New Market Study “Production and Market of Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in China” Now Available at MarketPublishers.com08 Sep 2011 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – DHA has been a popular scientific and market issue since 1993 when World Health Organization stated good recommendations on its use. Fish oil acts as the primery source for DHA, however since the material can now be obtained from microalgae, the letter form is more preferable as a material of better quality and higher safety.
Recent years have been extremely fruitful for the Chinese microalgal DHA market. Backed up by the increasing demand level the industry has been expanding its capacity with a CAGR of 23% during 2007 – 2010. However microalgal DHA industry is still lagging behind despite the booming growth. It rests at the initial development stage which can hardly compete with the ever-developing technologies of the advanced countries.
New market research report “Production and Market of Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in China” provided by CCM International Limited offers a deep insight into the Chinese DHA market and features key data and analysis on DHA industry covering production situation, pricing and consumption in China thus providing vital business intelligence of China's DHA market.
Title: Production and Market of Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in China
Published: August, 2011
Pages: 37 Price: US$ 3,500
INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY
1 OVERVIEW OF DHA INDUSTRY IN CHINA
1.1 Brief introduction to DHA
1.2 Development environment of DHA industry in China
2 PRODUCTION SITUATION OF DHA IN CHINA
2.1 Current production situation of DHA in China
2.1.1 Production situation of DHA, 2007-2010
2.1.2 Major producers and distributors
184.108.40.206 Major producers
220.127.116.11 Major distributors
2.3 Raw material supply
2.4.1 Introduction of the production technology
2.4.2 Comparison between different production technologies
3 CONSUMPTION OF DHA IN CHINA
3.1 Overview of DHA consumption
3.2 DHA consumption in major end use segments
4 FORECAST ON DHA IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS IN CHINA
4.1 Influencing factors
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