Fructose Price Trends
Procurement Resource provides latest prices of Fructose. Each price database is tied to a user-friendly graphing tool dating back to 2014, which provides a range of functionalities: configuration of price series over user defined time period; comparison of product movements across countries; customisation of price currencies and unit; extraction of price data as excel files to be used offline.
Procurement Resource provides prices of Fructose for several regions around the globe, which are as follows:
- North America
- South America
- Asia Pacific
- Middle East
Fructose, or fruit sugar, is basically a simple ketonic monosaccharide. It is the sweetest sugar in nature. It is found in many fruits and vegetables, where it is linked to glucose to make a disaccharide sucrose. Fructose has a low glycemic response and is suitable for people with diabetes. It is also known to be one of the three dietary monosaccharides, along with glucose and galactose, that directly gets absorbed in blood during digestion.
Chemical Formula of Fructose:
- Fruit sugar
- 180.16 g/mol
- Flavoured water
- Chemical reactions
- Energy drinks
- Low calorie products
- Production of Fructose via Corn Wet Milling Process; and via Hydrolysis
In order to produce Fructose via the hydrolysis process, the disaccharide bond of sucrose is hydrolysed with the help of enzymes. This step helps is separating glucose and Fructose, that is further crystallised, dried and milled for its commercial use.
Procurement Resource also provides the production cost analysis of Fructose.
- Cargill, Incorporated
- Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM)
- Tate &Lyle PLC
- Galam Ltd.
- Gadot Biochemical Industries Ltd. (GBI)
- DuPont de Nemours, Inc.
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The displayed pricing data is derived through weighted average purchase price, including contract and spot transactions at the specified locations unless otherwise stated. The information provided comes from the compilation and processing of commercial data officially reported for each nation (i.e. government agencies, external trade bodies, and industry publications).