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Sweeteners China News

China's sugar and sweeteners enjoyed a rapid development in the past and will have a promising market in the future, boosted by China's fast growing food and beverage industry, the major end userof sugar and sweeteners. The development of sweeteners, substitutes for sugar, could be boosted by sugar supply changes,subjectedto many factors, such as weather, sugar crops planting area changes, inflation, competition, etc.China is one of the largest supplier for most of the nine commonly used high intensity sweeteners (HIS), including saccharin, cyclamate, acesulfame-K (Ace-K), stevia sweetener, aspartame, sucralose, glycyrrhizin, alitame and neotamea. As an important HIS producer, consumer and exporter, China plays an important role in the global HIS industry. Besides HIS, other kinds of sweeteners such as functional oligosaccharide and starch sugar are estimated to enjoya promising development in the future, mainly thanks totheincreasing downstream demand. Sweeteners China News brings you the latest information on newly market and company dynamics, new sweetener products and downstream consumption trend, new legislations and policies and raw material supply dynamics that are shaping the market.

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EU makes anti-dumping sunset review on cyclamate from China

Published on 12th June, 2015

Export overview of some sweeteners and raw materials in China, April 2015

Published on 12th June, 2015

China's starch sugar industry gradually recovers since January 2015

Published on 12th June, 2015

Since January 2015, the Chinese starch sugar industry has begun to recover gradually, thanks to the increased prices of corn and corn starch (raw materials) and sucrose (substitute), and the strengthened downstream demand. Meanwhile, the starch sugar enterprises also recorded fine financial performance in this business. In the short term, however, the starch sugar market may tend to be stable.

Shandong Zhongshun: construction of erythritol project advanced smoothly

Published on 11th June, 2015

QHT dedicated to Oligo market expansion

Published on 5th June, 2015

On 27 May, 2015, QHT Microecology signed the Oligo Strategic Cooperation Agreement with Quanjia Kangjian, a subsidiary of VACN, in a move to expand the Oligo prebiotics market via the partner's multiple sale channels.

Yunnan brings 800,000 tonnes sucrose storage project to end

Published on 4th June, 2015

EU makes anti-dumping investigation on aspartame from China

Published on 2nd June, 2015

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