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China Dominates Stevia Rebaudiana Extract Industry, Says CRI in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

07 Sep 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – There are more than 2,000 kinds of stevia sugar globally. At present, China occupies a position of the world’s leading producer and exporter of stevia rebaudiana, and the USA, Europe, South Korea and Japan are key export destinations. Malaysia is also gaining prominence as an export destination.

As of 2015, the export volume of stevia sugar exported by China accounted for over 88% of the global one.

Besides, the country holds an 80% share of the aggregate global supply in terms of output volume of stevia rebaudiana extracts. In 2015, for instance, the stevia rebaudiana extracts’ output volume surpassed the 4,000 tons mark, and over two thirds of them were exported.

In 2000, the export value of the extracts was estimated at less than USD 1 million in the country. In 2015, it was more than USD 200 million given export growth which took place since 2006.

In-demand research report “Research Report on China Stevia Rebaudiana Extract Industry, 2016-2020” developed by CRI offers an up-close look at the stevia rebaudiana extracts industry in China. The study investigates development environment and examines a supply status in detail (over the period 2011-2016). A demand status is explored in the report, as well.

The research study casts light on raw material costs and focuses on sales dynamics. It insightfully investigates export and import trends. Barriers of entry are also discussed in the research report. A competition structure is also described in the study.

The research report highlights major manufacturers (e.g. Ganzhou Julong High-tech Industrial Co.) as well as prospects this industry has through 2021.

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More insightful studies by our partner can be found at its page.


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