World Native Starch Market to Reach USD 7 Bn by 2024, Predicts Renub Research in Its New Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
25 Oct 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The native starch market is anticipated to cross the USD 7 billion mark globally by 2024-end. Starch is a polysaccharide which consists of glucose and is cache carbohydrate of the plant kingdom.
The biggest quantity of starch is produced from wheat, maize (corn), tapioca and potato. Native maize starch (known as corn starch in the USA) is extracted from maize, purified and then dried. India is engaged in the production of large quantities of native maize and tapioca starches.
As for applications, native starch is broadly utilised in dairy products, confectionery and bakery to give consistency and texture to the end-use product. It also finds application in the pharma sector in tablet formulation.
Geography-wise, the Americas and APAC dominate the native starch market. The Americas boast the lion’s production share worldwide.
Tate & Lyle, Gulshan Polyols, Cargill, Ingredion, Riddhi Siddhi Gluco Biols and Archer Daniels Midland Company, amid others, are some of the prominent players in the world native starch market.
New research report “Global Native Starch Market, Production & Forecast” drawn up by Renub Research is dedicated to analysing the world starch marketplace.
The study provides detailed market segmentation by raw materials and industry consumption. The research publication also offers a detailed analysis of the native starch market by geography. It sheds light on the native starch production processes, market shares by production. A comprehensive review of the processing process is at hand in the report, too. Furthermore, the report provides an all-round analysis of the major market growth drivers and challenges, market and manufacturing trends, and their projections for the years to come. The study includes granular profiles of the 5 dominant players and reveals the competitors’ financial details.
More new reports prepared by Renub Research are available at its page at MarketPublishers.com.