China Starch Sugar Industry Analysed by CCM in Its In-demand Market Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
18 Dec 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The starch sugar industry has confronted different challenges over the past few years, but along with that, the challenges are expected to promote the development and innovation of the manufacturing and processing technology, which will likely enhance the quality, widen the varieties, and expand the use of starch sugar products.
China has witnessed fast-paced development in the corn deep processing industry in the recent past and starch sugar the output has followed a growing trend since 2009 owing to the rapid hike in sugar consumption and the rapid growth of the output of sugar-rich foods.
In 2011, the output of sucrose declined sharply and the price of sucrose rose considerably, which propelled the starch sugar sector’s growth. The output of starch sugars amount to close to 12.80 million tonnes in 2011. During 2011–2014, a host of enterprises poured money into starch sugar projects, resulting in a sharp hike in starch sugar capacity. Meantime, the downstream demand for sugar-rich food products remained weak and sucrose output grew gradually following 2011, which led to overcapacity in the starch sugar industry. Starch sugar output stood at 12.20 million tonnes during 2012-2013, and dropped to 8.9 million tonnes in 2015. During 2014-2016, the country’s starch sugar sector has seen stable, though relatively slow growth, which is primarily owing to the impact of policy, excess capacity and saturated consumption.
Zhucheng Dongxiao, Global Sweeteners, Baolingbao and Luzhou Bio-Chem, among others, are the major producers in the industry.
In-demand publication “Production of Starch Sugar in China 2014–2016” drawn up by CCM provides an all-round, insightful analysis of the market on a national level. The report provides an annual review of hot spots in the country’s starch sugar industry as of 2016. It segments the market based on type, covering glucose syrup, maltose syrup, maltodextrin and high fructose corn syrup. For each of the product sectors, the report offers insightful information related to domestic capacity and output, top producers and distribution, and monthly ex-works prices.
Data are provided from 2014 to 2016.
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