Polyol Sweeteners Market Scope
A group of reduced-calorie sweeteners known as polyols (or sugar alcohols) provide some unique qualities to reduced-calorie products. These sweeteners are neither sugars nor alcohols. Instead, they are a group of low-digestible carbohydrates used as sugar replacers. These sweeteners taste like sugar but have numerous special advantages. As part of a sugar free diet, polyols assist in the maintenance of good oral health, aid in weight control, and/or reduce overall dietary glycemic response. For more details on any specific polyol (or sugar alcohol), please visit the links provided on this site.
The Polyol Sweeteners market study is segmented by Type (Sorbitol, Erythritol, Maltitol, Isomalt, Xylitol and Others), by Application (Flavoring or Sweetening Agents, Bulking Agents, Excipients, Humectants and Others) and major geographies with country level break-up. According to AMA, the Global Polyol Sweeteners market is expected to see growth rate of 5.71%
The market of polyol sweeteners is expected to grow with rising demand from food processing's. Increasing demand for RTE food products and other functional ingredients has impacted on the food processing industry in positive manner. Hence, the market is highly fragmented with the presence of multiple market players. Additionally, many local vendors are also entering to market with excellent features which in turn impacting on the competitive rivalry. Research Analyst at AMA estimates that United States Vendors will contribute to the maximum growth of Global Polyol Sweeteners market throughout the predicted period.
Cargill (United States), Archer Daniels Midland Company (United States), DuPont (United States), Roquette Frčres S.A. (France), Tereos Starch & Sweeteners (France), Südzucker AG (Germany), Ingredion Incorporated (United States), Jungbunzlauer Suisse AG (Switzerland), Gulshan Polyols Limited (India), Batory Foods (United States) and B Food Science Co., Ltd. (Japan) are some of the key players that are part of study coverage. Additionally, the Vendors which are also part of the research are Sweeteners Plus, LLC. (United States).
The research aims to propose a patent-based approach in searching for potential technology partners as a supporting tool for enabling open innovation. The study also proposes a systematic searching process of technology partners as a
preliminary step to select the emerging and key players that are involved in implementing market estimations. While patent analysis is employed to overcome the aforementioned data- and process-related limitations, as expenses occurred in that technology allows us to estimate the market size by evolving segments as target market from total available market.
AdvanceMarketAnalytics has segmented the market of Global Polyol Sweeteners market by Type, Application and Region.
On the basis of geography, the market of Polyol Sweeteners has been segmented into South America (Brazil, Argentina, Rest of South America), Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, South Korea, Taiwan, Australia, Rest of Asia-Pacific), Europe (Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Rest of Europe), MEA (Middle East, Africa), North America (United States, Canada, Mexico).
On 4 March 2020, Ingredion EMA has launched its first polyol sweetener-Eriystra Erithritol- to enable manufacturers to reduce or replace sugar to achieve nutrition related claims, such as “no added sugar” or “Calorie Reduced”, in multiple applications.
According to European Association of Polyol Producers “Like all additives, polyols need to be evaluated for their safety by an independent scientific body (risk assessor) before being considered for authorisation in a given market. At international level, the risk assessor is the Joint WHO/FAO Expert Committee, at European level the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). The independence of these scientific bodies is crucial to regulators, consumers and industry alike. Once an additive has been found safe by an independent scientific body it is given an Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI). The granting of an ADI and the approval of a substance signifies that a product is safe. Both JECFA and SCF (now EFSA) has given the polyols an ADI “not specified” which is the highest safety rating that can be given to any food additive and which translates into provisions for use of GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) and “quantum satis” (no maximum level indicated)”
- Increased Application of Polyol Sweeteners in Food & Beverages Industry
- Growing Awareness about the Functionalities of Polyol Sweeteners in Pharmaceutical Applications
- Rising Consumer Demand for Low-Calorie and Healthier Food & Beverage Products
- Increasing Disposable Income and Improving Lifestyles
- R&D to Develop Innovative and Safer Sugar Substitutes
- The Emerging Demand from Economies
- Higher Cost of Production of Food & Beverage Products with Polyol Sweeteners Compared to Sugar
- Ambiguity Related to the Side-Effects of Polyol Sweeteners among Consumers
- Stringent Regulations and International Quality Standards for Polyol Sweeteners
Key Target Audience
Polyol Sweeteners Manufacturers, Polyol Sweeteners Raw Material Suppliers, Polyol Sweeteners Importer/Exporter, Regulatory & Government Bodies, Research & Consulting Firms, Industry Associations, End Users, Downstream Vendors and Others
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