(Food-Beverage-News.Com, January 04, 2021 ) Starch is an odourless, tasteless white substance occurring widely in plant tissues and obtained chiefly from corn, different cereals as well as potatoes. It is an essential constituent of the human diet, which helps in the storage of carbohydrates in the body. It is generally, found in a powder or spray form and used for ironing to stiffen fabric or clothing. According to Renub Research analysis, the global corn starch market would be US$ 70.4 Billion by the end of the year 2026.
Corn starch is found in three types especially, native corn starch, modified corn starch, and starch sugars. Starch sugars are prepared through the extraction of starch from corns and potatoes and are refined into sweeteners. Corn starch is used for household, culinary, and industrial purposes, and is often used as a thickening agent in food items. Nowadays, corn syrup and bioplastics are prepared through these corn starches.
Currently, organic starch has high demand due to its tremendous benefits offered through it as the demand for food & beverage in United States has been upsurged. Due to the growing adoption of convenience foods and increasingly hectic lifestyles supports the environment for the incorporation of starch in food and beverages market. The renowned company Cargill has introduced a reduced sugar option in its newest sweetener product C✩TruSweet® 01795.
Renub Research report titled “Corn Starch Market, & Forecast, by Production (Native Starch, Modified Starch, Sweeteners), Countries (Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, ROW) Applications (Confectionery & Drinks, Processed Food, Corrugating & Paper Making, Feed, Pharmaceuticals & Chemicals, Non-food) Companies (Cargill, Ingredion, Archer Daniels, Midland Company, Tate & Lyle, Agrana)” studies the global Corn Starch market and volume in-depth and provides an all-encompassing analysis of the key growth drivers and preventive factors, market and volume trends, key players and their projections for the future.
By Product Corn Starch Market is divided into Modified Starch, Native Starch, and Sweeteners.
The corn starch market is divided into modified starch, native starch, and sweeteners based on items. Cornstarch is used in food products only to improve the flavour and taste of the food, for example, it has been commonly used in soups, salads, sauces, etc. and in many types of non-food items.
Corn Starch Market has been fragmented by Application
On the basis of its Application In many sectors, such as corrugating and paper manufacturing, confectionery and beverages, pharmaceuticals, chemical industries, processed foods and other non-food industries, the corn starch market is listed. Besides, in industries such as pharmaceuticals, confectionery, bakery processed foods, and everyday goods, Cornstarch offers structure and consistency in the final products.
Corn Starch Market have been segmented by Regions
The corn starch market is globally dominated based on the region, North America and the Asia Pacific. In addition, this study studies the demand for corn starch in the Asia-Pacific, North America, Europe, and the rest of the world.
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