Sweeteners China News

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  Sweeteners China News provides you with real-time intelligence on China's sugar and sweeteners market.
   
  China is one of the world's largest producers of sweeteners, dominating the global market for many high-intensity sweeteners such as saccharin, cyclamate, acesulfame-K (Ace-K), stevia, aspartame, sucralose, glycyrrhizin, alitame and neotame. Consumption is also rising rapidly in China thanks to the increasing popularity of sugar-enriched food and beverage products.
   
  However, many sectors are mired in overcapacity, with prices dropping so low that Chinese producers are in danger of being hit by anti-dumping measures in key export markets. Meanwhile, companies are struggling to upgrade their production technology and adapt to much stricter environmental regulations.
   
  Sweeteners China News will help you stay ahead of the game in this fast-changing market with real-time reporting on the entire sweeteners industry chain, from raw materials to end consumption. This includes:
  
        
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Main Content of Sweeteners China News 1902

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Published on 28th February, 2019

Published on 25th February, 2019

The average price of maltose syrup increased in 2018 over 2017, thanks to high raw material prices, tight supply, and falling demand.

Published on 25th February, 2019

Published on 25th February, 2019

Published on 25th February, 2019

Published on 25th February, 2019

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Published on 25th February, 2019

Published on 25th February, 2019

Published on 25th February, 2019

Published on 22nd February, 2019

In late Jan., the environmental monitoring report of Dezhou Huiyang's first-phase trehalose and maltose (maltitol) project was revealed. With the completed phase, 10,000 t/a of maltose, 3,000 t/a of trehalose, and 3,000 t/a of glucosactone will be produced.

Published on 21st February, 2019

In 2018, China imported 2.80 million tonnes of sugar, a YoY increase of 22.24%, and exported about 195,700 tonnes, up by 23.97% YoY. Last year the import quota on sugar remained the same as that in the year before.

Published on 20th February, 2019

It has recently been published that Hulun Buir Shengtong had produced 317,000 tonnes of beet as of 28 Jan. Its maximum ability to process beet could reach 5,000 tonnes per day; its sugar production was predicted to finish on 30 Jan.

Published on 20th February, 2019

On 14 Feb., the environmental impact report of Yunxiang Biotechnology's project to produce maltose and glucose was accepted by local environmental authorities; earlier, in late Jan., Jinjiang Jiashun saw the same report of its maltose syrup project published by local government for public opinions.

Published on 20th February, 2019

As of late Jan., a total of 5.03 million tonnes of sugar had been produced, down by 93,500 tonnes YoY; about 2.52 million tonnes of sugar was sold, up by 124,100 tonnes YoY. Sales/production ratio increased by 3.33 percentage points YoY. Beet sugar production has almost been finished, while cane sugar production is still underway.

Published on 20th February, 2019

Last year China imported 2,303.10 tonnes of sorbitol at an average price of USD1,604.24/t, much higher than that in China. In terms of export, China's export volume and value were 157,360.77 tonnes and USD100.78 million, respectively.

Published on 14th February, 2019

A five-month-long temporary sugar storing policy has started in Guangxi for a healthier and stable development of the sugar industry. Also, those inefficient producers have been eliminated; financial institutions have been offering assistance to enterprises.

Published on 14th February, 2019

Published on 14th February, 2019

Published on 12th February, 2019

In late Jan., both Nanning Sugar and COFCO Sugar issued their annual reports. Nanning Sugar predicted a 578.57%–622.60% YoY decline in net profits, and COFCO Sugar, though making profits, expected a poorer performance in 2018 over 2017.

Published on 12th February, 2019

Hainan's sugar production totalled 172,400 tonnes in the 2017/18 extracting season, and the figure is expected to be higher in this season, hitting 200,000 tonnes. In terms of sugarcane, more has been planted there, and new varieties have been successfully cultivated.

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