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The report is now available on ASDreports,"Glycinates Market by Type (Magnesium, Zinc, Calcium, Manganese, Copper, Sodium), Form (Dry and Liquid), and Application (Pharmaceuticals/Nutraceuticals, Food Additives, Feed Additives, Personal Care Products), and Region - Global Forecast to 2022", The glycinates market is estimated to be valued at USD 927.2 Million in 2017, and is projected to reach a value of USD 1,234.3 Million by 2022, at a CAGR of 5.89% during the forecast period. The market is driven by factors such as rising demand from supplement and preventive healthcare products, increasing deficiency of minerals among people (especially from developing countries such as Brazil), growing demand for chelated minerals in food additives, and growing restrictions on the use of antibiotics in livestock feed.
The magnesium glycinate segment accounted for the largest share of the glycinates market in 2016.
Based on type, the glycinates market has been segmented into magnesium glycinate, zinc glycinate, calcium glycinate, copper glycinate, manganese glycinate, and sodium glycinate. The magnesium glycinate segment accounted for the largest share in 2016. Magnesium plays a vital role in the bodys detoxification processes, as magnesium glycinate increases bioabsorbability and has major application in dietary supplements.
The dry segment, by form, accounted for a larger share of the glycinates market in 2016.
The dry segment accounted for a larger share of the global glycinates market in 2016. They are the most popular forms of glycinates preferred by the manufacturers, due to several benefits, including lower costs, along with the convenience of its usage in a wide range of applications such as food, feed, pharmaceutical, and personal care.
The feed additive segment, by application, accounted for a larger share of the glycinates market in 2016.
The feed additives segment accounted for a larger share of the global glycinates market in 2016. Increase in focus among manufacturers on animal feed, with increased opportunities in the dairy and meat industries, is one of the key factors for the consumption of glycinates in animal feed. Furthermore, incorporation of various ingredients in animal feed by manufacturers for improvement in the quality of meat has increased the demand for glycinates, with glycine being the most widely used chelate in the market for chelated feed minerals.
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