The native starches market is segmented on the basis of source, type, application, and geography. Native starch is a powder-like substance obtained from plants that contain starch. Native starch is a pure form of starch, without any chemical additives. In chemical terms, it is long-chain carbohydrates joined together by glycosidic bonds called polysaccharides. The starch can be obtained from different sources such as corn, wheat, rice, potato, and cassava. This is used in a wide range of food products to enhance the texture, control the moisture, stabilize, thickening agent, dough binding agent, and others.