Tara Gum Market 2015-2025: Asia Pacific Most Lucrative Region According to Fmi

Caesalpinia spinosa usually known as Tara is a tiny leguminous tree in Peru. Tara gum is a natural additive procured by grinding the endosperm of the seeds of Caesalpinia spinosa. The tara gum is a white to yellowish powder which is soluble in hot water and moderately soluble in cold water. Chemically, tara gum is consist of polysaccharides, majorly galactomannans, of high molecular weight. The tara gum is approved as a food additive by the Food Chemicals Codex and functions majorly as a thickener and stabilizer. The tara gum is utilized as a thickening agent and stabilizer in the food industry, where it is sometimes referred to as Peruvian carob. The properties of tara gum are comparable to that of carob beans and guar gum, highly utilized in the different countries. Tara gum has significant demand in the food industry due to its usage in producing of low fat and low calorie foods. Tara gum is frequently utilized in blends. It can also be utilized in cheese, ice cream, sauces and dressings, bakery products, yogurt, desserts and baby food and ready soups. The global tara gum market is anticipated to grow at a significant pace in the next few years. Rising demand from bakery and confectionary to foster the growth.

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Global Tara Gum: Market Segmentation
The Global Tara Gum market is segmented on the basis of applications such as dairy, sauces and condiments which is further sub-divided into salad dressings, ketch-up and mayonnaise, bakery which is sub-segmented by cakes and pastries and processed fruit and vegetables. The tara gum is also segmented on the basis of food and beverage applications which includes liquid milks, water based flavored drinks, frozen desserts, mixed foods, prepared dishes, sauces and condiments. The tara gum market is also segmented by cosmetic industry.

Global Tara Gum Market: Growth Drivers
Increasing demand for low fat and low...