Inc., Peptides International, Viachem Ltd., Pacific Rainbow International, Inc. and Biomatik Corporation.
The global threonine acid market is segmented
• Food & dietary supplements
• Animal feed
• Aquatic animals
• North America
• Latin America
• Middle East & Africa
• Asia Pacific