Chinese Non-Sugar Sweeteners Market Performance Explored by AMID in Its Insightful Research Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com01 Apr 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Supported by such factors as the rise in industrial output, increasing imports and exports volumes, accelerating consumption and rising capital investments, the Chinese economy is expected to keep to a growth trend in the offing, thereby, opening lucrative opportunities for the development of various domestic industrial sectors. For instance, the Chinese non-sugar sweeteners industry experienced rapid growth during the past decade.
As of 2013, China was the number one leader in terms of high-intensity sweeteners production, commanding the lion’s share (over 70%) of worldwide output volumes. The Chinese demand for non-sugar sweeteners has demonstrated fast-paced growth recently, and it is likely to gain traction in the years to come, driven by enhancing weight loss and dental care awareness, increasing number of diabetics and also expanding prevalence of hypoglycemia. Rising demand for low calorie, sugar-free and diet products creates novel dimensions to non-sugar sweeteners market players.
The cutting-edge publication “Non-Sugar Sweeteners Markets in China” created by AMID presents an unbiased analysis of the Chinese non-sugar sweeteners market, highlighting China's economic trends, describing regulative initiatives and examining the market dynamics. Moreover, the report focuses on the country’s investment environment, traces China’s non-sugar industry development, uncovers domestic supply and demand figures, estimates the industry capacity, examines industry structure and marketing channels, and also profiles the major industry participants. Furthermore, the research publication offers long-term forecasts through 2020 and 2025. Moreover, non-sugar sweeteners sales, imports and exports volumes are disclosed along with details on pricing trends.
Non-Sugar Sweeteners Markets in China
Published: March, 2016
Price: US$ 4,000.00
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