Sucrose Esters Market Research

by Global Market Research Analyst

Emulsifiers made from sucrose esters of fatty acids (E473) are considered special types. In addition to emulsification, these also provide starch interaction, protein protection, sugar crystallization, and aeration. As these are water-soluble, they create emulsions of oil in water.

Typically, emulsifiers are classified by their Hydrophilic Lipophilic Balance (HLB). HLB determines whether a surfactant is hydrophilic (loves water) or lipophilic (likes oil) based on the properties of individual regions in its molecule. Traditionally, egg yolks have been used for emulsification. Proteins and emulsifiers, as well as emulsifying components, are being used more and more. It is possible to replace egg yolks with sucrose esters.

Generally, emulsifiers and stabilizers are proteins like milk powder and whey powder. According to the market database, emulsion stability is enhanced by using sucrose esters instead of dairy proteins. These are far more effective emulsifiers than proteins in oil-in-water emulsions. There is even the possibility of reducing the starch content. As these esters have sufficient stability, the emulsion does not need to have very high viscosity. In place of stabilizers, the sauce will become less thick but have excellent flavor release. The fat-soluble ingredients such as omega-3 and some natural colors are available as powders, fat flakes, or oils. There is an increasing demand for liquid, water-dispersible ingredients for beverages, dairy, and confectionery. Concentrated oil emulsions in glycerol or water could be a solution.

Conventional "alkyd" paint provides durable, high-gloss coatings, but it uses hazardous chemicals, as an alternative to petroleum-based solvents, Procter & Gamble (P&G) and Cook Composites, and Polymers are developing innovative Chempol MPS paint formulations based on biobased Sefose Sucrose Esters. According to the market database, paints and coatings made with alkyd resin traditionally require large quantities of volatile solvents. It is to solubilize the organic components and achieve the required viscosity. Solvents like these contribute to the formation of ground-level ozone and smog. 

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