(Português) Mercado de substitutos da carne deve valer U$ 5,81 bilhões até 2022

IN ORIGINAL LANGUAGES, 10 Sep 2018

David Arioch | Vegazeta – TRANSCEND Media Service

PTS, seitan, micoproteína e hambúrguer baseado em proteína de trigo.
(Fotos: Divulgação)

3 set 2018 – De acordo com um relatório da empresa de pesquisa de mercado Grand View Research, Inc, de São Francisco, o mercado de substitutos da carne deve valer 5,81 bilhões de dólares até 2022. A principal justificativa apontada pela empresa é a preferência por uma dieta isenta de alimentos de origem animal.

Por enquanto, os substitutos da carne baseados em soja estão liderando o mercado, seguido por substitutos à base de trigo e micoproteínas (baseadas em fungos). A proteína texturizada de soja (PTS) está em primeiro lugar.

No entanto, até 2022, substitutos da carne à base de trigo, como o seitan, devem conquistar maior participação no mercado, principalmente na América do Sul, América Central e Ásia. Atualmente a Europa responde pelo maior mercado de alternativas à carne, e a tendência é que continue assim, segundo o relatório.

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David Arioch é body builder, jornalista, pesquisador e documentarista. Trabalha profissionalmente há dez anos com jornalismo cultural e literário. “O mais importante é eu estar em sintonia com o que estou produzindo. Atualmente escrevo bastante sobre vegetarianismo, veganismo e direitos animais, porque são assuntos que me interessam muito.” Leia mais…

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