Starch Based Edible Coating Market Outlook and Opportunities in Grooming Regions

Posted by Arslan on July 25th, 2019

The report offers authentic information to readers about the starch based edible coating market, which is meant to assist them in planning market strategies based on robust insights about starch based edible coating market. This further gives the players operating in starch based edible coating market a better idea about the current and the future growth potential of the starch based edible coating market. Relying on the report insights and information offered on starch based edible coating market, readers can make well informed and smart decisions to gain a pole position in the starch based edible coating market.

Over 60% of overall volume sales in the market were accounted by the corn starch based edible coatings in 2018. Corn starch reinforced with glycerol and nutmeg oil nanoemulsion are sought-after among food producers, as it facilitates enhancing functional and mechanical attributes of the edible films. Key players in the starch based edible coatings market have also been working on the incorporation of fatty acids into corn starch based variants, to ebb their hygroscopic nature and improve water vapor permeability.

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North America Starch Based Edible Market to Witness Sales of More Than 25,000 Tons in 2019

According to Fact.MR study, North America, led by robust demand in the US, will continue to lead the global starch based edible coating market. Starch based edible coating sales in the US will be sustained by rising adoption in food industry, and growing consumer inclination towards healthy and safe food. The study opines that gains will be healthy in Europe, on account of cassava starch based edible coating sales for application in minimally processed food products in the region.

Edible coatings are witnessing widespread adoption in the food industry, to separate the compartments of heterogeneous ingredients within foods, owing to their impressive efficiency and functional properties, as well as inherent characteristics of film-forming materials. Most biopolymers are relatively hydrophilic than commercial plastic materials, which is thereby prompting the manufacturers in the industrial sector to conduct robust scientific research in this direction to identify the film-forming mechanisms of biopolymers and to address the practical applications of edible films and coatings in the food industry.

Table of Content

1. Executive Summary
1.1. Summary of Key Findings
1.2. Summary of Statistics
1.3. Fact.MR Analysis and Recommendations
1.4. Opportunity Assessment
1.5. Megatrends in Starch Based Edible Coating Market
1.6. Wheel of Fortune

2. Market Tendencies & Latest Buzz
2.1. Product Oriented Market Buzz
2.1.1. Composite Films Formulations
2.1.2. Coating Barrier Properties (Water & Gas Permeability)
2.1.3. Coating to Highly Perishable Fruits
2.2. Business and Operational Market Buzz
2.2.1. Raw material compliance
2.2.2. Vertical and horizontal integration

3. Risk, Opportunities and STP Analysis
3.1. Associated Risk
3.1.1. Regulatory Landscape Associated Risk
3.1.2. Standard and Certification Risk
3.1.3. Risk of Alternatives and advanced Technology
3.2. Opportunities
3.2.1. Polysaccharides & Protein Mix Coating
3.2.2. Portion-Sized Packaging Format
3.2.3. Fortified Edible Films & Coatings
3.3. Marketing Mix
3.3.1. Product Product portfolio Claim free products (Non GMO, True Distribution Channel Certified, etc.) Product differentiation or distinctiveness from competitors
3.3.2. Promotion Communication with Consumer Strategies Product Differentiation strategies

4. Global Starch Based Edible Coating Market Overview
4.1. Introduction
4.1.1. Global Starch Based Edible Coating Market Taxonomy
4.1.2. Global Starch Based Edible Coating Market Definition
4.2. Global Starch Based Edible Coating Market Size (US $ Mn) & Volume (Tonnes)and Forecast, 2013-2027
4.2.1. Global Starch Based Edible Coating Market Y-o-Y Growth

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The report also carries information about the regional performance of starch based edible coating market, classifying the market into North America, Europe, Japan, Asia-Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ), Middle East & Africa (MEA), and Latin America.

Emphasis on Postharvest Quality Management of Horticultural Produce Fuelling Adoption

As the requirement for food supplies skyrockets in line with population expansion worldwide, the agriculture sector is witnessing an increased focus on reduced postharvest losses, to enhance the availability and accessibility of food. Agricultural industries are rapidly adopting innovative postharvest technologies to meet production and distribution demands of fresh produce. Reduction of postharvest food losses has been identified as a critical measure to ensure global food security. This has further led the  agricultural industries to adopt starch based edible coatings, which has been identified as a promising postharvest treatment for extending the shelf life of the horticultural produce, such as vegetables, and fruits. Additionally, starch based edible coatings eliminate post application residues, making the product readily consumable, which has further driven their adoption among horticulture producers and farmers alike.

The report on starch based edible coating market also provides a comprehensive analysis on the leading manufacturers in starch based edible coating market. The report profiles several leading players functioning in the starch based edible coating market, including Tate and Lyle PLC., Cargill Inc., Ingredion Inc., Archer Daniels Midland Company, Avebe, BENEO GmbH, Roquette Frères, Flo Chemical Corporation and others.

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