Acetylated Distarch Adipate Market
Acetylated Distarch Adipate Market Analysis, By Source (Potato, Tapioca, Maize, and Others), By Process (Esterification Process, Extrusion Process), By Function (Bulking Agent, Stabilizer, Thickener, Texturizer), By Grade (Food and Industrial), & Region - Global Market Insights 2023 to 2033
Analysis of Acetylated Distarch Adipate Market Covering 30+ Countries Including Analysis of US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Nordics, GCC countries, Japan, Korea and many more
Acetylated Distarch Adipate Market Overview (2023-2033)
The global acetylated distarch adipate market holds a noteworthy valuation of US$ 5.3 billion in 2022 and the market further awaits a growth rate of 4.8% by 2033 end.
Acetylated distarch adipate is a form-modified starch used to impart functional properties such as longer shelf life and temperature stability to processed foods. The modification of the starch is achieved through acetylation of the native starches using adipic-acetic mixed anhydride reagent that forms distarch adipates. Acetylated distarch adipate is primarily used as a thickener in baby foods, confectionary, fruit-flavored fillings, and wine gums.
Market Size (2022A)
US$ 5.3 Billion
Estimated Market Value (2023E)
US$ 5.4 Billion
Forecasted Market Value (2033F)
US$ 8.6 Billion
Global Market Growth Rate (2023-2033)
North America Market Share (2023)
North America Growth Rate (2023-2033)
US Growth Rate (2023-2033)
Market Share of Top 5 Companies
Key Companies Profiled
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Global Acetylated Distarch Adipate Market Historical Outlook (2018-2022) vs. Forecast Outlook (2023-2033)
Nowadays, processed food consumption has increased with respect to the rising working population and increasing inclination towards ready-to-eat meals in order to save time. Also, the increasing disposable income of consumers has contributed to rising consumer spending. Escalating ADA demand has propelled investments in the field to improve production. Additionally, the spending attribute has gained the traction of leading manufacturers to constant product innovations in processed foods.
Emerging and developing economies are expected to significantly contribute to global economic growth. The global revenue from the food segment is estimated to be valued at around US$ 245.2 billion in 2022 representing promising consumption of acetylated distarch adipate in the food processing industry. The global food and beverage market is estimated to grow from around US$ 76.6 billion in 2020 to US$ 105.9 billion by 2024, representing an annual growth rate of 84.0%. The expanding global food & beverage industry and increasing demand for acetylated distarch adipate have been favorable to the market growth.
- Short Term (2023 to 2026): As the economy has rebounded following the pandemic, the processed food sector is oscillating between consumers’ preference towards freshly cooked foods vs ready to eat meals. Owing to this factor, the movement of the market is considered moderate as compared to historic growth.
- Medium Term (2026-2029): With the fast-moving work life, consumers’ dependence on ready-to-eat meals would always dominate the market. However, process innovations and the presence of fewer preservatives would attract consumers to have counter opinions towards processed food.
- Long Term (2029-2033): The market for acetylated distarch adipate is anticipated to benefit greatly from the absence of GMO, artificial preservatives containing food preservatives. To appeal to a wider consumer base, manufacturers in the food processing business have introduced a range of non-GMO product offerings.
Over the years 2018 – 2022, the global acetylated distarch adipate market grew by 2.5% and is anticipated to grow by 4.8% between 2023 and 2033, according to the Fact.MR analysis
According to the above image, illustrates the analysis of the overall market share of the market based on region and source. Under the source type segment, maize dominates with a 41.4% market share in 2023.
“Acetylated Distarch Adipate is Characterized by Functional Properties that Drive the Market Growth”
The different types of acetylated distarch adipate derived from various sources such as wheat, corn, and tapioca are available that possess process-resistant functionality, i.e being insensitive towards acid, heat, or freeze in the production process. This makes them appropriate for use in various applications and across various industries such as food & beverages processing, dried food production, pharmaceuticals production, paper & pulp processing, and others.
In the food and beverage industry, acetylated distarch is mainly used in applications such as soups and broth as a thickening agent. The additional application includes utilization in the production of packaged & canned foods to increase the shelf life of the product and minimize leakage of frozen products.
Acetylated distarch adipate is also used in the plastics processing industry as an eco-friendly plasticizer widely employed in the manufacturing of electric wire, cables, and packing film.
“Blending with the Vegan offerings will Increase Product Penetration”
The world has experienced a sudden surge in the vegan population post-pandemic. The US experienced a 600.0% growth in the vegan population from 2014 to 2018 bringing the total count to 20.0 million. Similarly, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand are increasingly adopting veganism.
The total global vegan population tallies 79.0 million people in 2021. With this accelerating vegan population, there is an increasing demand for vegan or plant-based dairy products like plant-based milk, cheese butter, and others. With the affinity of blending with vegan dairy products, the demand for acetylated distarch adipate is expected to rise in the forecast period.
Moreover, with the increasing popularity of vegan products, the introduction of a formulation containing acetylated distarch adipate as modified starch is gaining traction in the global market.
