Italy Artificial Meat Market size is expected to reach nearly US$ 2248.1 Mn by 2026 with the CAGR of 9.54% during the forecast period. To Know About The Research Methodology :- Request Free Sample Report
Italy Artificial Meat Market Overview:The development of Italy Artificial Meat is credited to the startups which are entering the market, due to the growing number of investors, like Cargill & Tyson Foods.Numerous other factors which are anticipated to drive the Artificial Meat market industry containimprovements in cellular agriculture & the increasing inclination toward animal welfare &ecological sustainability. Increasing consumption of meat with growing demand for nutritional meat is estimated to help the market developmentover the forecast period. This rising trend of protein consumption is anticipated to present some opportunities for many meat processors & food firms to invest in alternative meat protein likeartificial meatto fulfill customer demand. Increasing trend of protein consumption: The Italy market for artificial meat alternatives may be rising – but despite extensive concern about the environmental, health & animal welfare influences of meat, so is the market for conventional meat. Despite what many customers claim about their distinct habits, artificial meat foods are not yet substituting a large amount of meat. According to the MMR report study, per capita meat consumption has continued relatively flat in Italy since 2010, & it supposes consumption to endure growing across most product categories. People have been consuming more chicken & poultry, in specific but they have been dropping down on red and processed meat. Substituting red meat: However, moving preferences for diverse kinds of meat propose the health & environmental messages around red & processed meat are movingcustomer choices, nudging individuals toward poultry & dairy in specific as they look for substitutes.From a health viewpoint, for example, processed meats have been linked to an 18 percent higher risk of colorectal cancer for each added 50 grams consumed per day equivalent to about 2 rashers of bacon or 1 sausage. But in terms of complete risk, this means the likelihood of emerging colorectal cancer rises from about 5 in 100 to 6 in 100 if anindividual eats 50 grams of processed meat per day. The MMR Report has listed artificial meats as Group one carcinogens, alongside tobacco smoking & asbestos, but an 18 percent improved risk of colorectal cancer is minute when compared to smoking, which rises relative risk for lung cancer by 2,500 percent. And the MMR report says a “probable” connection between red meat and colorectal cancer has been more problematic to confirm or quantify. But, damaging news stories have led several customers to cut back on these products, although they seem more likely to shift to other meats than to pick vegetarian proteins. Taste, texture, pleasure & culture: People associate meat with family recipes & memories &, quite simply, they like it. At the same period, messaging around dropping meat consumption sometimes takes a very critical tone, which people obviously want to reject. On the ecological side too, a growing number of customers is trying to eat meat in a more responsible manner, selecting products with higher animal safety standards, like grass-fed beef & free range chicken. Persons will catch information in the media with social media that supports their favored perspective. Meat Consumption: In Italy, situations for reducing beef consumption are steady with major health & environmental co-benefits on present& future generations. Consequences support current policies to endorse healthier behavior towards red & processed meat in the mature population within atotal balanced & healthy dietary pattern. Per capita consumption of beef meat in Italy The poultry segment is anticipated to lead the artificial meat market, based on the source, over the forecast period. This is credited to the rising popularity of poultry products in many quick-service restaurants (QSRs) has stimulatedproducers to develop pioneeringsubstitute products to meet future demand from meat customers. The artificial chicken products are anticipated to have a lower price as compared to other bases& gain extensive popularity around the world. The increasing demand for chicken meat, due to the rising urban population in Italy, is estimated to support the artificial meat market. The trend of dining out &great R&D investment by businesseslike Tyson Foods & Cargill are some of the main factors that are estimated to increase the poultry sector as well as other sectors of the market space in Italy. The report covers Poultry,Pork, Beef, Duck with detailed analysis Italy Artificial Meat Market industry with the classifications of the market on the, Product, Application & region. Analysis of past market dynamics from 2016 to 2019 is given in the report, which will help readers to benchmark the past trends with current market scenarios with the key players' contribution in it. The report has profiled fifteen key players in the market from different regions. However, the report has considered all market leaders, followers, and new entrants with investors while analyzing the market and estimation the size of the same. The manufacturing environment in each region is different and focus is given on the regional impact on the cost of manufacturing, supply chain, availability of raw Products, labor cost, availability of advanced Type, trusted vendors are analyzed and the report has come up with recommendations for a future hot spot in five regions. The major country’s policies about manufacturing & Covid 19 impact on demand side are covered in the report.
