Japan Monosaccharide Market - Forecast(2023 - 2028)

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Japan Monosaccharides Market Overview

Japan Monosaccharide Market size was estimated at $342 Million in 2020, projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.2% during the forecast period 2021-2026. Japan Monosaccharide industry has witnessed huge demand owing to its wide range of applications in various sectors like Food & Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Pulp & Paper, Cosmetics and others. Monosaccharides are made up of only one simple sugar unit, such as glucose, fructose, or galactose, and they can't be broken down further. To produce more complex carbohydrates, these three monosaccharides are joined in various ways. Disaccharides are made up of two monosaccharides that have been joined together. Dextrose Monohydrate is the monohydrate form of D-glucose, a carbohydrate and natural monosaccharide. Dextrose monohydrate is used for a variety of things, including sweetening meals and increasing the shelf life of a variety of items. Dextrose monohydrate is also used as a supplement by bodybuilders. Dextrose monohydrate is used by doctors to treat a variety of ailments, including dehydration and low blood sugar as it can be treated effectively with dextrose. The citric acid cycle is the cell's metabolic center, oxidizing carbon fuels (typically in the form of acetyl CoA) and acting as a source of biosynthetic precursors. The citric acid cycle is the last common mechanism for fuel molecules such amino acids, fatty acids, and carbohydrates to be oxidized. Acetyl coenzyme A is the most common fuel molecule that enters the cycle. If the citric acid cycle is disrupted, ATP generation will be slowed or halted, resulting in a negative feedback loop that tells the cell to produce more ATP. An electron's route along the electron transport chain as the electron proceeds through the process, it loses ATP in a series of smaller reactions. Ethanoic acid, often known as acetic acid, is an organic chemical produced through fermentation. Conversion of glucose to ethanol and ethanol to acetic acid is its mechanism and Acetic acid is produced when a cell absorbs glucose. This decreases insulin synthesis by activating the FFA2 and FFA3 receptors. Industry growth is predicted to be fuelled by rising demand for low-sugar, low-fat, and processed low-calorie foods that contain simple sugars like fructose. Fructose one of the simple sugar or a monosaccharide that shares the same chemical formula as glucose but has a distinct molecular structure. Fruits, vegetables, honey, and some plants contain it naturally. Fructose is used to improve the quality, flavor, and texture of foods and beverages. Furthermore, the product's low Glycemic Index (GI) as compared to table sugar is expected to boost demand.

Report Coverage

The report: “Japan Monosaccharide Market Forecast (2021-2026)”, by Industry ARC, covers an in-depth analysis of the following segments of the Japan Monosaccharide Market.
By Source: Corn, Wheat and Others.
By Type: Glucose, Fructose, Galactose and Others.
By Application: Pharmaceuticals, Food & Beverage Industry (Snacks & Cereals, Bakery & Confectionery, Beverages and Dairy Products), Paper & Pulp and Cosmetics & Personal Care, and Others.

Key Takeaways

  • One of the key driving reasons in the global Monosaccharide industry is one of its simple sugar fructose's low glycemic index. The low glycemic index maintains sugar levels in the body better than table sugar. The Monosaccharide industry is expanding owing to rising worries about a person's health and calorie consumption, which leads to a sedentary lifestyle.
  • Pharmaceutical firms are now selling supplements and medications including glucose, dextrose, and maltodextrin to treat a variety of health issues caused by illness, accidents, or trauma. Moreover, the application of monosaccharide in various industries such as production of paper and pulp
  • Low blood sugar can be treated effectively with dextrose monosaccharide. It is inexpensive and readily available, making it an ideal alternative for persons who are prone to low blood sugar crises.
  • Acetic acid is produced in modest amounts by humans. It plays a crucial part in the body's fat and carbohydrate metabolism. Acetic acid is found naturally in certain unprocessed foods, such as fruit, and as an addition in others.

