Selbyville, Delaware, November 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) –
Rare sugar market income is expected to exceed $ 1.7 billion by 2027, according to a new research report from Global Market Insights Inc. Growing requirements for high-quality sweeteners and sugar additives in the food industry, as well that improved safety, reliability, product suitability, and safety have improved product demand.
Key properties include low glycemic index, lower calorie concentration, increased nutritional value and product stabilization which make the product suitable for maintaining immunity, digestion and insulin regulation. These multiple advantages of rare sugar should propel its demand in the food industry.
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Some of the key findings of the Rare Sugar Market report include:
- Pharmaceutical applications segment is expected to register more than 5% CAGR from 2021 to 2027 due to the growth of the pharmaceutical industry, especially after covid-19.
- The Allulose segment is expected to post a significant CAGR of over 9.5% due to the upward trend of organic and natural products in several industries including pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, cosmetics and many more.
- The application of dietary supplements holds the significant share of around 35% in the global market due to the growing awareness of consumers towards health and diet.
- The D-Mannose rare sugars segment exceeded $ 800 million in 2020 and is expected to register over 4% CAGR through 2027. D-Mannose solutions are widely used in sweeteners in pharmaceuticals and supplements.
- The North American market is expected to exceed $ 665 million by 2027 due to the boom in the cosmetics and pharmaceutical industry in the region.
Browse key industry insights spread over 170 pages with 155 market data tables and 28 report figures and charts, “Rare Sugar Market Statistics by Application (Dietary Supplements, Cosmetics & Personal Care, Pharmaceuticals, Food & Beverages), Product (D-Mannose, Allulose, Tagatose, D-xylose, L-Arabinose, L-Fucose) Report Industry Analysis, Regional Outlook, Application Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share and Forecast, 2021 – 2027»In detail with the table of contents:
The rare tagatose sugar market is expected to exceed USD 65 million by 2027 at a CAGR of over 5%. Tagatose, a rare naturally occurring ketohexose, is an isomer of D-galactose and an epimer of D-fructose found in small amounts in various foods such as sterilized and powdered cow’s milk, a variety of cheeses, yogurts and other dairy products. Increasing scope in food and pharmaceutical formulations, such as stability in food and drink, clinical trials for drug application are fueling product demand.
The European rare sugar market is expected to reach over $ 290 million by 2027. The Europe region is seeing a sharp rise in diabetes, obesity and infections, forcing industry players to change the way whose products are marketed. The rapid adoption of rare sugar in the manufacture of baked goods, chocolates, beverages, snacks and instant food preparations is becoming a norm. Industry players in the region are also investing in the development of indigenous extraction technology with high quality organic ingredients with the aim of obtaining the purest form of rare sugar.
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