Over the projected period, global sales of distilled monoglycerides are expected to increase steadily. Monoglycerides are manually available in all foods and are added to improve the texture, quality, and shelf life of those goods. Monoglycerides are derived from animal or plant lipids and are available on the market.
In food, distilled monoglycerides operate as emulsifiers, assisting in the binding of oil and water. Sunflower, palm, rapeseed, and soya oils are the most common sources of distilled monoglycerides.
In the food industry, distilled monoglycerides are in high demand as an emulsifier.
In ice cream, distilled monoglycerides work as emulsifiers. It helps to make ice creams with a smoother body and texture, as well as imparting dryness and boosting the whipping ability of the mixture.
Distilled monoglycerides are most commonly found in starch-based foods including wheat bread and other bakery products, cereals, pasta, and potato products. Distilled monoglycerides improve the softness or “freshness” of baked goods, allowing them to stay soft for longer periods.
The Market for Distilled Monoglycerides in the United States and Canada
The United States is one of the most important markets for distilled monoglycerides in the world. During the forecast period 2021-2031, the US Distilled Monoglycerides Market is expected to develop at a steady rate. Dried monoglycerides make up around 70% of the emulsifiers used in the food sector in the United States.
Who are the Major Players in the Distilled Monoglycerides Market?
The Distilled Monoglycerides Market is dominated by a few prominent players.
- Riken Vitamin
- Kevin Food