    Japan Monosaccharide Market: Market Share (%), By Application, 2020

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Japan Monosaccharide Market Segment Analysis – By Type:

Based on Type, Japan Monosaccharide market is segmented into Glucose, Fructose, Galactose and Others. Glucose segment is accounted for the largest revenue market share in 2020 owing to the demand and rapidly increasing in glucose syrup consumption. Owing to its wide range of uses in the creation of confectionery items, glucose syrup holds a dominant share of the worldwide starch derivatives industry. Dextrose monosaccharide, also known as D-Glucose, is one of two isomers of glucose, the other being L-Glucose. Owing to its use as a nutritional supplement and sweetener in a range of food items, the dextrose monosaccharide has grown dramatically. Fructose Segment is anticipated- to grow with the fastest CAGR of 3.7% in the forecast period 2021-2026. The propensity of fructose syrups to combine with other substances contributes to their rapid development rate. Dry-mix beverages, flavored water, low-calorie items, carbonated items, energy drinks, baked goods, chocolate milk, fruit packs, and morning cereals all employ fructose solids, which are generally generated from maize starch. Fructose solids assist bread items retain their intended moistness and soft textures for longer. Moreover, as Fructose is a simple sugar it and is less toxic than other external sweeteners and does not cause a calorie increase. Fructose has long been considered one of the safest sweets on the market. It has been authorized by a number of food safety organizations throughout the world. It has been used by several food and beverage manufacturers for decades since it is one of the simple sugar and is considered to be fully safe to use and has no adverse effects. Fructose has no calories, which is why it is currently employed in the majority of low-sugar goods. Corn, a key raw ingredient for fructose production, is abundantly available across Asia-Pacific such as Japan and many other parts of the world. This is boosting the Monosaccharide market's growth.

Japan Monosaccharide Market Segment Analysis – By Application:

Based on Application, Japan Monosaccharide market is segmented into Pharmaceuticals, Food & Beverage Industry, Paper & Pulp and Cosmetics & Personal Care. Food & Beverage Industry segment is accounted for the largest revenue market share in 2020 owing to the wide range of application of monosaccharides such as glucose are commonly employed in Confectionery, bakery, and dairy products. It inhibits crystallization and imparts homogeneity to the product as a doctoring agent; in some confectionery applications, it might be utilized as a required component to the level of roughly 40%. It's most commonly utilized to make homogeneous confectionery goods like chewing gums and chocolates. Liquid glucose also has excellent preservation capabilities, gives the completed product a smooth texture, and increases its shelf life. As a result, glucose demand in the confectionary goods sector has skyrocketed. Cosmetics & Personal Care Segment is predicted to grow with the fastest CAGR of 3.9% in the forecast period 2021-2026. It is used in the cosmetics business as it aids in the binding of other compounds and the stabilization of the formula throughout the manufacturing process. Personal care products are big business in both developing and developed countries.

Japan Monosaccharide Market Segment Analysis - Drivers

Growing Applications of Monosaccharide from Food & Beverage Industry:

One of the key driving reasons in the global monosaccharides industry is it's one of the simple sugar fructose's that has low glycemic index. The low glycemic index maintains sugar levels in the body better than table sugar. The monosaccharide industry is expanding owing to rising worries about a person's health and calorie consumption, which leads to a sedentary lifestyle. Obesity, dental cavities, and high blood sugar levels are all linked to excessive intake of table sugar. During the projected period, they are also projected to boost the monosaccharide fructose market's growth. Moreover, the high consumption of baked and processed food and beverages increases the demand from end users. The growth of the soft drink sector is helping to fuel demand for cereal sweeteners. Soft drink consumption is surging in Asia Pacific and South America's growing countries. Although saccharose sugar or low-calorie syrups can be used to sweeten juices and aerated beverages, fructose and glucose syrups are the most commonly used. This is owing to the cost-effectiveness of glucose syrups and dextrose monohydrate, as well as technical qualities including viscosity increase and improved food presentation. In numerous industries, such as confectionery, bakery, and dairy goods, there is an increased need for convenience meals, and sweeteners with extra health advantages are being used in a variety of ways.

