Micellar Casein Market 2021 Industry Research, Segmentation, Key Players Analysis and Forecast to 2031

Micellar casein market, derived from milk has been exhibiting application across diverse sectors. Its increase use for meeting the demand for essential amino acids for healthy living will push the micellar casein market’s overall value to nearly US$ 510 Mn by 2021.

A recent market study published by Future Market Insights on the micellar casein market offers global industry analysis for 2016-2020 & opportunity assessment for 2021–2031. The study offers a comprehensive assessment of the most important market dynamics. After conducting a thorough research on the historical, as well as current growth parameters of the micellar casein market, the growth prospects of the market are obtained with maximum precision.

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Consumers’ preferences towards protein-rich diet is driving the growth of micellar casein market globally. Micellar casein is a protein found in regular dairy milk processed through filtrations. Processed food products are rapidly growing accelerating the demand for micellar protein. Demand for functional beverages and nutritional food is triggering the growth of micellar casein market. Alongside micellar casein is a slow realising protein and have all nine amino acids.

The rising demand for multiple protein sources among athletes and sportsperson, will aid the expansion of the market. Micellar casein is used as supplements to reduce muscles pain and is increasingly included in nutritional powder or bars. Furthermore, micellar casein is used in healthcare industry to reduce weight, prevent heart related disease and many more. Consumption of micellar casein is more in concentrated form than isolated form as it is easy to use and convenient. The concentrated form of micellar casein held 65.5% of the market in 2020.

New technologies and filtration methods for instance microfiltration, ultrafiltration, Nano filtration, and reverse osmosis are undertaken to facilitate the production of un-denatured proteins. Nowadays, micellar casein manufactures are using ceramic membranes for filtration. FMI expects global micellar casein market to grow with a CAGR of 6.1% through 2031

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Key Segments


  • Micellar Casein Isolate
  • Micellar Casein Concentrated


  • Beverages & Smoothies
  • Clinical Nutrition
  • Bakery
  • Meat Products
  • Nutritional Powders & Bars
  • Protein Fortification
  • Dairy Beverages
  • Supplements
  • Infant Nutrition
  • Fresh Dairy Products
  • Cheese
  • Others

Sales Channel

  • B2B
  • B2C
    • Specialty Stores
    • Modern Trade
    • Grocery Stores
    • Sports Stores
    • Online Channel
    • Others


  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • East Asia
  • South Asia
  • Middle East and Africa (MEA)
  • Oceania

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Key Questions Answered in the Report

Q1. Which is the most lucrative market for Micellar Casein?

Europe is the largest market for micellar casein, accounting for 41.7% of the global micellar market. Within Europe, Germany stands as the dominant market for micellar casein.

Q2. Which type of micellar casein is most preferred?

Micellar casein concentrate is highly sought-after. It has been forecast to continue leading the micellar casein market among product types through the forecast period.

Q3. Which are some of the leading companies offering micellar casein?

Some of the leading companies operating in the micellar casein market are Milk Specialties Global, The Milky Whey, Inc., ProteinCo, Idaho Milk Products, Nutrimed Healthcare Private Limited, AMCO Proteins, Ingredia SA, Arla Foods Ingredients Group P/S, Glanbia Nutritionals, Inc., Havero Hoogwegt, FrieslandCampina Domo and others.

Q4. Which is the highly sought-after application of micellar casein?

Micellar casein is increasingly used in supplements. Being a ‘slow-release’ protein, micellar casein results in maximum release of amino acids in the blood only three to four hours after consumption. This is in sharp contrast to whey protein, which leads to a peak in blood amino acids within 20–40 minutes of consumption.

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