Calcium Propionate Market size was valued at USD 278.0 million in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 399.1 million by 2028, at a CAGR of 5.3% during the forecast period 2022 to 2028. Calcium propionate is a food additive, which acts as an antimicrobial agent and also used as preservative in the food products. Calcium propionate is prepared by the reaction of calcium hydroxide and propionic acid. It is majorly used in the animal feed, dairy products, and agriculture applications as mold inhibitors that enhances the shelf life of the products. Moreover, calcium propionate is a source of calcium and provide energy for dairy transition cows. Calcium propionate is an organic salt formed when calcium hydroxide reacts with propionic acid. This substance can be found in crystalline or powder form. Water solubility is a feature of calcium propionate, as is its very modest solubility in alcohol. Because of its capacity to inhibit the growth of moulds and other microbes, it is used as a food preservative in bread and other baked foods. Calcium Propionate is benign to these creatures, but it prevents them from reproducing, putting humans at risk.