Native Starch Market, Production & Global Forecast, By Raw Materials
Native Starch Market is expected to be US$ 7.60 Billion globally by 2026. Global orecast, By Raw Materials (Corn, Wheat, Cassava, Potato), Regions (Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, ROW) and Company Analysis
By: Renub Research
Native starch has a long history of being used as a food source, but because of its abundance, nonfood applications have been developed. Available carbohydrates are mostly isolated from corn, wheat, potato, or cassava. The most commonly used native starches in global food processing are corn (dent, waxy maize, high amylose). By Industry Consumption, Confectionery, Corrugating and Paper Making and Drinks and Processed Food will be gardened in the forecast period.
In 2018, Cargill invested in potato starch production in Denmark. This investment demonstrated Cargill's to provide food manufacturing customers with the functional native starches they need to meet the demand of label-conscious consumers. During the coronavirus pandemic, some food and beverage manufacturers faced a lack of ingredients. To prevent a similar situation in the future, they are likely to diversify supplies by expanding the list of suppliers. Another possibility in the case of a shortage of raw materials may be the use of flexible rules for labelling ingredients for their substitution.
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