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亞太地區高甜度甜味劑(HIS)市場分析

Survey of High Intensity Sweeteners in Asia Pacific

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亞太地區高甜度甜味劑(HIS)市場分析 Survey of High Intensity Sweeteners in Asia Pacific
出版日期: 2014年03月26日 內容資訊: 英文 233 Pages
簡介

亞太地區常用9種(糖精、甜精、AK糖(乙醯磺胺酸鉀)、甜菊代糖、阿斯巴甜、蔗糖素、甘草酸、阿力甜、紐甜代糖)高甜度甜味劑(HIS)。

本報告提供亞太地區HIS市場相關調查分析、市場概要、主要影響要素、主要國家與地區概要、市場分析,再加上主要企業簡介,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 全球HIS市場概要

  • HIS簡介
  • 全球市場概要

第2章 亞太地區的HIS市場主要影響要素

  • 政策和法規
  • 貿易障礙
  • 宏觀經濟和人口統計
  • 競爭產品
  • 甜的商品的飲食習慣

第3章 亞太地區的主要國家、地區的HIS

  • 概要
  • 政策與影響要素、生產與生產業者、消費和終端用戶等
    • 中國
    • 印度
    • 日本
    • 印尼
    • 其他(馬來西亞、韓國、台灣)

第4章 HIS的明細:各產品

  • 概要
  • 糖精
  • 甜精
  • AK糖(乙醯磺胺酸鉀)
  • 甜菊代糖
  • 阿斯巴甜
  • 蔗糖素
  • 甘草酸
  • 阿力甜、紐甜代糖

第5章 簡介

  • 主要生產業者
  • 主要終端用戶

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目錄

There are nine commonly used high intensity sweeteners (HIS) in Asia Pacific area, which are saccharin, cyclamate, acesulfame-K, stevia sweetener, aspartame, sucralose, glycyrrhizin, alitame and neotame. All of them are at least 30 times sweeter than sucrose, among which neotame has the highest sweetness: 8,000 times. Stevia sweetener and glycyrrhizin are natural, while the rest are artificial.

These HIS can be grouped into generations according to their history of usage. Among the different opinions on how they are grouped, there is a popular one: the first generation is cyclamate, glycyrrhizin and saccharin, since they have long been used by human beings; the second generation is acesulfame-K and aspartame; the third generation includes alitame, neotame, sucralose and stevia sweetener.

Industrial affairs

In the past decade, global consumption volume of HIS has been growing at a CAGR of around 4%, which is much faster than that of the global sugar market due to multiple factors including economic growth, price increase of sugar, increasingly competitive price of HIS, rising demand for low-calorie diet given the increasingly severe obesity and diabetes across the world, etc.

Sucralose and stevia sweetener, as the new generation HIS, have witnessed the fastest growth in the past decade globally, especially sucralose, whose market has been exploding in the past three to four years, with Chinese producers keeping on launching new capacities, thus driving down its price considerably in the global market. The global sucralose market has outpaced stevia sweetener by 2012, and its share is predicted to continue expand.

Market growth of stevia sweetener in the world is mainly driven by its approval in the US and Europe, which have become the fastest growing market of stevia sweetener.

Older generation HIS, cyclamate, acesulfame-K and aspartame, have also witnessed remarkable growth, while saccharin, the oldest HIS, has seen a declining market both by consumption volume and by market share, although its market remains the largest as of 2013 by sugar equivalent consumption volume. The saccharin market shrink is caused by many factors, including people's concern on the product's safety, declined supply from China, which is the leading supplier, because of pollution in its production and competition from new sweeteners.

Asia Pacific position

Asia Pacific, with China, India and Indonesia, ranking first, second and fourth in terms of population worldwide located in this region, is an important consumption region of HIS in the world, taking up about 50% by consumption in the global market. It is much more important as a supplier, providing more than 80% of the world's HIS output.

Purpose of report

  • Provide the latest information on HIS' development in Asia Pacific region in the past three years from 2011.

