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North American Shelf-life Extension Food Additives Market

Published by Frost & Sullivan Product code 249560
Published Content info 107 Pages
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North American Shelf-life Extension Food Additives Market
Published: August 29, 2012 Content info: 107 Pages


Vitamin E Raw Material Crunch is Expected to Push Prices Further Up

This research service examines the North American shelf-life extension food additives market. The study reviews market engineering measurements and provides a market overview, forecasts and trends, pricing analysis, vertical market analysis, competitive analysis, and market share analysis at the total market level. Segments covered include natural and synthetic antioxidants. Different types of antioxidants include natural vitamin E , herbal extracts (rosemary extracts), hindered phenols, gallates and Vitamin C (ascorbyl palmitate). A separate competitive analysis is performed based on each of the antioxidants listed.

Key Questions That This Study Will Answer

  • What is the market size of antioxidants destined for food shelf-life extension?
  • Who are the major participants in the market, and what are their respective market shares?
  • What are the different forms of antioxidants?
  • What are the reasons for the increasing prices of natural antioxidants?
  • What is the consumption pattern in the United States compared to rest of the world?
  • What are the major drivers and restraints in the market?
Table of Contents
Product Code: NB63-01-00-00-00

Table of Contents

  • 1. Executive Summary
  • 2. Market Overview
  • 3. Total Shelf-life Extension Food Additives Market
    • External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints
    • Forecasts and Trends
    • Market Share and Competitive Analysis
  • 4. Natural Antioxidants Segment Breakdown
    • Vitamin E Subsegment Breakdown
    • Herbal Extracts Subsegment Breakdown
  • 5. Synthetic Antioxidants Segment Breakdown
    • Hindered Phenols Subsegment Breakdown
    • Gallates Subsegment Breakdown
    • Ascorbyl Palmitate Subsegment Breakdown
  • 6. The Last Word (Conclusions and Implications)
  • 7. Appendix
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