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Italy Artificial Meat Market Key Players• MosaMeat • Just, Inc • SuperMeat • Aleph Farms Ltd • Finless Foods Inc • Integriculture • Balletic Foods • Future Meat Technologies Ltd • Avant Meats Company Limited • Higher Steaks • Appleton Meats • Fork & Goode • Biofood Systems LTD • Mission Barns • BlueNalu, Inc. • Mutable..
Italy Artificial Meat Market1. Preface 1.1. Market Definition and Key Research Objectives 1.2. Research Highlights 2. Assumptions and Research Methodology 2.1. Report Assumptions 2.2. Abbreviations 2.3. Research Methodology 2.3.1. Secondary Research 18.104.22.168. Secondary data 22.214.171.124. Secondary Sources 2.3.2. Primary Research 126.96.36.199. Data from Primary Sources 188.8.131.52. Breakdown of Primary Sources 3. Executive Summary: Italy Artificial Meat Market Size, by Market Value (US$ Mn) 3.1. Italy Market Segmentation 3.2. Italy Market Segmentation Share Analysis, 2019 3.3. Geographical Snapshot of the Artificial Meat Market 3.4. Geographical Snapshot of the Artificial Meat Market, By Manufacturer share 4. Italy Artificial Meat Market Overview, 2019-2026 4.1. Market Dynamics 4.1.1. Drivers 4.1.2. Restraints 4.1.3. Opportunities 4.1.4. Challenges 4.1.5. Industry Trends and Emerging Technologies 4.1.6. Porters Five Forces Analysis 184.108.40.206. Threat of New Entrants 220.127.116.11. Bargaining Power of Buyers/Consumers 18.104.22.168. Bargaining Power of Suppliers 22.214.171.124. Threat of Substitute Products 126.96.36.199. Intensity of Competitive Rivalry 4.1.7. Value Chain Analysis 4.1.8. Technological Roadmap 4.1.9. Regulatory landscape 4.1.10. Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on the Italy Artificial Meat Market 5. Supply Side and Demand Side Indicators 6. Italy Artificial Meat Market Analysis and Forecast, 2019-2026 6.1. Italy Artificial Meat Market Size & Y-o-Y Growth Analysis. 7. Italy Artificial Meat Market Analysis and Forecasts, 2019-2026 7.1. Market Size (Value) Estimates & Forecast By Product, 2019-2026 7.1.1. Poultry 7.1.2. Pork 7.1.3. Beef 7.1.4. Duck 7.2. Market Size (Value) Estimates & Forecast By Application, 2019-2026 188.8.131.52. Nuggets 184.108.40.206. Sausages 220.127.116.11. Burgers 18.104.22.168. Meatballs, 22.214.171.124. Hot dogs 8. Competitive Landscape 8.1. Geographic Footprint of Major Players in the Italy Artificial Meat Market 8.2. Competition Matrix 8.2.1. Competitive Benchmarking of Key Players By Price, Presence, Market Share, Applications and R&D Investment 8.2.2. New Product Launches and Product Enhancements 8.2.3. Market Consolidation 126.96.36.199. M&A by Regions, Investment and Verticals 188.8.131.52. M&A, Forward Integration and Backward Integration 184.108.40.206. Partnership, Joint Ventures and Strategic Alliances/ Sales Agreements 8.3. Company Profile : Key Players 8.3.1. MosaMeat. 220.127.116.11. Company Overview 18.104.22.168. Financial Overview 22.214.171.124. Geographic Footprint 126.96.36.199. Product Portfolio 188.8.131.52. Business Strategy 184.108.40.206. Recent Developments 8.3.2. Just, Inc 8.3.3. SuperMeat 8.3.4. Aleph Farms Ltd 8.3.5. Finless Foods Inc 8.3.6. Integriculture 8.3.7. Balletic Foods 8.3.8. Future Meat Technologies Ltd 8.3.9. Avant Meats Company Limited 8.3.10. Higher Steaks 8.3.11. Appleton Meats 8.3.12. Fork & Goode 8.3.13. Biofood Systems LTD 8.3.14. Mission Barns 8.3.15. BlueNalu, Inc. 8.3.16. Mutable 8.3.17. Seafuture Sustainable Biotech 8.3.18. Shiok Meats 8.3.19. Wild Type 8.3.20. Lab farm Foods 8.3.21. Kiran Meats 8.3.22. Cubiq Foods 8.3.23. Cell Farm FOOD Tech 8.3.24. GranjuaCelular S.A. 9. Primary Key Insights