Applicable user

  • Manufacturers to enter Asia Pacific sugar and sweetener market or produce sugar and sweeteners permitted to be used in the region
  • Investors planning to invest in Asia Pacific sugar and sweetener industry
  • Analysts, consultants or research institutes trying to gain insight into the world's fast-growing market of sugar and sweeteners
  • Raw material suppliers
  • Trading companies targeting Asia Pacific sugar and sweetener market
  • Distributors wishing to keep up with the trend of China's sugar and sweetener market
  • Equipment suppliers targeting Asia Pacific with high-quality production and processing machinery and lines, and testing and quality control systems

What to report

Survey of High Intensity Sweeteners in Asia Pacific - 2nd Edition covers the following aspects:

  • Overview of global high intensity sweetener market
  • Key factors influencing Asia Pacific high intensity sweetener market, including approval status for HIS, anti-dumping cases and intellectual property protection, macro factors like macro economy and demography, competitive products (sugar and starch sugar), as well as eating habit in different countries in this region
  • High intensity sweeteners in major countries and regions of Asia Pacific, from perspective of production, consumption and trade, as well as drivers and barriers to development and forecast on demand to 2018
  • Market breakdown of high intensity sweeteners by country and product, from output and consumption by volume and value
  • Profile of leading players and end-users

Forecast on industry

Asia Pacific market of high intensity sweeteners will continue to grow in the coming years. Its demand and dominant role in supply, especially, will maintain.

Value to client

Through the report, you can better understand the market and find opportunities in this market by finding answers to the following questions:

  • What are the major production countries of high intensity sweeteners in Asia Pacific? What are the major products they supply? How has their supply changed in the past three years?
  • What are the major consumption markets in Asia Pacific region? What are the popular products in each major market and how the difference occurs? What are the market sizes of each country by product and in total in the past three years? What factors have influenced and will continue to influence their consumption? How will these factors change in the coming years?
  • Besides, among all the nine HIS, which products are growing robustly, which are witnessing stable growth, and which are facing a static and even declining market in the whole region and in each major country, in supply and consumption volume in the past years?

Methodology

  • Desk research
  • Questionnaire survey
  • Telephone interview

Executive summary:

Although Asia Pacific region has the world's largest population compared with other continents like Europe and North America, its consumption of high intensity sweeteners is not so important as that of Europe and the US. The consumption volume of high intensity sweetener in Asia Pacific region in 2013 is estimated to account for 46% of the global total, with XXX tonnes by volume and USDXXX million by value. However, as the economy in this region continues to grow much more robustly, the importance of its consumption in the global market is expected to enhance.

Big markets in the region include China, Japan, India and Indonesia. Their combined consumption volume of high intensity sweeteners is estimated to account for about XXX% of the total in this region.

Among these countries, China, the most populous country in the world, has the largest consumption of high intensity sweeteners by real volume, volume by sugar equivalent, or by consumption value. These figures in 2013 were XXX tonnes by real volume, and USDXXX million by value.

India, with the second largest population in the world, has a much smaller consumption of high intensity sweeteners, showing that Indian people's preference for natural sugar. Its consumption is only less than half of that Indonesia's by real volume and by sugar equivalent volume, while Indonesia's population, about 240 million, is less than one third of India's 1.2 billion. However, India's consumption value of high intensity sweeteners in 2013 exceeded USDXXX million, is almost twice of that of Indonesia....

As one of the few developed countries in this region, Japan's consumption of high intensity sweeteners reached XXX tonnes in 2013 by real volume. Though the volume is only about one fourth of Indonesia's, its consumption value, USDXXX million in 2013, is much bigger than Indonesia's USDXXX million. ...

Indonesia, with preference for sweet foods and natural sugar but baffled by its insufficient domestic supply, have to turn more to high intensity sweeteners to meet its demand for sweetness. ... In 2013, the country consumed XXX tonnes of high intensity sweeteners by real tonnes. That's XXX million tonnes by sugar equivalent, and USDXXX million by consumption value. Cyclamate and saccharin are the dominating products in Indonesia's high intensity sweetener market.

As to the supply, the Asia Pacific's role is much more influential in the global supply of high intensity sweeteners. Asia Pacific produces more than 80% of the world's high intensity sweeteners, with the dominant player being China.

The rest countries in these regions are either producing only two to four products, and usually with a small volume, except aspartame and cyclamate. Japan is an important producer of aspartame in the world with an output of XXX tonnes in 2013. Indonesia is an important supplier of cyclamate in the world.

Table of Contents

Executive summary

Introduction and methodology

1 Overview of global high intensity sweetener market

  • 1-1 Profile of high intensity sweeteners
  • 1-2 Global market overview

2 Key influencing factors of Asia Pacific high intensity sweetener market

  • 2-1 Policies and regulations
  • 2-2 Trade barriers
    • 2-2-1 Anti-dumping investigation
    • 2-2-2 Intellectual property protection
  • 2-3 Macroeconomy and demography
    • 2-3-1 Macroeconomy
    • 2-3-2 Demography
  • 2-4 Competitive products
    • 2-4-1 Sucrose
    • 2-4-2 Starch sugar
  • 2-5 Eating habit on sweet products

