Global Soy Protein Market To Skyrocket Due To 'Increasing Inclination Toward Vegan Diet'

Plant-based diets are on the rise - and as a result, the soy protein market is thriving
Plant-based meat alternatives such as London-based Temple of Seitan's fried 'chicken' is in high demand (Photo: Temple of Seitan)

The global soy protein market is expected to reach nearly $6 billion by 2022, amidst growing interest in plant-based diets, according to a new report.

The report, conducted by research firm Meticulous Research, has identified the global soy market's compound annual growth rate [CAGR] at 6.6 percent during the forecast period of 2017 to 2022.

Researchers have also cited the key market drivers as being: 'increasing inclination towards vegan diets', increasing consumer focus on meat alternatives, and changing food consumption pattern.

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The research report has identified North America as the largest player in the soy market, followed by Europe and Asia.

It reads: "The Asian market, especially China and India are expected to witness a boost in demand for soy protein, and are poised to register fastest growth over the next five-six years, as a result of their economic development, increasing health consciousness... and availability of large base of vegan population."

The research follows a previous report that predicted the global market for plant-based protein will reach $16.3 by the end of 2025.

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