Worldwide Market Reports added Latest Research Report titled “Meat Glue Market – Global Industry Insights, Trends, Outlook, and Opportunity Analysis, 2018-2026” to its Large Report database.
Meat glue, also known as transglutaminase (TG), is an enzyme that has the ability to permanently bind proteins through the formation of covalent bonds. TG forms cross-linked, insoluble, and irreversible protein polymers and is sold with the brand name Activa. Stable polymers of meat glue is found in blood clots, human skin, and hair.
Bacteria is cultivated using the blood plasma from cows and pigs to make transglutaminase. Some TG is made from cultivating bacteria using vegetable and plant extracts. Most TGs are mixed with other ingredients, including gelatin and caseinate (milk derivative).
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Meat glue is widely used for beef and pork restructuring, especially in food items that are high in protein and low in fat. Transglutaminase can be mixed with water or can be used dry and extensively suitable for products that contain ingredients such as transglutaminase, maltodextrin, and skim milk powder. This in turn, is boosting growth of the meat glue market.
This is the most preferred component for bonding meats, as a certain type of meat glue called GS can set on the meat without deactivating. This type of meat glue contains sodium chloride, gelatin, trisodium phosphate, maltodextrin, transglutaminase, and safflower oil, and thus serves as an essential ingredient in meat binding. Increasing urbanization is increasing the demand for meat and reconstructing meat products in turn is fueling demand for meat glue, thus boosting growth of the meat glue market.
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Global regulatory bodies such as FDA and USDA, approved the use of TG enzyme as generally recognized as safe (GRAS). The USDA approves the use of neurotoxins (MSG, aspartame, and fluoride), pesticides and herbicides, and growth hormone, and antibiotic-injected meats. This in turn, increases trust among consumers regarding the safeness of the product.
Ajinomoto Co., Inc. is a Japanese food and chemical corporation involved in the production of seasonings, cooking oils, TV dinners, sweeteners, amino acids, and pharmaceuticals. The Ajinomoto Company first manufactured Activa, its meat glue product. The company was also the first to bring MSG (monosodium glutamate) to the market.
Fibrimex is another major company involved in the production of cold set binding of fresh meat such as Fibrinogen and Thrombin. The company aims to produce such meat products that help lower the cooking loss after frying or roasting. Its meat glue is widely used as a food additive in meat products due to its binding and juicy properties.
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