As per detailed analysis by Persistence Market Research, the global cassia extract market is set to witness growth at a value CAGR of 6.9% and reach a valuation of US$ 794.7 Mn by 2032.
Food and cosmetics can spread a variety of dangerous microscopic germs that cause illness. According to a study published by MDPI in 2015, infectious diseases caused by foodborne bacteria are becoming a growing public health problem worldwide, affecting roughly 2 million children each year, especially in developing countries.
Cassia is one of the numerous spices that are mostly used in food for their scent. Cassia powder is mostly used as a flavoring ingredient in confectionery, sweets, meat products, pastries, and other foods. Cassia is also utilized in the perfume and essence sector due to its aroma, which may be found in a variety of foods, fragrances, and medicinal products. Consumers who want to replace synthetic chemicals with natural ones are also increasing their demand for natural ingredients. Varied oils have different impacts on different skin kinds, and thus, they're utilized to manufacture a variety of products for different skin types, including normal skin, oily skin, acne-prone skin, dry or mature skin, and so on.