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Published on : Sep 26, 2019

Chestnuts have a place in the family of Fagaceae, which incorporates oaks and beeches. Their ubiquity declined during the most recent couple of hundreds of years, halfway because of their notoriety of “food for Poor.” Numerous individuals did not have any desire to accept chestnut bread as "bread" since chestnut flour does not rise. 

In Portugal's archipelago of Madeira, chestnut alcohol is a customary drink, and it is picking up prevalence with the sightseers and in mainland Portugal. Continuously filled in as a major aspect of the New Year's menu in Japan, chestnuts speak to both achievement and harsh occasions—authority and quality. 

Chestnuts are different as per the standard for culinary nuts as they have little protein or fat; their calories come mostly from starches. Their starch substance contrasts and that of wheat and rice. Additionally, chestnuts have twice starch as the potato has in it. Chestnuts have about 8% of different sugars, for the most part sucrose, glucose, fructose, and in lesser sums, raffinose, and stachyose, which are matured in the lower gut, delivering gas.

The report on chestnut market is segregated on the basis of type, application, and region. Based on the application, the market is segregated in to food, animal fodder and litter, timber, wildlife, and leather, and other. Additionally, the report analyses the market status, growth rate, market share, future trends, opportunities and challenges, market drivers, risks and entry barriers, distributors and Porter's Five Forces Analysis, and role of sales channels in the market growth.

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On the region, the chestnut market is segmented into North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa. Of these, Asia Pacific is expected to dominate the global chestnut market. Some of the key players operating in the chestnut market which are based across the regions including China, Italy, Turkey, South Korea, Greece, Bolivia, Japan, North Korea, Portugal, Spain, Australia, and America are profiles in the report.