Probiotics are beneficial for boosting the levels of good bacteria in the intestines of poultry birds for maintaining optimal health. They are also helpful in absorbing nutrients and digestion which lets the poultry birds consume less to obtain the same nutritional levels out of the feeds. In addition, they bolster the immune system and increase the growth rates.

More importantly, probiotics protect the birds from bacteria like e. Coli and salmonella while helping in improving the quality of the egg and the rate of its production. It is benefits like these that encourage the utilization of poultry probiotic ingredients.

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Speaking of which, the Poultry Probiotic Ingredients Market size exceeded USD 85 million in 2020 and is estimated to grow at over 6% CAGR between 2021 and 2027.

Consumption of poultry probiotic ingredients set to rise with the increased usage of Bacillus as a probiotic agent

Growing demand for poultry products has increased the production of broilers, making it a lucrative food industry across the world. Strict regulations have banned the usage of antibiotic growth promoters for animal husbandry in some countries. This has resulted in probiotics being an effective option as growth promoting agents.

Bacillus-based probiotics are promising alternatives in comparison to traditional probiotics owing to their capability of forming spores. These organisms are meant to obtain numerous probiotic effects but are not restrained to the reduction in the ubiquity of poultry pathogens, which helps in absorption and digestion owing to the production of different benefits from immunomodulation and exogenous enzymes.

Moreover, there are benefits in the efficiency and cost of the selection, development and isolation processes. In addition, many Bacillus probiotics are safe with tolerant spores. Apart from these considerations, an important advantage of using Bacilli as a probiotic is their vigorous nature during industrial production. This is because spores can survive the downstream processing conditions, retain viability when formulated in probiotic products and are produced at high cell density.

With such a wide range of advantages, the consumption of poultry probiotic ingredients will showcase excellent growth numbers over the projected timeframe.

Increased consumption of poultry meat in Asia Pacific to spur the production of poultry probiotic ingredients

Growing population coupled with a soaring middle-class population has increased the demand for eggs and poultry meat in Asia. Countries like India and China, the top two populous nations of the world, have primarily witnessed this trend. Also, improving disposable incomes along with reduced costs of rearing chickens has boosted its consumption in the region. Furthermore, expanding fast food industry in Asia Pacific has also contributed to the increased consumption of chicken.

More importantly, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of consuming eggs and chicken as COVID patients are highly recommended to have a proteinaceous diet to increase their recovery rate. With this added benefit, the demand for poultry products will escalate, thus prompting the utilization of poultry probiotic ingredients for producing them.

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