3 High intensity sweeteners in major countries and regions of Asia Pacific

  • 3-1 Overview
  • 3-2 China
    • 3-2-1 Brief introduction
    • 3-2-2 Policies and key influencing factors
      • 3-2-2-1 Environmental policy
      • 3-2-2-2 Food regulation
      • 3-2-2-3 Other factors
    • 3-2-3 Production and producers
      • 3-2-3-1 Saccharin
      • 3-2-3-2 Cyclamate
      • 3-2-3-3 Acesulfame-K
      • 3-2-3-4 Aspartame
      • 3-2-3-5 Stevia sweetener
      • 3-2-3-6 Sucralose
      • 3-2-3-7 Glycyrrhizin
      • 3-2-3-8 Alitame and neotame
    • 3-2-4 Consumption and end-use segments
      • 3-2-4-1 Saccharin
      • 3-2-4-2 Cyclamate
      • 3-2-4-3 Acesulfame-K
      • 3-2-4-4 Aspartame
      • 3-2-4-5 Stevia sweetener
      • 3-2-4-6 Sucralose
      • 3-2-4-7 Glycyrrhizin
    • 3-2-5 Trade situation
      • 3-2-5-1 Saccharin
      • 3-2-5-2 Cyclamate
      • 3-2-5-3 Acesulfame-K
      • 3-2-5-4 Aspartame
      • 3-2-5-5 Stevia sweetener
      • 3-2-5-6 Sucralose
      • 3-2-5-7 Glycyrrhizin
    • 3-2-6 Forecast on demand
      • 3-2-6-1 Drivers
      • 3-2-6-2 Barriers
      • 3-2-6-3 Future on demand
  • 3-3 India
    • 3-3-1 Brief introduction
    • 3-3-2 Policies and key influencing factors
      • 3-3-2-1 Environmental policy
      • 3-3-2-2 Food regulation
      • 3-3-2-3 Other factors
    • 3-3-3 Production and producers
      • 3-3-3-1 Saccharin
      • 3-3-3-2 Stevia sweetener
      • 3-3-3-3 Sucralose
      • 3-3-3-4 Glycyrrhizin
    • 3-3-4 Consumption and end-use segments
      • 3-3-4-1 Saccharin
      • 3-3-4-2 Acesulfame-K
      • 3-3-4-3 Aspartame
      • 3-3-4-4 Stevia sweetener
      • 3-3-4-5 Sucralose
      • 3-3-4-6 Glycyrrhizin
    • 3-3-5 Trade situation
      • 3-3-5-1 Saccharin
      • 3-3-5-2 Acesulfame-K
      • 3-3-5-3 Aspartame
      • 3-3-5-4 Stevia sweetener
      • 3-3-5-5 Sucralose
      • 3-3-5-6 Glycyrrhizin
    • 3-3-6 Forecast on demand
      • 3-3-6-1 Drivers
      • 3-3-6-2 Barriers
      • 3-3-6-3 Future on demand
  • 3-4 Japan
    • 3-4-1 Brief introduction
    • 3-4-2 Policies and key influencing factors
      • 3-4-2-1 Food regulation
      • 3-4-2-2 Industrial policy
      • 3-4-2-3 Other factors
    • 3-4-3 Production and producers
      • 3-4-3-1 Aspartame
      • 3-4-3-2 Stevia sweetener
      • 3-4-3-3 Glycyrrhizin
    • 3-4-4 Consumption and end-use segments
      • 3-4-4-1 Saccharin
      • 3-4-4-2 Acesulfame-K
      • 3-4-4-3 Aspartame
      • 3-4-4-4 Stevia sweetener
      • 3-4-4-5 Sucralose
      • 3-4-4-6 Glycyrrhizin
    • 3-4-5 Trade situation
      • 3-4-5-1 Saccharin
      • 3-4-5-2 Acesulfame-K
      • 3-4-5-3 Aspartame
      • 3-4-5-4 Stevia sweetener
      • 3-4-5-5 Sucralose
      • 3-4-5-6 Glycyrrhizin
    • 3-4-6 Forecast on demand
      • 3-4-6-1 Drivers
      • 3-4-6-2 Barriers
      • 3-4-6-3 Future on demand
  • 3-5 Indonesia
    • 3-5-1 Brief introduction
    • 3-5-2 Policies and key influencing factors
      • 3-5-2-1 Food regulation
      • 3-5-2-2 Industrial policy
      • 3-5-2-3 Other factors
    • 3-5-3 Production and producers
      • 3-5-3-1 Saccharin
      • 3-5-3-2 Cyclamate
    • 3-5-4 Consumption and end-use segments
      • 3-5-4-1 Saccharin
      • 3-5-4-2 Cyclamate
      • 3-5-4-3 Acesulfame-K
      • 3-5-4-4 Aspartame
      • 3-5-4-5 Stevia sweetener
      • 3-5-4-6 Sucralose
      • 3-5-4-7 Glycyrrhizin
    • 3-5-5 Trade situation
      • 3-5-5-1 Saccharin
      • 3-5-5-2 Cyclamate
      • 3-5-5-3 Acesulfame-K
      • 3-5-5-4 Aspartame
      • 3-5-5-5 Stevia sweetener
      • 3-5-5-6 Sucralose
      • 3-5-5-7 Glycyrrhizin
    • 3-5-6 Forecast on demand
      • 3-5-6-1 Drivers
      • 3-5-6-2 Barriers
      • 3-5-6-3 Future on demand
  • 3-6 Others
    • 3-6-1 Malaysia
      • 3-6-1-1 Brief introduction
      • 3-6-1-2 Policies and key influencing factors
      • 3-6-1-3 Production and producers
      • 3-6-1-4 Trade situation
    • 3-6-2 South Korea
      • 3-6-2-1 Brief introduction
      • 3-6-2-2 Policies and key influencing factors
      • 3-6-2-3 Production and producers
      • 3-6-2-4 Trade situation
    • 3-6-3 Taiwan
      • 3-6-3-1 Brief introduction
      • 3-6-3-2 Policies and key influencing factors

4 Breakdown of high intensity sweeters by product

  • 4-1 Overview
  • 4-2 Saccharin
  • 4-3 Cyclamate
  • 4-4 Acesulfame-K
  • 4-5 Stevia sweetener
  • 4-6 Aspartame
  • 4-7 Sucralose
  • 4-8 Glycyrrhizin
  • 4-9 Alitame and neotame

5 Profiles

  • 5-1 Key producers
    • 5-1-1 GLG Life Tech Corporation
    • 5-1-2 Suzhou Hope Technology Co., Ltd.
    • 5-1-3 Beijing Vitasweet Co., Ltd.
    • 5-1-4 Tate & Lyle PLC
    • 5-1-5 Daesang Corporation
    • 5-1-6 Zhangjiagang Free Trade Zone MAFCO Biotech Co., Ltd.
    • 5-1-7 Gansu Fanzhi Biothenology Co., Ltd.
    • 5-1-8 Ajinomoto Co., Inc.
    • 5-1-9 Changzhou Niutang Chemical Plant Co., Ltd.
    • 5-1-10 JK Sucralose Inc.
    • 5-1-11 PureCircle (Jiangxi) Co., Ltd.
    • 5-1-12 China Pingmei Shenma Group Kaifeng Xinghua Fine Chemical Co., Ltd.
    • 5-1-13 Tianjin North Food Co., Ltd.
    • 5-1-14 Alkem Laboratories Ltd.
  • 5-2 Key end-users
    • 5-2-1 PepsiCo, Inc.
    • 5-2-2 Nestlé (China) Ltd.
    • 5-2-3 Dongguan Hsu Fu Chi Food Co., Ltd.
    • 5-2-4 Inner Mongolia Mengniu Dairy (Group) Co., Ltd.
    • 5-2-5 Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group Co., Ltd.

List of tables:

  • Table 1.1-1 Comparison of properties between sucrose and major high intensity sweeteners used in Asia Pacific
  • Table 1.2-1 Production summary of high intensity sweeteners in the world, 2013
  • Table 2.1-1 Approval status of high intensity sweeteners in four major countries of Asia Pacific, as of March 2014
  • Table 2.2.1-1 Review of anti-dumping cases on Asia Pacific's high intensity sweeteners, as of March 2014
  • Table 2.2.1-2 EU's verdict of sunset review on cyclamate from China and Indonesia, 2012
  • Table 2.2.2-1 Major sucralose patents obtained by Chinese producers, 2003-2013
  • Table 2.3.1-1 GDP of major economies in Asia Pacific, 2009-2012, billion USD
  • Table 2.3.1-2 GDP growth rate of major economies in Asia Pacific, 2009-2012
  • Table 2.3.2-1 Annual total population by age group in four major countries in Asia Pacific, 2007-2010
  • Table 2.3.2-2 Population density of major countries in Asia Pacific, as of 1 July, 2008-2010, persons per square km
  • Table 2.4-1 Property comparison among sucrose, starch sugar and high intensity sweeteners
  • Table 2.4.1-1 Per capita consumption of sugar in major countries in the world, 2009-2012, kg
  • Table 3.2.1-1 Comparison of prices of unit sweetness of high intensity sweeteners in China, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.2.2.1-1 Major environmental policies on sweetener industry in China, as of March 2014
  • Table 3.2.2.2-1 Major food laws and regulations on sweetener industry in China, as of March 2014
  • Table 3.2.3.1-1 Production information on saccharin producers in China, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.2.3.2-1 Production information on cyclamate producers in China, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.2.3.3-1 Production information on acesulfame-K producers in China, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.2.3.4-1 Production information on aspartame producers in China, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.2.3.5-1 Production information on major stevia sweetener producers in China, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.2.3.6-1 Production information on major sucralose producers in China, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.2.3.7-1 Production information on glycyrrhizin producers in China, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.2.3.8-1 Production information on alitame producers in China, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.2.3.8-2 Production information on neotame producers in China, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.2.4-1 Consumption pattern of high intensity sweeteners in China, 2013, tonne
  • Table 3.2.4-2 Consumption volume and value of high intensity sweeteners in China, 2013
  • Table 3.2.4.1-1 Consumption pattern of saccharin in China, 2013
  • Table 3.2.4.2-1 Consumption pattern of cyclamate in China, 2013
  • Table 3.2.4.3-1 Consumption pattern of acesulfame-K in China, 2013
  • Table 3.2.4.4-1 Consumption pattern of aspartame in China, 2013
  • Table 3.2.4.5-1 Consumption pattern of stevia sweetener in China, 2013
  • Table 3.2.4.6-1 Consumption pattern of sucralose in China, 2013
  • Table 3.2.4.7-1 Consumption pattern of glycyrrhizin in China, 2013
  • Table 3.2.5.1-1 China's export of saccharin by destination, 2013
  • Table 3.2.5.1-2 China's export of saccharin by destination, 2012
  • Table 3.2.5.1-3 China's export of saccharin by destination, 2011
  • Table 3.2.5.2-1 China's export of cyclamate by destination, 2013
  • Table 3.2.5.2-2 China's export of cyclamate by destination, 2012
  • Table 3.2.5.2-3 China's export of cyclamate by destination in China, 2011
  • Table 3.2.5.3-1 China's export of acesulfame-K by destination in China, 2013
  • Table 3.2.5.3-2 China's export of acesulfame-K by destination in China, 2012
  • Table 3.2.5.3-3 China's export of acesulfame-K by destination in China, 2011
  • Table 3.2.5.4-1 China's export of aspartame by destination, 2013
  • Table 3.2.5.4-2 China's export of aspartame by destination, 2012