“Preferential Inclination towards Label-Friendly and Non-Modified Ingredients Might Redirect the market growth”
Health has become a major driving force for the consumption of food and beverages due to the rising health problems among consumers. This has made consumers take preventive measures such as being selective about the products they consume. Claims and certifications of food products often influence a consumer’s purchase decision. Non-GMO is a trend that has gained popularity in many countries across the globe.
The presence of label-friendly ingredients that do not causes any side effect after consumption has narrowed the consumer base of modified starch and increased the consumption of native unprocessed starch.
North America, Europe, South Asia, and Oceania are key regions where consumers are looking for non-GMO and clean labels on products. Modification of food products is known to be risky for the well-being of humans, which has resulted in an increase in the demand for non-GMO products.
Considering the above-mentioned factors, market growth has been evaluated for the forecast period. Despite the great demand for modified starch, less chemical modification and free from preservatives is required, to meet the surging demand from the food & beverage industry.
How advanced food processing industry output fuel ADA demand in the US?
The consumers’ inclination towards the health benefits of processed food has been witnessed. Consumers are becoming diligent in sourcing and production processes of the food consumed. The demand for quality products in the consumer-driven industry is very high.
The quality of a product is not only determined by the type of raw material used but also by the source from where it has been procured and how it has been processed. The US rules the global market in food processing owing to the high-tech technology used in the production of processed foods.
Thus the maximum consumption of the acetylated distarch adipate is analyzed to be in the US and the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.5% by 2033 end.
What role does China play in the global acetylated distarch adipate market?
Influenced by the west, changes in food preferences have been observed all across the globe. The growing demand for the production of soups, confectionary, cupcakes, and others, requires acetylated distarch adipate for final product formulation. China being the industry leader and another pioneer in the food processing business, the demand for acetylated distarch adipate is expected to increase in the forecast period.
With the direct application of acetylated distarch adipate in food processing, the market is expected to widen at a CAGR of 4.9% by 2033 end.
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Why is food-grade acetylated distarch adipate widely used?
Increasing demand for processed and packaged food drives the requirement for food-grade acetylated distarch. Food-grade additives are generally considered safe for human consumption. Since the most repeated demand for acetylated distarch adipate is as a food additive, the demand is expected to surge in the future.
The consumption of acetylated distarch adipate in food-grade form is anticipated to propel at a growth rate of 4.7% by end of the forecast period.
Why maize is largely used as raw material for the production of acetylated distarch adipate?
Maize is a preferred raw material, owing to the abundant production of maize globally, it is the preferred choice for manufacturers. The global production of maize in 2021 was 1,207 MMT and since is not directly consumed as a cereal, a substantial amount is used to produce modified starches. The gluten-free composition of maize is another advantage of using it for acetylated distarch adipate production.
Thus, the production of acetylated distarch adipate from maize generated revenue of US$ 2.2 billion in 2022.
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Key players of acetylated distarch adipate are AGRANA, DAWU CORPORATION, Ingredion, NEO NAM VIET COMPANY LIMITED, Roquette Frères, Starpro Starch (Thailand) Co. Ltd., Tate & Lyle, Venus Starch Suppliers, Zetpezet Ltd, Zih Mao Enterprise Co., Ltd., and others.
The global market for acetylated distarch adipate is a highly fragmented market with the presence of local & regional players. Also, the raw material shortage compels manufacturers to strengthen their ties with local crop producers to avoid any disruption in demand & supply chain. To stay ahead in business, manufacturers are also investing in R&D to meet the varying requirement of the consumer side.
Fact.MR has provided detailed information about the price points of key manufacturers of acetylated distarch adipate positioned across regions, sales growth, production capacity, and speculative technological expansion, in the recently published report.
Segmentation of Acetylated Distarch Adipate Market
By Source :
By Process :
- Esterification Process
- Extrusion Process
By Grade :
By Function :
- Bulking Agent
By Application :
- Food Processing
- Bakery & Confectionary
- Canned Foods
- Packaged Food Products
- Pet Food
- Pharmaceutical Formulation
- Textile Processing
- Paper & Pulp Processing
- Food Processing
By Region :
- North America
- Latin America
- East Asia
- South Asia & Oceania
- FAQs -
How is the market for acetylated distarch adipate expected to perform in the future?
The worldwide acetylated distarch adipate market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 4.8% by the forecast period
Which region holds the highest share in acetylated distarch adipate utilization in the global market?
North America accounts for the maximum share of 24.1% of the global acetylated distarch adipate market
Which grade is maximum utilized in the food processing industry?
Food-grade acetylated distarch adipate accounts for 66.4% share of global sales.
What is the global acetylated distarch adipate Market size in 2022?
The global acetylated distarch adipate holds a valuation of US$ 5.2 Billion in 2022.
How has the market performed over the last few years?
During 2018-2022, acetylated distarch adipate experienced a slow growth rate of 3.5%