As a major supplier of plant extracts in the world, China has more than 2,000 plant extract producers and traders. At present, China's natural extract industry primarily relies on foreign trade—about 80% of the domestic plant extracts is exported every year. However, the sales value is small. What are the reasons for this situation? What are the main barriers to domestic manufacturers’ business development at home and abroad? What is the relevant trend in the overseas market?
On the other hand, the domestic plant extract consumption volume increased with a CAGR of around 10% during 2008–2012. With the emerging new products, there is remarkable market potential, for example, the consumption in the food industry is growing quickly. Why has the food industry grown faster than other traditional downstream industries? Has the Chinese government begun to instruct the plant extract industry to develop new applications? What investment opportunities will emerge in the downstream industries? And how will the future plant extracts market develop in China?
In order to obtain an overview of China’s natural extract industry and discover more opportunities in the natural extract market, CCM has conducted an in-depth research on China’s natural extract industry—Natural Extract Research in China.
The report has made a survey on China's widely applied plant extracts, namely ginkgo balboa extract, green tea extract, ginseng extract, liquorices extract and honeysuckle extract. The report features the following highlights:
-Overview of the global and domestic natural extract market
-Supply and demand situation of five types of natural extracts in China, 2008–2012
-Import and export situation of natural extracts in China 2008–2012
-Raw materials supply situation and price trend of five types of natural extracts in China
-Technology of natural extract production in China
-Overseas consumption of natural extracts 2008–2012
-Price trend of five natural extracts in China 2008–2012
-Influential factors in the natural extract market in China
-Forecast on the supply and demand of natural extracts in China, 2013–2017
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