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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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Baolingbao & QHT Obtain Patent Certificate for Feed in July 2014

Published on 16th July, 2014

New Refined Sugar Project in Zuoyuan Group

Published on 16th July, 2014

On 2 July, 2014, Dalian Zuoyuan Group Co., Ltd. invested a new refined sugar processing project. It is predicted that the profitability of this project will be affected by the sucrose price at home and abroad.

Nanning Sugar Forecasts Losses in H1 2014

Published on 14th July, 2014

Global Sweeteners Predicts Losses in H1 2014

Published on 11th July, 2014

Baolingbao Expands Product Mix

Published on 11th July, 2014

On 24 June, 2014, Baolingbao released an announcement that 8 sorts of products (such as trehalose, GOS, specialized syrup for stuffing) are included in the company's business scope. Among them, the producing lines for trehalose and GOS have been constructing.

QHT Predicts YoY Fall in Net Profit in H1 2014

Published on 10th July, 2014

NHFPC Approves on Extension of Use for Isomaltulose

Published on 8th July, 2014

Sales of Sucrose by End of June 2014 in China

Published on 4th July, 2014

Ex-works Price of Sorbitol Increases Since May 2014

Published on 4th July, 2014

The ex-works price of China's sorbitol increased during May-June 2014, driven by the rising price of raw material and downstream products.

China's Sucrose Imports Fall in May 2014

Published on 4th July, 2014

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