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Sweeteners China News
|Sweeteners China News|
Published: 12 issues / year
CCM Data & Business Intelligence
Content info: 33 Pages
Devesh Dukhira, the CEO of the Mauritius Sugar Syndicate, said in an interview with Xinhua News Agency on 13 July that he was full of confidence in the sales of Mauritius special sugar in China; The Three-Year Action Plan for the Development of Industries in Yunnan Province (2022-2024) released on July 6, 2022, which put forward requirements for the sugar industry in Yunnan Province.
At the end of June, Layn signed a cooperation agreement with Zicheng Biotech for the development and exclusive supply of a new product, and released its financial forecast for H2 2022.
Shandong Fuyuang published its IPO prospectus (the application version) on 5 July, 2022.
On 29 June, CSPC Innovation published a revised draft of the acquisition of CSPC Shengxue that included information about the acquiree's operational state between Jan. and May 2022.
The EIA report of CCGB's technology upgrading project of stevia production lines was accepted and publicised in June, and the EIA report of Hebei Yuwei's D-mannose & inositol production project was accepted and publicised in July.
EIA reports of Hongde Marine's seaweed polysaccharide additive and seaweed powder project and Shandong Haifeng's COS project were both accepted and publicised in early July.
The EIA report of Bailong Chuangyuan's 15,000 t/a crystalline sugar project was accepted and publicised on 21 July.
In July, the monitoring report of Saraya's expansion and retrofitting project was publicised and the EIA report of Shandong Qiantai's erythritol production project was accepted and publicised.
China's sucralose price rebounded in July.
In May, China's export volumes of xylitol, glucose and glucose syrup (fructose content<20%, dry state) recorded new highs since 2021.
‘Sweeteners China News’ provides you with real-time intelligence on China's sugar and sweeteners market.
It is a monthly published newsletter, which can be downloaded in PDF format. The subscription period is yearly, grants the subscriber 12 issues in total.
China is one of the world's largest producers of sweeteners, dominating the global market for many high-intensity sweeteners such as saccharin, cyclamate, acesulfame-K (Ace-K), stevia, aspartame, sucralose, glycyrrhizin, alitame and neotame. Consumption is also rising rapidly in China thanks to the increasing popularity of sugar-enriched food and beverage products.
However, many sectors are mired in overcapacity, with prices dropping so low that Chinese producers are in danger of being hit by anti-dumping measures in key export markets. Meanwhile, companies are struggling to upgrade their production technology and adapt to much stricter environmental regulations.
‘Sweeteners China News’ will help you stay ahead of the game in this fast-changing market with real-time reporting on the entire sweeteners industry chain, from raw materials to end consumption. This includes: