NEW YORK, April 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
Frontiers in Carbohydrates Developments: Report 1; Research, Technologies - Selected Starch Derivatives and Hydrocolloids, January 2011
1. This report provides summaries of current worldwide research, technology developments in diversified segments for food and industrial applications of starch, starch derivatives and hydrocolloids. This report is a tool that can enhance the reading, thought process along with our insights for today's overloaded technical, commercial and support management functions. This is our 1st report in the Frontiers in Carbohydrates and we plan to issue series of similar reports each year to proactively offer areas of targeted research in selected areas; we may evolve this document as we move forward depending on your feedback and serve the changing needs of carbohydrates. This presents our extensive research with comprehensive experience and insights of our associates and me who have spent many years in the carbohydrates research, processing and marketing. Besides we stay on the cutting edge by our continuous scan of carbohydrates research and developments worldwide.
2. Sections II thru VII– in this report present some of the current research and technologies under developments in areas:
II. Modified Starches
III. Starch Modification-Biotechnology
IV. Physically Modified Starches
V. Enzyme Modified Starches
VI. Starch in textures, gels and other functional properties and
VII Starch in Gluten free products
As presented in one of our reports "Strategic Review of Corn Starch Industry & Markets - Starch, Sweeteners and Co-Products Final Aug 2010" and our 2nd report "Global Modified Starch Derivatives Markets a strategic Review Aug. 2010" (www.skpatilassociates.com) based on data by USDA and EU commission, total utilization of starch, sweeteners and their derivatives including ethanol from dry starch from corn, wheat, potato and cassava in the world in 2009 is estimated at 67 million tons and 68 million tons forecasted for 2010. This is only off by 1 million tons off from the 69 million tons we projected back in 2003. Globally this industry remains fragmented with many small, mid size and global players such as Cargill, ADM, CPI, Syral and others. Cassava in SE and S Asia, South America and Africa will become more dominant starch commodity as more production technology is deployed. Total modified and industrial starch worldwide is estimated at ~ 30 billion lbs from all sources; of this modified industrial starch is ~ 10 billion lbs, also the food modified starches accounted for ~ 3.5 billion lbs. This offers an excellent opportunity for replacement of chemically modified starches by modification of starches using biotechnology.
There are developments under way via genomic routes to create starch with properties similar to chemically modified starches eliminating the need for chemical modifications. One example is starch with high mono phosphate that can enhance viscosity, film forming and other novel functions for food, paper and adhesive applications.
3. Sections VII thru X present other major carbohydrates;
IX. Dextrins (Pyrodextrins) and
X. Hydrocolloids & Gums
All categories of starch and hydrocolloids that are utilized in numerous foods, industrial and pharma applications. The polymer properties of these ingredients remain hallmark of nutritional, industrial and functional materials in every sector of food and industrial areas. We report some of the novel properties and much diversified functions in food and industrial applications. These carbohydrates ingredients have functions that serve critical roles in food and industrial formulations separately or in combination with multitude of carbohydrates and non-carbohydrate ingredients. The research and technologies presented are researched from many sources. Market and production data can be found in our industry reports 1 to 5 listed above.
4. Section XI presents a brief analysis of list of patents presented for each section.
5. Section XII is an addendum with additional patents for aggregate of all major sections from 2003 to 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.…4
II. MODIFIED STARCHES…...9
A. Modified Starch Selected Patents 2003 to 2010……17
III. STARCH MODIFICATION – BIOTECHNOLOGY……...22
A. Starch Biotechnology Selected Patents 2003 to 2010……….……36
IV. PHYSICALLY MODIFIED STARCHES…39
A. Physically Modified Starches Selected Patents 2003 to 2010…....47
V. ENZYME MODIFIED STARCHES…….…49
A. Enzyme Modified Starches Selected Patents 2003 to 2010……….56
VI. STARCH IN TEXTURES, GELS AND OTHER FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES…….59
A. Starch Textures, Gels and Other Functional Properties…………..67
VII. STARCH IN GLUTEN FREE PRODUCTS……………69
A. Starch in Gluten Free Products Selected Patents 2003 to 2010………….……..76
VIII. MALTODEXTRINS & HYDROLYZATES………….….79
A. Maltodextrins & Hydrolyzates Selected Patents 2003 to 2010…………...….….89
IX. DEXTRINS (PYRODEXTRINS)….……..93
A. Dextrins Selected Patents 2003 to 2010……….…100
X. HYDROCOLOIDS & GUMS…………....104
A. Hydrocolloids Selected Patents 2003 to 2010…..…113
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