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Research Report on China's Market of Dematerialized Whey Powder's Application in Food Processing Industry

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
Executive Summary. 1
1. Overall Analysis of China Infants Formula Milk Powder Market 5
1.1 Market Overview.. 5
1.2 Analysis of the Formula Milk Powder Market 6
1.2.1 Analysis of the Low-end Young Child Milk Powder 6
1.2.2 Analysis of the Medium-ranged Infant and Young Child Milk Powder 7
1.2.3 Analysis of the Top-end Infant and Young Child Milk Powder 7
1.3 Analysis of Sales Channels. 8
1.4 Analysis of Market Price. 9
1.4.1 Overview of Market Price of Infant and Young Child Milk Powder in China. 9
1.4.2 Comparative Analysis of the Prices of Domestic and Overseas Infant and Young Child Milk Powder 10
1.5 Analysis of Margin of Infants Formula Milk Powder 11
1.6 Analysis of Potential of Growth in Market Consumption Demand. 12
1.6.1 Analysis of Current Status of Demands for Infant and Young Child Milk Powder 12
1.6.2 Analysis of Potential of Consumer Demand for Infant and Young Child Milk Powder 12
1.7 Analysis of the Market Shares of the TOP 10 Brands of Infants Formula Milk Powder 14
2. Analysis of Material Supply for China's Infant and Young Child Formula Milk Powder Market 15
2.1 Analysis of Raw Milk Supply. 15
2.1.1 Current Processing Technologies of Domestic Infant and Young Child Formula Milk Powder Enterprises  15
2.1.2 Dairy Cattle Inventory. 17
2.1.3 Output of Raw Milk. 17
2.1.4 Milk Source Distribution. 19
2.1.5 Raw Milk Purchasing Price. 20
2.2 Analysis of Milk Powder Supply. 22
2.2.1 Milk Powder Structure. 22
2.2.2 SMP. 23
2.2.3 WMP. 25
2.3 Analysis of the Import of Dairy Materials. 27
2.3.1 SMP. 27
2.3.2 WMP. 29
2.3.3 Whey Powder 32
2.3.4 Lactose (H.S. 17021100) 36
2.3.5 Butter (H.S.04051000) 39
2.3.6 Milk Albumin & WPC (H.S.35022000) 41
3. Analysis of Use of D70 and D90 in China's Food Processing Industry. 43
3.1 China's Market Capacity for D70 and D90 in the Infant and Young Child Formula Milk Powder Market 43
3.2 Main Users of D70 and D90 in China and Their Demands. 43
3.3 Import Volume and Price for D70 and D90 by Country, 2011. 44
3.3.1 Import Volume. 44
3.3.2 Import Prices. 45
3.4 D70 and D90 Imports by Some Manufacturers and Trading Companies, 2011. 45
3.5 Analysis on Application of D70 & D90 in Food Industry of China. 46
3.5.1 Application of D70 & D90 in Formula Milk Powder 47
3.5.2 Analysis on Application of D70 & D90 in China's Other Food & Drinks Industry  48
3.5 Analysis of Demand Potential of D70 & D90  Used in Food Industry of China. 49
3.6.1 Formula Milk Powder 49
3.6.2 Other Food & Drinks. 49
Annex. 50
Annex I: China Raw Milk Balance Sheet, 2010-2012. 50
Annex 2 China WMP Balance Sheet, 2010-2012. 50
Annex 3 China SMP Balance Sheet, 2010-2012. 51
Appendix. 52
Appendix 1 TOP 20 Importers of SMP in China, Jan-Oct 2012. 52
Appendix 2 TOP 20 Importers of WMP (Unsweetened) in China, Jan-Oct 2012. 53
Appendix 3 TOP 20 Importers of Whey Products in China, Jan-Oct 2012. 53
Appendix 4 TOP 20 Importers of Lactose in China, Jan-Oct 2012. 54
Appendix 5 TOP 20 Importers of Butter in China, Jan-Oct 2012. 55
Appendix 6 TOP 20 Importers of Milk Albumin & WPC in China, Jan-Oct 2012. 56
 

