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Global Cassava Starch Market to Reach US$ 8.1 Billion by 2026
The global cassava starch market is driven by the increasing food industries are amongst the most significant users of starch and starch products.
By: Renub Research
The global industrial application of cassava starch has a tremendous diversity of its uses of cassava starch. As an ingredient in several industries, native and modified cassava starch has been widely utilized. Indeed, cassava starch consumption in industrial applications has been more related to economics than any unique functionality. In general, confectionery & drinks and processed food use cassava starch as a thickener and stabilizer. Similarly, Corrugating and Paper Making are significant users of starch.
Food Industries Holds Lion's Share in The Market:
The food industries are amongst the most significant users of starch and starch products. Additionally, large quantities of starch are sold in processed products sold in small packages for household cooking. Bakery, cassava starch is used in biscuit making to increase volume and crispness. In addition, cassava starch is used in sweetened and unsweetened biscuits and cream sandwiches to soften the texture. Add taste and render the biscuit non-stick. Apart from cassava being utilized in the food industry, it is also applied in feeding animals, confectionery & drinks, corrugating & paper making, non-food and pharmaceuticals & chemicals.
Application of Cassava Starch in Confectioneries:
Principally, cassava starch is used in the production of gums. Pastes and other types of sweets are constituents in making moulds or for dusting sweets to prevent them from sticking together. In addition, starch and modified starches are also used to manufacture numerous candies, such as toffee, hard and soft gums, jellybeans, boiled sweets (hard candy), fondants and Turkish delight.
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