  • Table 3.2.5.4-3 China's export of aspartame by destination, 2011
  • Table 3.2.5.5-1 China's export of stevia sweetener by destination, 2011
  • Table 3.2.5.6-1 China's export of sucralose by destination, 2013
  • Table 3.2.5.6-2 China's export of sucralose by destination, 2012
  • Table 3.2.5.6-3 China's export of sucralose by destination, 2011
  • Table 3.2.5.7-1 China's export of glycyrrhizin by destination, 2011
  • Table 3.2.6.3-1 Projected consumption growth rate of high intensity sweeteners in China, 2014-2018
  • Table 3.3.3.1-1 Capacity and output of saccharin producers in India, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.3.3.2-1 Stevia sweetener producers in India, as of 2014
  • Table 3.3.3.3-1 Capacity and output of sucralose producers in India, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.3.3.4-1 Capacity and output of glycyrrhizin producer in India, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.3.4-1 Consumption value and output value of high intensity sweeteners in India, 2013, '000 USD
  • Table 3.3.4-2 Consumption pattern of high intensity sweeteners in India, 2013
  • Table 3.3.6.3-1 Projected consumption growth rate of high intensity sweeteners in India, 2014-2018
  • Table 3.4.3.1-1 Capacity and output of aspartame producers in Japan, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.4.3.2-1 Capacity and output of stevia sweetener producers in Japan, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.4.4-1 Consumption pattern of high intensity sweeteners in Japan, 2013
  • Table 3.4.6.3-1 Projected consumption growth rate of high intensity sweeteners in Japan, 2014-2018
  • Table 3.5.3.1-1 Capacity and output of saccharin producers in Indonesia, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.5.3.2-1 Capacity and output of cyclamate producers in Indonesia, 2011-2013
  • Table 3.5.4-1 Consumption value and output value of high intensity sweeteners in Indonesia, 2013, '000 USD
  • Table 3.5.4-2 Consumption pattern of high intensity sweeteners in Indonesia, 2013
  • Table 3.5.6.3-1 Projected consumption growth rate of high intensity sweeteners in Indonesia, 2014-2018
  • Table 4.2-1 Output of saccharin in Asia Pacific, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Table 4.3-1 Output of clyclamate in Asia Pacific, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Table 4.4-1 Output of acesulfame-K in Asia Pacific, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Table 4.5-1 Output of stevia sweetener in Asia Pacific, 2013
  • Table 4.6-1 Output of aspartame in Asia Pacific, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Table 4.7-1 Output of sucralose in Asia Pacific, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Table 4.8-1 Output of glycyrrhizin in Asia Pacific, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Table 5.1.1-1 GLG's capacity and output of stevia sweetener, 2011-2013
  • Table 5.1.2-1 Suzhou Hope's capacity and output of acesulfame-K, 2009-2013
  • Table 5.1.3-1 Beijing Vitasweet's capacity and output of high intensity sweeteners, 2011-2013
  • Table 5.1.6-1 ZFTZ MAFCO's capacity and output of glycyrrhizin, 2011-2013
  • Table 5.1.7-1 Gansu Fanzhi's capacity and output of glycyrrhizin, 2009-2013
  • Table 5.1.8-1 Ajinomoto's capacity and output of aspartame, 2011-2013
  • Table 5.1.9-1 Changzhou Niutang's capacity and output of high intensity sweeteners, 2009-2013
  • Table 5.1.10-1 JK Sucralose's capacity and output of sucralose, 2009-2013
  • Table 5.1.11-1 PureCircle (Jiangxi)'s capacity and output of stevia sweetener, 2009-2013
  • Table 5.1.12-1 Kaifeng Xinghua's capacity and output of saccharin, 2009-2013
  • Table 5.1.13-1 Tianjin North Food's capacity and output of high intensity sweeteners, 2009-2013
  • Table 5.2.2-1 Nestlé S.A.'s sales revenue of main businesses, 2013
  • Table 5.2.4-1 Mengniu's sales revenue of main business by product, 2009-2012, million USD
  • Table 5.2.5-1 Yili's sales revenue of main business by industry, 2009-2012, million USD