Japan Monosaccharide Market Segment Analysis - Challenges

High Cost of Raw Materials:

Raw material price fluctuations and a rise in manufacturing costs are anticipated to be major issues for industry operators. A rise in production costs can have a direct influence on the finished product's pricing. Consumers, on the other hand, are increasingly choosing organic products, which will have an influence on market growth. Though fructose is a simple sugar with low calories, excessive intake of it is known to cause weight gain and other problems. According to studies, high fructose corn syrup can cause high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, weight gain, cancer, fatty liver and liver stress, raised cholesterol levels, leaky gut syndrome, and greater mercury consumption. As a result, customers are moving their preferences to alternatives like coconut sugar, raw honey, and stevia, which is projected to stifle industry development. Simple sugars are readily broken down by the body and used for energy. When a person consumes too much simple sugar, the body stores the excess as fat. While the body need certain simple carbohydrates for energy, eating too much can lead to weight gain, heart disease, diabetes, acne and other skin issues, low energy despair, and other health concerns. Even so, however, there are times when ingesting dextrose monohydrate is advantageous rather than detrimental. The use of dextrose monohydrate can result in dangerously high blood sugar levels or fluid build-up in the body, which can cause lungs to enlarge.

Japan Monosaccharide Market Segment Landscape:

Product launches, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and geographical expansions are key strategies adopted by players in the Japan Monosaccharide Market. Japan Monosaccharide Market top 10 companies are ADM, Cargill, Incorporated, Tate & Lyle, DuPont, Galam, Shijiazhuang Huaxu Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd, Ingredion, Inc.

Acquisitions/Product Launches:

  • In July 2020, Cargill's has launched its newest sweetener that delivers a label-friendly 30% sugar reduction to food and beverage manufacturers.

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1. Japan Monosaccharide Market- Overview
    1.1. Definitions and Scope
2. Japan Monosaccharide Market- Executive Summary
    2.1. Market Revenue, Size and Key Trends
    2.2. Key trends by Source
    2.3. Key trends by Type
    2.4. Key trends by Application
3. Japan Monosaccharide Market–Comparative Analysis
    3.1 Comparative Analysis
        3.1.1. Product Benchmarking – Key Companies
        3.1.2. Financials Analysis–Key Companies
        3.1.3. Market Value Split by Key Companies
        3.1.4. Patent Analysis
        3.1.5. Pricing Analysis–Average Pricing
4. Japan Monosaccharide Market– Startup companies Scenario Premium Premium
    4.1. Key Company Analysis by
        4.1.1. Investments
        4.1.2. Revenue
        4.1.3. Venture Capital and Funding Scenario
5. Japan Monosaccharide Market–Industry Market Entry Scenario Premium Premium
    5.1. Regulatory Framework Overview
    5.2. New Business and Ease of Doing business index
    5.3. Case studies of successful ventures
6. Japan Monosaccharide Market Forces
    6.1. Market Drivers
    6.2. Market Constraints & Challenges
    6.3. Porters five force model
        6.3.1. Bargaining power of suppliers
        6.3.2. Bargaining powers of customers
        6.3.3. Threat of new entrants
        6.3.4. Rivalry among existing players
        6.3.5. Threat of substitutes
7. Japan Monosaccharide Market- By Strategic Analysis
    7.1. Text Box: 06Value Chain Analysis
    7.2. Opportunities Analysis
    7.3. Market Life Cycle Analysis
8. Japan Monosaccharide Market- By Source
    8.1. Corn
    8.2. Wheat
    8.3. Others
9. Japan Monosaccharide Market – By Type
    9.1. Glucose
    9.2. Fructose
    9.3. Galactose
    9.4. Others
10. Japan Monosaccharide Market – By Application
11. Pharmaceuticals
12. Food & Beverage Industry
    12.1. Snacks & Cereal
    12.2. Bakery & Confectionery
    12.3. Beverages
    12.4. Dairy Products
13. Japan Monosaccharide Market – Entropy
14. Japan Monosaccharide Market Company Analysis 
    14.1. Company 1
    14.2. Company 2
    14.3. Company 3
    14.4. Company 4
    14.5. Company 5
    14.6. Company 6
    14.7. Company 7
    14.8. Company 8
    14.9. Company 9
    14.10. Company 10
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