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The global raw beetroot sugar market study presents an all in all compilation of the historical, current and future outlook of the market as well as the factors responsible for such a growth. With SWOT analysis, the business study highlights the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of each raw beetroot sugar market player in a comprehensive way. Further, the raw beetroot sugar market report emphasizes the adoption pattern of the raw beetroot sugar across various industries.

Important regions covered in the raw beetroot sugar market report include:

  • North America (Canada, US)
  • Latin America (Argentina, Mexico)
  • Europe (NORDIC, UK)
  • Japan and MEA
  • APEJ (China, India)

Growing prevalence of diabetes has led to an upsurge in healthy food products in the global food industry. Rich in healthy properties such as vitamin C, raw beetroot sugar is projected to witness substantial demand among the cosmetic manufacturers. A recently published report reveals that the global raw beetroot sugar market is projected to reflect a steady CAGR growth over the predicted period, 2017–2022.

Market Players Operating in the Global Market     

Key players in the global market of raw beetroot sugar are Wilmar International Limited, Shree Renuka Sugars Limited, Cosan SA Industria and Commercio, Suedzucker AG, Associated British Foods Plc., Tereos international limited, American Crystal Sugar Company, Louis Dreyfus, and Nordzucker Gmbh & Co KG.

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Factors Fueling Global Market Growth

As an alternate source of sugar, manufacturers use raw beetroot sugar in the food sector. Growing prevalence of diabetes has led to an increasing demand for beetroot sugar among the diabetic food manufacturers globally. Raw beetroot sugar is further expected to represent substantial demand among animal food manufacturers attributed to various healthy qualities globally. Such factors are likely to contribute towards the global market growth of raw beetroot sugar during the projected period.