Rare Sugar Market size to exceed $1.6bn by 2026

Rare Sugar Market size is set to surpass USD 1.6 billion by 2026; according to a new research report by Global Market Insights, Inc.
 

Rare sugars are monosaccharides and their derivatives which are found only in trace amounts in nature. They are extracted through fermentation of natural products and enzyme conversion. Rare sugars are utilized as exfoliants & humectants in cosmetic industry and to manufacture anti-cancer drugs in pharmaceutical industry. They are widely used in food & beverage industry as a sweetener owing to low glycemic index and can be prescribed to diabetes patients which is likely to witness significant market demand.

 

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Rising consumer switch towards low calorie D-Xylose sugar to augment rare sugar market growth

The global D-Xylose rare sugar industry outlook witnessed a consumption of over 75 kilo tons in 2018. D-Xylose is made from xylan portion from plant cell walls and is widely used in manufacturing low calorie & high-performance emulsions with flavor release. Changing positive outlook towards the use of low-calorie sugars and stringent marketing techniques is attracting customers to opt for rare sugars which is likely to boost market share.
 

D-Xylose rare sugar is utilized as an alternate to table sugar for bakery and confectionery applications. Its similar structure to sugar, binding properties, and low-calorie concentration makes it a perfect alternate to table sugar. D-xylose rare sugar is one of the eight essential glyconutrients and is also used to fortify sports beverages as it aids in maintaining proper salt balance and regulates insulin levels which is likely to foster market trends.
 

Preventive effect of rare sugars against dental carriers and periodontal disease is likely to foster market outlook

Global Rare Sugar Market Statistics, By Tagatose, 2018 & 2026, (USD Million)
Global Rare Sugar Market Statistics, By Tagatose, 2018 & 2026, (USD Million)

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Rare sugars are widely used to fortify dental pharmaceuticals and toothpaste formulations as it inhibits the growth of oral bacteria. Rare sugars granules also help in teeth whitening as it aids in removing plaque and reduces the appearance of stains. Regular use of rare sugar fortified toothpaste reduces the risk of cavities, chronic bad breath, and gingivitis which is likely to boost market demand.
 

Rare sugar helps in reducing the risk of periodontal disease and aids in healthy formation of gums owing to its acid inhibiting properties. Rare sugar fortified dental products prevent the growth of harmful oral bacteria that cause bad breath & ulcers such as porphyromonas gingivalis and streptococcus mutans. Rising consumer consciousness towards dental health and growing demand for natural and high-performance additives in dental products is likely to augment market growth.
 

Browse key industry insights spread across x pages with x market data tables and x figures & charts from the report, “Rare Sugar Market Share By Product (D-Mannose, Allulose, Tagatose, D-Xylose, L-Arabinose, L-Fucose), By Application (Dietary Supplements, Cosmetics & Personal Care, Pharmaceuticals, Food & Beverages), Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Application Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2019 -2026” in detail along with the table of contents:
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High potential for allulose as diabetic and obesity control agent is projected to fuel North America market growth

Allulose/ D-Psicose is a low-calorie sugar, that offers the texture and taste of sugar with 90% less calories than normal sugar. In addition, allulose produces only negligible increases in insulin levels or blood glucose and does not promote dental decay. Development of food & beverage industry along with increasing adoption of dietary supplements in the U.S. is projected to boost the market growth.
 

On account of its low-calorie benefits, allulose is widely used as diabetic and obesity control agent. FDA has recently announced that allulose to be excluded when used as an ingredient from the total sugars count on nutrition and supplement facts labels. This will help the manufacturers of dietary supplement to promote the new product attracting diabetic and obese population in the region thereby driving the market demand.
 

Enormous benefits of rare sugar in dietary supplements is likely to boost demand in UK

UK rare sugar demand should surpass USD 60 million by 2026. Rising geriatric population, stringent winter conditions, and increasing prevalence of allergies is shifting manufacturers to use rare sugar in dietary supplement manufacturing. Regular consumption of antioxidant rich rare sugar help in strengthening the immune system against air borne contaminants and aids in boosting metabolic rate which should foster market growth.
 

Various rare sugar manufacturers are investing in R&D activities to extract highly purified varieties of rare sugar to counter side effects, lower calories, and improve nutritional profile to attract more customers. Companies are engaged in collaborations to enter new segments and take advantage of established distribution networks. The primary participants in rare sugar market includes DuPont, Naturesupplies, Hebei Huaxu, Specom, Matsutani Chemical Industry, Sanwa Starch, and Douglas Laboratories.
 

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