Functional Fibers Market Strategy, Price and Gross Margin till 2027

Functional fibers are a diverse group of compounds primarily derived from plant sources that offer a wide array of health benefits when incorporated into the diet. These fibers, unlike traditional dietary fibers, are specifically engineered or modified to enhance certain physiological functions within the body. One prominent example is resistant starch, which resists digestion in the small intestine, reaching the colon where it serves as a substrate for beneficial gut bacteria, promoting digestive health and potentially reducing the risk of chronic diseases such as colon cancer.