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Consumption Data of Sucralose in China

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Generally speaking, Chinese sucralose consumption is still limited by now, and most of domestic sucralose is mainly exported to other countries. In 2010, 257 tonnes of sucralose is consumed in China, mainly in food and beverage industry. In food industry, sucralose is mainly consumed in seasoning. In beverage industry, milk beverage, carbonated beverage and juice beverage are the major three consumption fields. Moreover, sucralose can also be used in pharmaceutical and other industries such as wine
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CCM’s Newly Released Report : Production and Market of Sucralose in China

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(2011-3-17) CCM International is going to release its newest Survey Report on Sucralose, Production and Market of Sucralose in China in March, 2011. This report will focus on the production, technologies, application and consumption of Sucralose based on analysis of overview of HIS production and consumption in China. In addition, analysis on the latest consumption dynamics and market trend of Sucralose industry will also be included in this report.
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Production Data of Sucralose in China

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The chart shows that both output and capacity of sucralose in China had been increasing from 2006 to 2010. And in 2010, the output of sucralose reaches more than 600 tonnes, increasing by about 50% over 2009 thanks to the recovered demand from overseas market.
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Booming Sucralose Market in China

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China’s sucralose market is expected to be expanding in the next few years, stated in CCM International’s report of Production and Market of Sucralose in China.
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Producer Profiles of Sucralose in China

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Table Major producer list of sucralose in China, 2010
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Price Monitoring of Sucralose in China

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From 2006 to 2010, the average ex-factory price of sucralose has dropped from USD188,470/t to USD 114,385/t with CAGR of -11.74%. The price downtrend is mainly attributed to three reasons.
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Sweeteners China News 1206 - Annual Subscription

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Welcome to the June issue of Sweeteners China News published by CCM International, a professional consulting company which has been extensively and intently focusing on dynamics of China's sweetener industry. Since May 2012, Chinese government has started to promote the construction of Quality Credit System, which may advance the development of Chinese sweetener industry in the future. In overseas market, although the EU made a final verdict for the midterm review of anti-dumping measures on Chinese cyclamate, the total export volume of Chinese cyclamate will not be obviously impacted in the near future. Besides, Chinese sucralose industry may face two risks in the future: overcapacity and the continuing downtrend of price. However, some domestic enterprises still start their new sucralose projects. For example, Shanghai Suzan has started one in Pengze County, Jiujiang City, Jiangxi Province.The EU makes a final verdict for the midterm review of antidumping measures on cyclamate...
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Sweeteners China News 1111 - Annual Subscription

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Welcome to the November issue of Sweeteners China News published by CCM International, a professional consulting company which has been extensively and intently focusing on dynamics of China's sweetener industry. Domestic sucrose price decreased slightly in October 2011, about USD1,142.65/t, decreasing 6.82% over the highest price in mid August 2011, which benefited FOS' profits. For example, QHT's decline in net profit was narrowed in the first three months of 2011 owing to the small decrease in sucrose price and increase in sales value. Besides, more and more starch sugar producers are targeting at HFCS market. For instance, five HFCS projects with total capacity of 55 thousand t/a will be launched in the next few months, with a possibility to lead to the price decrease of HFCS in H2 2012. Moreover, a large number of sucralose producers never stop ameliorating their production technology of sucralose in China, availing competitiveness rise and price decrease in the future. In addi...
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Find Hot News in Sweeteners China News 1209

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Sweeteners China News offers timely update and close follow up of China’s various kind of sweeteners market dynamics.
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Sweeteners China News 1205

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Welcome to the May issue of Sweeteners China News published by CCM International, a professional consulting company which has been extensively and intently focusing on dynamics of China's sweetener industry. In April 2012, Chinese government published some policies to dampen down the development of corn deep processing industry, which may drag down the price of corn in the coming months. Besides, some national standards on sugar alcohols start to solicit opinions from industries. In addition, the HFCS industry is still full of potential in China. For example, Global Sweeteners expanded its HFCS business in April 2012 through acquiring equity interests in HFCS business from Cargill. Finally, we have also paid special attention to the development of some sweeteners in China. Mogroside, one natural sweetener extracted from grosvenor momordica, may become one of the most popular natural sweeteners globally in the future. And the performance of China's sucralose industry will be bet...
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