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March 27, 2017

 

Top vendors in non-GMO feed market for 2017-2021 announced

 


Technavio has announced the top six leading vendors in their recent global non-GMO animal feed market 2017-2021 report.


This market research report also lists 29 other prominent vendors that are expected to impact the market during the forecast period.


Competitive vendor landscape


According to the research, the global non-GMO animal feed market in developed countries is at a relatively mature stage. However, there is ample space for non-GMO animal feed manufacturers to explore the potential markets in APAC.


With an expanding target population base that has less awareness of non-GMO animal feed products, the markets in fast-growing countries such as China, India, and Indonesia present a considerable growth opportunity for players. Still, the premium pricing of non-GMO animal feed products tends to limit their adoption in these countries, which are predominantly price-sensitive.


"Vendors must take advantage of government policies and offer financial support and advice, in order to, encourage farming systems to adopt non-GMO animal feed. This will help them to expand their customer base in the APAC region," Manjunath Reddy, Technavio's lead analyst for food research, says.


Technavio food and beverage market research analysts identify the following key vendors:


Canadian Organic Feeds


Canadian Organic Feeds engages in the manufacturing, marketing, and distribution of organic feed products and is certified by Pro-Cert Organic Systems, a leading certifier of organic products in North America.


The company says that its products do not contain buffers, fillers, or animal by-products.


Hiland Naturals


Hiland Naturals offers a wide range of non-GMO organic livestock feed products for poultry, goat, swine, cattle, sheep, and rabbit. Feed products offered by the company are non-GMO project verified, approved by the Animal Welfare Institute, mycotoxin tested, herbicide and pesticide tested, and preservative free.


The company has mills in Arkansas, Ohio, and Pennsylvania in the US.


Scratch and Peck Feeds


Scratch and Peck Feeds offers a wide range of non-GMO organic chicken feed, turkey feed, pig feed, goat feed, and supplements. Its feed products are free from soy and canola, while its natural line of products is free from corn as well.


The company sources its grains from the regional organic farmers in the Pacific Northwest.


Texas Natural Feeds


Texas Natural Feeds offers a wide range of non-GMO organic livestock feed products for poultry, goat, swine, sheep, and rabbit. The standard non-GMO feed products offered by the company are prepared using peanut meal, oats, sorghum grain, brewer's yeast, probiotics, fishmeal, diatomaceous earth, and a vitamin/mineral premix.


Zeeland Farm Services


Zeeland Farm Services is among the leading exporters of non-GMO soy products in the US. The company exports about 50,000 tonnes of soybean, soybean meals, and soybean oil across the globe.


The company's production facilities are also certified non-GMO by Cert ID, a leading food safety certification provider in the world.


- BUSINESS WIRE / Technavio

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