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Investigation of China’s saccharin

22 April 2009 719 views No Comment

With 300~500 times the sweetness of sugar, saccharin, which can’t be absorbed by human body and keeps stable in the production of food, has been approved for food use in over 100 countries. Owing to the safety concerns of saccharin used as food additive, the global demand for saccharin used as food additive has been decreasing in recent years.

As the 
largest saccharin supplier, China’s output of saccharin accounts for over 80%of the world’s total. In order to boost its sugar industry, Chinese government has restricted the domestic production and sales of saccharin since the end of 1990s. Because of the effective supervision on saccharin industry, the domestic output and consumption of saccharin in China have significantly decreased in recent years.

The report has mainly disclosed the following problems:

How does Chinese government supervise saccharin industry? And how will these policies evolve in the near future?

What is the production situation of saccharin in China in recent years?

What is the consumption situation of saccharin in China, including the consumption structure, major downstream industries and their development situation, and application characteristics of saccharin in each industry?

Facing the competition from other high intensity sweeteners, how will the domestic saccharin market change in the next 5 years? You will find the answers in this report.

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