List of figures:

  • Figure 1.2-1 Consumption of high intensity sweeteners in the world by real volume, 2001 and 2013, tonne
  • Figure 2.4.1-1 Output of centrifugal sugar in Asia Pacific and the world, 2009-2013, tonne
  • Figure 2.4.1-2 Output of centrifugal sugar of major sucrose production countries in Asia Pacific, 2013, tonne
  • Figure 2.4.1-3 Average marke price of sucrose in the world, 2002-2013, USD/t
  • Figure 2.4.2-1 Output of high fructose corn syrup in Asia Pacific, 2005-2012, tonne
  • Figure 2.4.2-2 Major production countries' output of high fructose corn syrup in Asia Pacific, 2005-2012, tonne
  • Figure 2.4.2-3 Consumption volume of high fructose corn syrup in the US, 2000-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.1-1 Output share of high intensity sweeteners in Asia Pacific by country by volume, 2013
  • Figure 3.1-2 Output share of high intensity sweeteners in Asia Pacific by country by value, 2013
  • Figure 3.1-3 Consumption share of high intensity sweeteners in Asia Pacific by country by volume, 2013
  • Figure 3.1-4 Consumption share of high intensity sweeteners in Asia Pacific by country by value, 2013
  • Figure 3.2.2.1-1 Investment in environmental protection in China, 2009-2012
  • Figure 3.2.3-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of high intensity sweeteners in China, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.2.3-2 Output of high intensity sweeteners by product in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.3.1-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of saccharin in China, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.1-2 Production distribution of saccharin by output in China, 2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.1-3 Annual ex-works price of saccharin in China, 2008-2013, USD/t
  • Figure 3.2.3.2-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of cyclamate in China, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.2-2 Distribution of cyclamate production by output in China, 2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.2-3 Annual ex-works price of cyclamate (NF-13) in China, 2009-2013, USD/t
  • Figure 3.2.3.3-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of acesulfame-K in China, 2008-2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.3-2 Distribution of acesulfame-K production by output in China, 2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.3-3 Annual ex-works price of acesulfame-K in China, 2008-2013, USD/t
  • Figure 3.2.3.4-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of aspartamen in China, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.4-2 Distribution of aspartame production by output in China, 2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.4-3 Annual ex-works price of aspartame in China, 2008-2013, USD/t
  • Figure 3.2.3.5-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) stevia sweetener in China, 2008-2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.5-2 Distribution of stevia sweetener production by output in China, 2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.5-3 Annual ex-works price of stevia sweetener (rebaudioside A 90%) in China, 2008-2013, USD/t
  • Figure 3.2.3.6-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of sucralose in China, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.6-2 Distribution of sucralose production by output in China, 2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.6-3 Annual ex-works price of 99% sucralose in China, 2008-2013, USD/t
  • Figure 3.2.3.7-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of glycyrrhizin in China, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.7-2 Distribution of glycyrrhizin production by output in China, 2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.7-3 Annual ex-works price of glycyrrhizin in China, 2008-2013, USD/t
  • Figure 3.2.3.8-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of alitame in China, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.8-2 Annual ex-works price of alitame in China, 2008-2013, USD/t
  • Figure 3.2.3.8-3 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of neotame in China, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.2.3.8-4 Annual ex-works price of neotame in China, 2009-2013, USD/t
  • Figure 3.2.4-1 Consumption volume of high intensity sweeteners in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.4-2 Proportional distribution of high intensity sweeteners by apparent consumption in China, 2013
  • Figure 3.2.4.1-1 Consumption volume of saccharin in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.4.2-1 Consumption volume of cyclamate in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.4.3-1 Consumption volume of acesulfame-K in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.4.4-1 Consumption volume of aspartame in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.4.5-1 Consumption volume of stevia sweetener in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.4.6-1 Consumption volume of aspartame in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.4.7-1 Consumption volume of glycyrrihizin in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.5-1 Import and export volume of high intensity sweeteners in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.5-2 Proportion of high intensigy sweeteners in China by export volume, 2013
  • Figure 3.2.5.1-1 Export volume of saccharin in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.5.2-1 Export volume of cyclamate in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.5.3-1 Export volume of acesulfame-K in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.5.4-1 Export volume of aspartame in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.5.5-1 Export volume of stevia sweetener in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.5.6-1 Export volume of sucralose in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.5.7-1 Export volume of glycyrrhizin in China, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.2.6.3-1 Forecast on demand for high intensity sweetener in China, 2014-2018, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.3-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of high intensity sweeteners in India, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.3.3-2 Output of high intensity sweeteners in India by product, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.3.1-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of saccharin in India, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.3.3.2-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of stevia sweetener in India, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.3.3.3-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of sucralose in India, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.3.4-1 Consumption volume of high intensity sweeteners in India, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.4-2 Proportional distribution of high intensity sweeteners by consumption volume of each product in India, 2013
  • Figure 3.3.4.1-1 Consumption volume of saccharin in India, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.4.2-1 Consumption volume of acesulfame-K in India, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.4.3-1 Consumption volume of aspartame in India, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.4.4-1 Consumption volume of stevia sweetener in India, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.4.5-1 Consumption volume of sucralose in India, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.4.6-1 Consumption volume of glycyrrhizin in India, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.5-1 Import volume of high intensity sweeteners in India, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.5-2 Import share of different high intensity sweeteners by volume in India, 2013
