LMC has over 30 years of wide-ranging expertise in analysing and modelling agricultural commodity markets, notably the oilseeds (oils and meals), sugar (and molasses) and grains markets, throughout the value chain. This, taken together with our extensive industry contacts, provides a firm grounding for a comprehensive and detailed analysis of the feed ingredients sector.
Our assignments in the feed ingredients sector can vary from a detailed analysis of a specific or niche market, to a more broad brush evaluation of the future for the sector. Much of our work in this area has taken the form of confidential consultancy assignments, tailor made to each client's specific requirements. These have taken the form of telephone consultations, written reports, board-level presentations and brainstorming events and workshops.
The rapid growth in demand for plant and animal protein globally is an emerging trend and raises the question, are we entering a “protein decade”? What will it mean for different proteins and end-use sectors going forward? This new report answers key questions such as: How will protein demand evolve for the animal feed, food and pet food sectors around the world? How will demand for different types of proteins change out to 2025?
LMC’s new global report provides detailed analysis of the evolution of the aquaculture and aquafeed sector over the next ten years, in the light of the increases in fishmeal prices that have led to rapid growth in alternative feed ingredients. The study projects the growth in farmed fish, by species – globally and by region – and in demand for fishmeal and a range of substitute aquafeed products, such as soy protein concentrates, vital wheat gluten, and corn gluten meal.
If you have a particular project that you would like to discuss in confidence, then please do not hesitate to contact us.