Soy lecithin is a type of compound commonly used to make food that consists of fatty acids, glycerol, phospholipids and other compounds. The following two reports take a closer look at the soy lecithin market and where it's headed.
Soy lecithin is food additive that offers several noteworthy benefits. For starters, it's able to extend the shelf life of foods to prevent spoilage. This makes it a smart investment for food companies. Additionally, however, there are nutritional benefits associated with soy lecithin.
It contains a plethora of vitamins and nutrients, which is why some companies use soy lecithin in dietary and nutritional supplements.
Furthermore, there's some belief that soy lecithin is good for people with allergies. Soy is typically a common cause of allergies. There are millions of people worldwide who are allergic to soy. Soy lecithin, however, is generally safe and doesn't trigger a reaction. This is because soy lecithin doesn't contain protein, which is the root cause of soy-related allergies.
The Global Food Grade Soy Lecithin Market Research 2017 report by The Market Reports is comprehensive study of the global food grade soy lecithin market. Not all soy lecithin is intended for human consumption -- and this study focuses specifically on soy lecithin that can be safely consumed. So, what benefits does food grade soy lecithin offer? One study found that people who consumed it on a regular basis experienced lower LDL cholesterol levels than their counterparts who didn't consume it. This, of course, is a major health benefit considering that high LDL cholesterol is a key risk factor of heart disease.
Some of the key soy lecithin vendors profiled in this report include Cargill, Danisco, ADM, Lipoid, Ruchi Soya, Bunge, Shankar Soya Concepts, Denofa, Lucas Meyer, Marathwada Chemical, Jiusan Group, Merya's Lecithin, Gushen Biological Technology, Shandong Bohi Industry and others.
The Global Soy Lecithin Powders Sales Market 2017 report by The Market Reports is a second professional study of the global soy lecithin market, though it focuses specifically on powders. Among other things, it reveals the market's trends, definitions, classification, chain structure, growth rate, drivers, challenges and more. Whether you are a consumer of lecithin or an investor in the market, you should consider buying this report. It provides a thorough and complete analysis of the global soy lecithin powder market, revealing where it's at and where it's headed.
This report segments the global soy lecithin market by several criteria. On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into unnatural and natural lecithin, refined lecithin, and chemically modified lecithin products. On the basis of end-user application, the market is segmented into livestock and poultry feed, aquatic feed, pet feed and other. Each segment is thoroughly scrutinized.
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