World Sugar & Sweeteners Industry Overview Report

  • February 2013
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  • Koncept Analytics
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  • 55 pages

Sweeteners are of two forms, calorific sweeteners and no or low calorie sweeteners. Calorific sweeteners like sugar, honey and high fructose corn syrup provide calories and low calorie sweeteners also known as high intensity sweeteners, do not provide calories, and are many times sweet as compared to sugar. High intensity sweeteners (HIS) can be natural or artificial. Natural HIS include stevia sweeteners, Luo han guo and Glycyrrhizin; and some commonly used artificial low calorie sweeteners include aspartame, saccharin and sucralose.

Sugar has been the most widely used sweetener in the world, with its closest substitute being, high fructose corn syrup (or HFCS). Although presently, the share of low calorie sweeteners is not that much significant in the global sweeteners industry , but it is expected to rise in the coming years, due to the increasing cases of obesity, diabetes, and growing health concern among the people. Also, among all the types of low calorie sweeteners, the demand of natural sweeteners like stevia is on a high.

The decline in the worldwide sugar production in 2008/2009 due to the decreased sugar acreage and weather related problems in many regions, impacted the consumption pattern as well as prices of sugar in the whole world. Sugar prices soared during the same period, since the production could not meet the overall demand. Brazil is the leading worldwide producer of sugar, followed by India.

The US is the largest industry for high intensity sweeteners, followed by Europe. Although the use of high intensity sweeteners is considered to be safe, but the regulatory bodies have defined limits on the actual safe consumption, known as ADI or Acceptable Daily Intake, which represents intake level of sweeteners per day. Food and beverages market accounts for the maximum use of low calorie sweeteners. Apart from being used in the food and beverages market , the low calorie sweeteners are being used in many other markets also, including pharmaceutical, personal care and animal feed.

Apart from analyzing the global sugar and sweeteners industry worldwide, the current report also presents the view of the industry in the US, Brazil and China. The factors responsible for the future growth of sugar and sweeteners industry as well as the prevailing trends have been analyzed. The report also profiles the three major players in the sweeteners industry , including PureCircle, Tate & Lyle, and Danisco, along with their key strategies.

Table Of Contents

I. Sugar and Sweeteners-An Introduction

Classification of Sweeteners

II. Global Sugar and Sweeteners Industry

Market Value by Segments

III. Global Sugar Industry

III. 1 Production and Consumption

Volume Growth
Volume Share by Region
Consumption by Volume

III. 2 Trade

Imports by Value and Volume
Exports by Value and Volume

IV. High Intensity Sweeteners Industry

IV. 1 Overview

Market Share by Products
Regional Segmentation

IV. 2 Stevia-The Untapped Sweetener Industry

Market Value

IV. 3 Regulations in Usage Pattern

V. Regional Analysis of Sugar and Sweetener Industry

V. 1 The US

V. I. 1 Overview
V. I. 2 Calorific Sweeteners
V. I. 3 Low-Calorie Sweeteners

V. 2 Brazil

Production and Exports

V. 3 China

Production Volume

VI. Industry Drivers

VI. 1 Sugar or Calorific Sweetener

VI. I. 1 Increasing Population
VI. I. 2 Rising Income

VI. 2 High Intensity Sweeteners or Low Calorie Sweeteners

VI. II. 1 Increasing Diabetics Population
VI. II. 2 Rising Obesity Cases
VI. II. 3 Growing Health Concerns

VII. Key Trends

VII. 1 Sugar Industry

VII. I. 1 Sugar Prices Worldwide
VII. I. 2 Correlation to Ethanol Production

VII. 2 High Intensity Sweeteners or Low Calorie Sweeteners

VII. II. 1 Increasing Urbanization

VIII. Industry Player s

VIII. 1 PureCircle

Key Financials
Business Strategies
Proving Technology and Scale
Strengthening Industry Share
Innovation Leadership

VIII. 2 Tate and Lyle

Key Financials
Business Strategies
Sustainable Long Term Growth
Focus on Research and Development

VIII. 3 Danisco

Key Financials
Business Strategies
Strategic Acquisitions and Partnerships
Focus on Innovation

List of Charts

Classification of Sweeteners
Global Sweetener Industry Breakup by Value (2009)
Food and Beverage Retail Industry Value: Product Category Share by Region (2009)
World Sugar Production by Volume (MY07-MY11E)
World Sugar Production Volume Share by Country (2010/2011E)
World Sugar Consumption by Volume (MY07-MY11E)
Sugar Consumption (kg/head) by Region
Sugar Imports Worldwide by Volume (MY07-MY11E)
Global Imports of Sugar, Molasses and Honey by Value (2005-2009)
Sugar Exports Worldwide by Volume (MY07-MY11E)
Global Exports of Sugar, Molasses and Honey by Value (2005-2009)
Global High Intensity Sweeteners Industry Share by Products (Value): 2010E
Global HIS Industry Value Share by Products: Apr08-Mar09
Global HIS Industry Value Share by Products: Apr09-Mar10E
Global High Intensity Sweeteners Industry -Regional Segmentation by Value (2009)
Worldwide Industry for High Purity Stevia (Reb A) Extracts (2009-2015E)
US Sweetener Industry -Breakup by Value (2009)
US Cane and Beet Sugar Production (MY02-MY11E)
US Production of Honey and High Fructose Corn Syrup (2004-2009)
HFCS and Sugar Consumption in the US (MY01-MY10)
Per Capita Consumption of Caloric Sweeteners (from 2001 to 2009 )
Low Calorie Sweeteners-Market Share by Type (value): 2009
Comparison of Food Products Launched in the US Containing Different Types of HIS (2005-2009)
Comparison of Beverages (number) Launched in the US Containing Different Types of HIS (2005-2009)
Brazilian Sugar Production and Exports (MY09-MY11E)
Share of Brazilian Sugarcane Used for Ethanol and Sugar Production (MY09 andMY10)
Production Volume of Sugar and Starch Sweeteners in China (from 2001 to 2009 )
Global Population (2005-2012E)
Worldwide Gross Domestic Product (2005-2012E)
World Population with Diabetes, Age Group 20-79 years (2006-2012)
Global Obesity Projection of World Population (Billion): (2005 - 2015E)
Sugar Prices Worldwide (from 2001 to 2010 )
Global Urban Population (2005-2015)
PureCircle Revenue (FY07-FY10)
PureCircle Revenue-by Geographic Segments (FY10)
Tate and Lyle Revenue (FY08-FY10)
Tate and Lyle Revenue-Share by Segments (FY10)
Danisco Revenue (FY06-FY10)
Danisco Revenue-Share by Segments (FY10)

List of Tables

Global Sugar and Sweetener Industry Value by Segments (2010E)
HIS Sugar Equivalence by Types
Potency of Types of Steviol Glycoside from Stevia Plant
Comparison of Stevia with Sugar and Artificial Sweeteners
Top 10 Market Segments: Products Launched With Stevia in the US (204-2009)
Stevia Sweetener Application (%) in Different Products in Japan (2009)
ADI Limit for Types of Low Calorie Sweeteners
US Sweetener Industry Revenue by Segments (2009)

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