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Bio-Based Organic Acids Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, and Forecast, 2012 - 2018

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 Since the last decade, the demand for bio-based organic acids is growing at a steady pace owing to the impact of conventional organic acids on the environment.  In order to cater to this growing demand, more and more organic acid is being produced from renewable sources such as feedstock.  
   
 The market for organic acid synthesized from renewable raw material is also driven by the stringent regulations imposed by regulatory bodies of various nations on conventional organic acid producers. Bio-based alternatives for organic acid are eco-friendly and are frugal compared to synthetic products. However, the growing concerns regarding the use of wheat and corn for the production of bio-based organic acids instead of using them as food products is one of the major factors...
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