Native Starch Market is anticipated to cross US$ 7 Billion globally by the end of the year 2024.Starch is a polysaccharide which is made up of glucose and is cache carbohydrate of the plant kingdom. The Starch granules are lays into the roots, seeds, tubers of plants and stem pits as a cache food supply for periods of growth, dormancy, and germination. Starch takes place as a small granule differs in size from 1 to 100 microns, the shape and size of granules being plant specific. At the side of cellulose, also a glucose polymer starch is the most plenteous natural polysaccharide. Starch’s Chemical formula is (C 6H 10O 5) n and it can be classified as Carbohydrate.
However, all the Starch is summarization polymers of glucose, starch is not proportionate materials. Mainly starch consists of two types of glucose polymers i.e. a linear molecule, in which the glucose units are linked called amylose and a branched polymer wherein the linear molecule has branches concerned to it called amylopectin.
In addition, starch is consequent from cereal grains like wheat and maize and from tubers like potato, tapioca and arrow root or the pith of the sago plant. Renub research predicts that the largest quantity of starch is produced from wheat, maize, tapioca and potato. Maize starch is referred as corn starch as maize is called corn in the United States and also leads the producer of maize and maize consequent starch products. India only produced in significant quantities of maize and tapioca starches.
Market Segmentation of Native Starch
On the basis of raw materials, the native starch market is segmented as corn, wheat, cassava and potato. Native starch is used in soups desert puddings, sauces, and other food applications just to add to the taste and flavor of the food recipes.
Native starch market is also segmented on the basis of its application in various companies like processed food, Confectionery and Drinks, Corrugating and Paper Making, Feed, Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals and other nonfood. Native starch is widely used in dairy products, confectionery and bakery to provide texture and consistency to the final product and in pharmaceutical industry; it is used in the formulation of tablets.
On the basis of geography, the native starch market has been segmented into Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World. The native starch market is mostly dominated by Americas and Asia-Pacific. Americas is having the maximum production share among all the regions studied in this report.
Native Starch Market Key Players
Some of the key players in the global native starch market include Cargill, Ingredion, Tate & Lyle, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Riddhi Siddhi Gluco Biols Ltd. and Gulshan Polyols Ltd.
Renub Research report titled “Global Native Starch Market, Production & Forecast, By (Corn, Wheat, Cassava, Potato), By (Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, ROW) By (Confectionery & Drinks, Processed Food, Corrugating & Paper Making, Feed, Pharmaceuticals & Chemicals, Non-food)” studies the global starch market and production. This 175 page report with 153 Figures provides an all-encompassing analysis of the key growth drivers and restraining factors, market and production trends, and their projections for the upcoming years.
The report have been analyzed from mainly 2 viewpoints and further studied by 2 different perspectives.
1. Global Native Starch Market
- Raw Materials
2. Global Native Starch Production
- Raw Materials
Segmentation based on Raw Materials
Segmentation based on Region
- Asia Pacific
- Rest of the World
Segmentation based on Industry
- Confectionery and Drinks
- Processed Food
- Corrugating and Paper Making
- Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals
- Other non-food
Our Reports emphasizes on below mentioned points
- What will be the market for Global Native Starch by 2024?
- What will be the native starch production globally by 2024?
- Comprehensive geographical analysis of native starch
- Up-to-date analyses of native starch market and production
- Analysis of Drivers and Challenges
- Major competitors’ financial highlights