DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Corn Glucose Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2017 - 2022" report to their offering.
The global corn glucose market reached a volume of around 3.5 Million Tons in 2016, representing a CAGR of 1.2% during 2009-2016.
Corn glucose, also referred to as glucose syrup, is a food syrup obtained by the hydrolysis of corn starch. It is mainly a concentrated source of calories with very little nutritional value. Over the past several years, corn glucose has emerged as a popular substitute for sugar. The demand of corn glucose in the food processing industry has also witnessed strong growth in the last few years.
It is principally used as a key ingredient in commercially prepared foods for enhancing flavour, improving colour, adding volume and providing a smooth texture to the food. As it helps in preventing crystallization of sugar, corn glucose is extensively used in confectionery, jams, tinned fruits, ice cream, sorbets, beverages, dairy desserts, biscuits, pastry, cereals, ketchup, sauces, vitamin tonics and cough medication.
The report has segmented the market on the basis of major regions. China currently represents both the world's largest producer and consumer of corn glucose and accounts for around 40% of the total global production. China is followed by the United States and Europe.
The report has also analysed some of the key players operating in the global corn glucose market which include Global Sweeteners Holding Ltd., Roquette, Cargill, Ingredion and ADM.
Key Topics Covered:
2 Research Methodology
3 Executive Summary
5 Global Corn Industry
6 Global Sweetener Industry
7 Global Corn Glucose Industry
8 Performance of Key Regions
9 Competitive Landscape
10 Corn Glucose Manufacturing Process
11 Project Details, Requirements and Costs Involved
12 Loans and Financial Assistance
13 Project Economics
14 Key Player Profiles
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