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Modified Starch Products Derivatives & Markets – A Strategic Review March 2015

Modified Starch Products Derivatives & Markets – A Strategic Review March 2015

This expanded 2015 report has comprehensive information on various modified starches, market segments along with review of modified starches manufactured worldwide. This report has new chapters on Future Wet Mill Capacity and New Starch Capacity Perspective (chapter VII) and a brand new addition (chapter IX) Waxy Starch Characteristics and Perspective. There is also information on the modified starch manufacturers in the US, their market share along with the prices. Report provides details of modifications, applications and markets worldwide. We have provided critical data on the modified starches by applications and market segments. Modified starch and other derivatives are key drivers of profitability of major starch players engaged in modified starches. Description of the capabilities of each US manufactures along with their position in the market is very useful. Global list of modified starch manufacturers is also provided.

Besides new chapters VII and IX; chapter VI is now enhanced to include modified starch distribution by modification. Chapter is an enhanced breakdown of present global perspective and market segment breakdown by food and industrial markets. Several additional data is also provided including market share of all US players. The position of specialty and commodity starches along with margin effects on the starch players in the US.

Global markets food and industrial markets are much diversified and there is further fragmentation within each market sectors. This is also complicated by the fact of food and industrial preferences that are regional and the industrial practices, products preferences by consumer require that these products are tailored to fulfill the functional needs. As this recession ends and it will; the opportunities for starch processing industry going forward remain very bright in view of strong growth of developing economies and rising population with higher incomes and demands on many food and industrial products. 2013/14 has been good year for all industries including starch derivatives and modified starches. Record corn crop enhanced margins due to low corn costs and very little new capacity.

Recent announcement by Ingredion that they are acquiring Penford Products have removed the smallest CWM processor. This now brings to only 6 major CWM players in the US. Recently (January. 2015) Cargill shut down their facility in Memphis, Tennessee this removes almost 1.5 billion lbs of sweeteners and ~ 300 to 400 million lbs of starch from the market. Cargill however will transfer some of sweetener and starch demand to their other facilities. On the other hand a new player High Plains milling has merged with re-start of Cargill’s Dimmitt, Texas facility. This brings the total players in the US to 7 same as prior to Ingredion acquisition of Penford.

This expanded 2015 report has comprehensive information on various modified starches, market segments along with review of modified starches manufactured worldwide. This report has new chapters on Future Wet Mill Capacity and New Starch Capacity Perspective (chapter VII) and a brand new addition (chapter IX) Waxy Starch Characteristics and Perspective. There is also information on the modified starch manufacturers in the US, their market share along with the prices. Report provides details of modifications, applications and markets worldwide. We have provided critical data on the modified starches by applications and market segments. Modified starch and other derivatives are key drivers of profitability of major starch players engaged in modified starches. Description of the capabilities of each US manufactures along with their position in the market is very useful. Global list of modified starch manufacturers is also provided.


I. Introduction
A. Report Description
B. Markets Covered
C. Assumptions
Ii. Executive Summary
Iii. Starch A Brief Review Of Starch Chemistry
A. Starch Extraction Process A Brief Review
B. Starch Chemistry (Brief)
Iv. Starch & Modified Starch
A. Why Use Starch? And Why Modify Starch?
B. Selected Starch Modifications
C. Additional New Products From Starch Processing Industry
D. Cross-linking
E. Esterification – Hydxypropylation
F. Viscosity Measurement To Determine Effects Of Chemical Modifications
V. Review Of Functions And Applications
A. Functions Of Unmodified And Modified Starches In Foods A Brief Review
B. Functions Of Unmodified And Modified Starches In Industrial Applications A Brief Review
C. Starches In Paper And Paper Board, Usa A Brief Review
Vi. Global & Us Markets Overview
A. Global Market Situation And Size
B. Starch Utilization By Food And Industrial Market Sectors
C. Us Market Size
D. Brief Snap Shot Of Us Market Situation Starch Derived Products From Cwm Industry
E. Market Share Analysis – Us Players
Vii. Future Wet Mill Capacity Perspective, Anticipated Startup Date For New Capacity, Product Mix.
A. Capacity Utilization Issues - Carbohydrate Refining Options
B. Future Wet Milling Capacity Perspective Based On Primary As Well As Secondary Sources And Our Insights Combined With Bi (Business Intelligence).
C. New Potential Capacity
D. Potential Changes And Market Levers
E. Opportunities And Market Outlook
Viii. Modified Food Starch & Market Segments
A. Food Segment Needs & Desirable Properties
Ix. Waxy Starch Characteriatics & Markets
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X. Modified Starches By Applications And Food & Industrial Market Segments
A. Modified Starch Volumes In Key Food And Industrial Segments – Us & Global
B. Modified Starch Data By Segment: Volume, Value, Margins And Functions For Segments
C. New Products
D. Industrial Starches – Global By Major Segments
Xi. Resistant Starch - Ingredient Situation
A. Introduction
B. Definition
C. Resistant Starch – Properties
D. Resistant Starch Applications And Processing Issue
F. Rs & Sds Patents
Xi. Starch Products Opportunities
A. Starch Products And Developments
B. Biotechnology (Modified Starches, Effect On Yield And Production Costs)
C. Potential Opportunities For Development Using Biotechnology
D. Higher-value Starch Products
Xii. Selected Starch Research/Technology Publications And Patents
A. Starch & Modified Starch Selected Research Papers
B. Modified Starch Selected Patents, 2003 To 2011
Xiii. Summary
Xiv. References

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