EU Wheat Starch Market Recovered by 16% in 2010 According to BAC Report Re-cently Published by MarketPublishers.com
18 Jan 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – After 3 year recession EU wheat starch consumption is recovering. In 2010 it grew by 16% and amounted 927,000 tons.
Germany is the major producer of wheat starch within European Union. The country shares 43% in total EU-27 output. Wheat starch production volume in Germany increased almost 20% in 2010 and achieved 422,500 tons.
In 2010 EU exported 59,820 tons of wheat starch. Major destinations were Switzerland, Russia, and etc.
Wheat starch is used both in industrial and food applications. As industrial material it is widely used in printing and papermaking, for textile chemicals, bioplastics and polymers production, in oil exploration and hydrogen manufacturing. In the food sector wheat starch is used as a food additive.
Wheat Starch market in EU-27 is comprehensively reviewed and analyzed in the report "Wheat Starch: European Union Market Outlook 2011 and Forecast till 2016" prepared by BAC and recently published by The Market Publishers, Ltd.
Title: Wheat Starch: European Union Market Outlook 2011 and Forecast till 2016
Published: December 2011
The report features an in-depth analysis of the European Union market for wheat starch, offering data on EU total and local markets. It covers current statistics, historical background and future forecast. Complete data on production, consumption, prices, and trade statistics and forecasts through 2016 build up a full picture of the market landscape.
The report is included into the recently updated European Union Market Reports Package that features a wide range of other EU market research reports.
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