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Enzyme Use in Food and Feed Applications Accelerates

12:45 PM MDT | June 30, 2008 | Kate Phillips

The global enzyme market is growing at 5.5%-6%/year, and use in food and feed applications is increasing, says Frost & Sullivan (F&S; London). Ongoing interest among food and feed manufacturers to replace emulsifiers, acid, and antibiotics with enzymes is driving demand in the food and feed sector, F&S says. China has growth rates of 7%-8%/year in the food enzymes sector, says F&S analyst Sneha Pasricha. Europe and the U.S. are each growing at 3%-4%/year. Enzymes “are increasingly being employed in applications such as food and beverage...

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