Milk Protein Market Research Future Insights

The Global Milk Protein Market is estimated to be worth USD 18.22 Billion by 2030, registering a 6.9% CAGR during the forecast period (2022- 2030).

Milk includes 3.3 percent protein in extension to all of the essential amino acids. Though milk protein is formed naturally in the mammary gland, a study shows that 60 percent of the proteins required to construct amino acids can be acquired from cow milk, which contains 82 percent caesin and around 18 percent serum or whey protein. Moreover, antihypertensive properties, anti-carcinogenic activities, immune system modulation, and similar metabolic activities consort with milk protein.

Concentrated milk is rich in protein because these are insulated and also improved before being added to powdered milk. The milk proteins are isolated and concentrated (hydrolysates). Several people, particularly young kids, are encouraged to take more milk- mainly to increase their daily calcium intake. Calcium is the main component of strong and healthy bones.

The augmented demand for healthy foods that require milk concentrates to be produced is encouraging manufacturers of milk protein concentrate ingredients to invest heavily in research and development. The aim is to try to develop a new generation of milk protein concentrates that are tasty and nutrient-rich.

Key Players

The global Milk Protein Market’s prominent key players are Royal Friesland Campina N.V. (Netherlands), Fonterra Co-Operative Group Limited (New Zealand), Arla Foods amba (Denmark), AMCO Proteins (US), Saputo Inc. (Canada), Glanbia plc (Ireland), Kerry Group plc (Ireland), Havero Hoogwegt Group (Netherlands), Groupe Lactalis (France), Theo Müller Group (Germany).

Market Segmentation

The global milk protein market overview is segmented into the following types;

By Type

             Milk protein concentrate

             Milk protein hydrolytes

             Casein and cachinnates

             Whey protein concentrates

             Whey protein isolates

             Other milk proteins

By Form

             Dry powder


By Application

             Dairy products and frozen desserts

             Infant formula

             Dietary supplements

             Bakery and confectionary


             Sweet and savoury food

By dairy products and frozen desserts



             Ice cream


Regional Analysis

The Global Milk Protein Market is divided into five regions; North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East & Africa.

Asia- Pacific, especially China with a 33.8% share in the regional market, is the piloting market for milk protein, assisted by constant innovations targeting distinct end-user segments. Increases in the frequency of obesity and fitness enthusiasts choosing high-protein foods have set up China as the market leader. This has two advantages. It makes the food tastier. Thus, it encourages people to consume these types of foods more frequently. It similarly makes the foods healthier. This is crucial since a large percentage of children under age five are malnourished, specifically in India.

Europe holds the second-largest milk protein market size, routed by Turkey, which has been attracting foreign investments in line with acclimatization achieved by Turkish and EU Food Laws. Other market segments endure holding enormous development potential, encouraging multinational businesses to spend heavily in the milk protein market in Africa, South America, and the Middle East.

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