Global Glucose Syrup Market is Projected to Grow at a Healthy CAGR by 2022

Global Glucose Syrup Market accounted for $XX million in 2016 and is expected to reach $XX million by 2022 growing at a CAGR of XX% from 2016 to 2022. Growing demand for convenience food, increasing demand for glucose syrup in baked food items and in candy preparation are some of the key factors fuelling the market growth. Moreover, need to curtail costs, strength of private label brands, R&D investments by food & beverages industries and increased competition among market players are the factors supporting the growth of glucose syrup market. However, adverse effects related to heavy intake of glucose syrup is restraining the market. In Emerging regions, due to their higher disposable incomes people are demanding more convenience food & beverages which has led to the growth of glucose syrup market.

By application, food & beverages segment is expected to dominate the overall glucose syrup market in 2016 and is projected to sustain its growth over the forecast period. North America and Asia Pacific regions are anticipated to be the largest markets for glucose syrup. In Asia Pacific, China, Australia and New Zealand are the leading countries for the production of glucose syrup.

Some of the major players in the glucose syrup market are Agrana Group, Archer Daniels, Midland, Avebe U.A., Bakers Kitchen, Beneo, Cargill, Inc, DGF Service, Dr. Oetker, Grain Processing Corporation, Ingredion, Karo Syrup, L’Epicerie, Queen Fine Foods, Roquette Frères, Sunar Misir and Tate & Lyle.

Syrup Types Covered:
Low Dextrose Equivalent Value Glucose Syrup
High Dextrose Equivalent Value Glucose Syrup

Distribution channels Covered:
Online stores
Grocery stores
Hypermarkets/Supermarkets

Applications Covered:
Animal Feed
Personal Care/Cosmetics
Food & Beverages
Industrial Applications
Pharmaceutical (Drug formulations)
Paper & Pulp Industry

 

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