  • Figure 3.3.5.1-1 India's import volume of saccharin, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.5.1-2 India's export volume of saccharin, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.5.2-1 India's import volume of acesulfame-K, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.5.3-1 India's import volume of aspartame, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.5.4-1 Imdia's import volume of stevia sweetener, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.5.5-1 India's import volume of sucralose, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.5.6-1 India's import volume of glycyrrhizin, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.3.6.3-1 Forecast on demand for high intensity sweeteners in India, 2014-2018, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.3-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of high intensity sweeteners in Japan, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.4.3-2 Output of high intensity sweeteners by product in Japan, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.3.1-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of aspartame in Japan, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.4.3.2-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of stevia sweetener in Japan, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.4.3.3-1 Capcity (t/a) and Output (tonne) of glycyrrhizin in Japan, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.4.4-1 Consumption volume of high intensity sweeteners in Japan, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.4-2 Proportional distribution of high intensity sweeteners by consumption volume in Japan, 2013
  • Figure 3.4.4.1-1 Consumption volume of saccharin in Japan, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.4.2-1 Consumption volume of acesulfame-K in Japan, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.4.2-2 Consumption pattern of acesulfame-K in Japan, 2013
  • Figure 3.4.4.3-1 Consumption volume of aspartame in Japan, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.4.3-2 Consumption pattern of aspartame in Japan, 2013
  • Figure 3.4.4.4-1 Consumption volume of stevia sweetener in Japan, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.4.5-1 Consumption volume of sucralose in Japan, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.4.5-2 Consumption pattern of sucralose in Japan, 2013
  • Figure 3.4.4.6-1 Consumption volume of glycyrrhizin in Japan, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.5-1 Import and export volume of high intensity sweeteners in Japan, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.5-2 Proportion of high intensity sweeteners in Japan by import volume, 2013
  • Figure 3.4.5.1-1 Japan's import volume of saccharin, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.5.2-1 Japan's import volume of acesulfame-K, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.5.3-1 Japan's import volume of aspartame, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.5.3-2 Japan's export volume of aspartame, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.5.4-1 Japan's import volume of stevia sweetener, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.5.5-1 Japan's import volume of sucralose, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.5.6-1 Japan's import volume of glycyrrhizin, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.4.6.3-1 Forecast on demand for high intensity sweeteners in Japan, 2014-2018, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.3-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of high intensity sweeteners in Indonesia, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.5.3-2 Output of high intensity sweeteners in Indonesia by product, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.3.1-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of saccharin in Indonesia, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.5.3.2-1 Capacity (t/a) and output (tonne) of cyclamate in Indonesia, 2011-2013
  • Figure 3.5.4-1 Consumption volume of high intensity sweeteners in Indonesia, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.4-2 Proportional distribution of high intensity sweeteners by consumption volume in Indonesia, 2013
  • Figure 3.5.4.1-1 Consumption volume of saccharin in Indonesia, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.4.2-1 Consumption volume of cyclamate in Indonesia, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.4.3-1 Consumption volume of acesulfame-K in Indonesia, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.4.4-1 Consumption volume of aspartame in Indonesia, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.4.5-1 Consumption volume of stevia sweetener in Indonesia, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.4.6-1 Consumption volume of sucralose in Indonesia, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.5-1 Indonesia's import volume of high intensity sweeteners, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.5-2 Import proportion of high intensity sweeteners by volume in Indonesia, 2013
  • Figure 3.5.5.1-1 Indonesia's import volume of saccharin, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.5.1-2 Indonesia's export volume of saccharin, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.5.2-1 Indonesia's import volume of cyclamate, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.5.2-2 Indonesia's export volume of cyclamate, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.5.3-1 Indonesia's import volume of acesulfame-K, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.5.4-1 Indonesia's import volume of aspartame, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.5.5-1 Indonesia's import volume of stevia sweetener, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.5.6-1 Indonesia's import volume of sucralose, 2011-2013, tonne
  • Figure 3.5.6.3-1 Forecast on demand for high intensity sweeteners in Indonesia, 2014-2018, tonne
  • Figure 4.1-1 Output share of high intensity sweeteners in Asia Pacific by volume and by value, 2013
  • Figure 4.1-2 Consumption share of high intensity sweeteners in Asia Pacific by volume and value, 2013
  • Figure 4.2-1 Output share of saccharin in Asia Pacific countries by volume, 2013
  • Figure 4.2-2 Consumption volume of saccharin in Asia Pacific, 2013, tonne
  • Figure 4.2-3 Consumption share of saccharin in Asia Pacific countries by volume, 2013
  • Figure 4.3-1 Output share of clylamate in Asia Pacific countries by volume, 2013
  • Figure 4.3-2 Consumption volume of cyclamate in Asia Pacific, 2013, tonne
  • Figure 4.3-3 Consumption share of cyclamate in Asia Pacific countries by volume, 2013
  • Figure 4.4-1 Consumption volume of acesulfame-K in Asia Pacific, 2013, tonne
  • Figure 4.4-2 Consumption share of acesulfame-K in Asia Pacific countries by volume, 2013
  • Figure 4.5-1 Output share of stevia sweetener in Asia Pacific countries by volume, 2013
  • Figure 4.5-2 Consumption volume of stevia sweetener in Asia Pacific, 2013, tonne
  • Figure 4.5-3 Consumption share of stevia sweetener in Asia Pacific countries by volume, 2013
  • Figure 4.6-1 Output share of aspartame in Asia Pacific countries by volume, 2013
  • Figure 4.6-2 Consumption volume of aspartame in Asia Pacific, 2013, tonne
  • Figure 4.6-3 Consumption share of aspartame in Asia Pacific countries by volume, 2013
  • Figure 4.7-1 Output share of sucralose in Asia Pacific countries by volume, 2013
  • Figure 4.7-2 Consumption volume of sucralose in Asia Pacific, 2013, tonne
  • Figure 4.7-3 Consumption share of sucralose in Asia Pacific countries by volume, 2013
  • Figure 4.8-1 Output share of glycyrrhizin in Asia Pacific countries by volume, 2013
  • Figure 4.8-2 Consumption volume of glycyrrhizin in Asia Pacific, 2013, tonne
  • Figure 4.8-3 Consumption share of glycyrrhizin in Asia Pacific countries by volume, 2013
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