Figures & Tables
Figures
Figure 1.1 China Infant Formula Milk Powder Output, 1999-2012. 6
Figure 1.2 Retail Prices of Infant Formula Milk Powder in China, by Month, 2009-2012. 11
Figure 1.3 Profit rates of some famous brands of Infant Formula Milk Powder in China, 2011  11
Figure1.4 Market Share Change of Famous Int’l Brands and Domestic Brands of Infant/children Formula Milk Powder, 2010-2012. 14
Figure 2.1 China Production Layout of Infant Formula Milk Powder, 2011. 16
Figure 2.2 China Cow Inventory Growth Trend, 1997-2011. 17
Figure 2.3 Growing Trend of Output of All Sorts of Milk in China, 1997-2011. 18
Figure 2.4 Raw Milk Production in Different Regions in China, 2011. 19
Figure 2.5 Share of Raw Milk Production of the 10 Leading milk-producing Provinces in 2011  20
Figure 2.6 Raw Milk Prices Trend of 10 Leading Producing Provinces in China, by Month, 2008-2012  21
Figure 2.7 China Corn Prices Trend, by Month, 2008-2012. 21
Figure 2.8 China Soybean Meal Prices Trend, by Month, 2008-2012. 22
Figure 2.9 China Imports Prices of Alfalfa, by Month, 2009-2012. 22
Figure 2.10 China Milk Powder Structure, by Volume, 2011. 23
Figure 2.11 Output Trend of China’s Skimmed Milk Powder, 1999-2012. 24
Figure 2.12 Output Trend of China’s Whole Milk Powder, 1999-2012. 25
Figure 2.13 China SMP Imports Trend, by Month, 2004-2012. 27
Figure 2.14 China Import Origins of SMP, Jan-Sep 2012. 28
Figure 2.15 China Import Price (CIF) of SMP, by Month, 2004-2012. 28
Figure 2.16 China WMP Imports Trend, by Month, 2004-2012. 30
Figure 2.17 China Import Origins of WMP, Jan-Sep 2012. 31
Figure 2.18 China Import Price (CIF) of WMP, by Month, 2004-2012. 31
Figure 2.19 China Whey Products Import Volume, by Month, 2004-2012. 33
Figure 2.20 China’s Import Structure of Whey and Modified Whey Products, 2011. 33
Figure 2.21 Whey Products Import Prices (CIF) Trend in China, 2004-2012. 35
Figure 2.22 China Lactose (17021100) Import, by Volume, 2000-2012 (Jan-Sep) 37
Figure 2.23 China Import Origins of Lactose, Jan-Sep 2012. 37
Figure 2.24 China Lactose (17021100) Import, by Volume, 2000-2012 (Jan-Sep) 38
Figure 2.25 China Butter (04051000) Import Trend, by Volume, 2002-2012(Jan-Sep)... 39
Figure 3.1 Application of D70 & D90 in Food & Drinks Industry of China, 2011. 47
 
 
 
 
 
Tables
Table 1.1 Market Capacity and Retail Prices of Infant Formula Milk Powder of Different Regions, 2011  8
Table 1.2 Comparison of Infant Formula Milk Powder Marketing Channel Composition of Some Famous Brand Enterprises, 2011. 9
Table 1.3 Infant Formula Milk Powder Consumption Level Per Capita of China’s Urban and Rural Babies, 2003-2011  12
Table 2.1 Comparison of Processing Technologies of Some Renowned Enterprises of Infant and Young Child Formula Milk Powder Market, 2011. 16
Table 2.2 Dairy Cattle Inventory, Raw Milk Production and Growth, 1996-2011. 18
Table 2.3 Output of SMP of Leading Manufacturers of China, 2011. 24
Table 2.4 WMP Output of Leading Manufacturers of China, 2011. 26
Table 2.5 SMP Import Volume of Top 20 Importers, Jan-Oct, 2012. 29
Table 2.6 WMP (unsweetened) Import Volume of Top 20 Importers, Jan- Oct, 2012. 31
Table 2.7 China Import Origins of Whey Products, Jan-Sep 2012. 34
Table 2.8 Whey Powder(H.S.04041000)Import Volume of Top 20 Importers, Jan-Oct, 2012  35
Table 2.9 Lactose(17021100)Import Volume of Leading Importers, Jan-Oct 2012. 38
Table 2.10 Butter Import Volume & Price of Leading Importers, 2008-2012(Jan-Sep) 40
Table 2.11 Butter(17021100)Import Volume of Top 20 Importers, Jan-Oct 2012. 40
Table 2.12 Milk Albumin & WPC Import Volume & Price of Leading Importers, 2008-2012(Jan-Sep) 41
Table 2.13 Milk Albumin & WPC (H.S.35022000) Import Volume of Top 20 Importers, Jan-Oct 2012  42
Table 3.1 Key Users & Demand of D70 & D90 in China, 2011. 43
Table 3.2 China Import of D70 & D90, by Volume, by Country, 2011. 44
Table 3.3 China Import Prices of D70 & D90, by Country, 2011. 45
Table 3. 4 Import Volume of D70 & D90 of Some Importers in China, 2011. 46
Table 3.5 Proportion of Manufacturers Using D70 & D90 in Stage I, II and III of Infants Formula Milk Powder in the Total, 2011. 47
 

Extract

1. Overall Analysis of China Infants Formula Milk Powder Market

1.1 Market Overview

Compared with the world dairy industry, the development of the dairy industry in China is late. The dairy industry in China went through two stages, the first stage was before the 1990s, the dairy market was based on powder, WMP not-sweentened and whole powder sweetened made up 80-90% of the whole powder market. The second stage started from the 1990s. Along with the introduction of aseptic filling technology and UHT milk, liquid milk saw a substantial growth, and it gradually replaced powder and became the largest category of dairy product. Infants’ formula milk powder started to develop lately in China. National standards on infants’ food (including formula milk powder) were promulgated since the mid and late 1990s. Since the start of the 21st century, the production of infant formula milk powder has achieved a rapid progress in China, during 2000-2010, the average growth rate of infant formula milk powder output reached 9.97%, the infant milk powder output amounted to 590,000 tons in 2008, due to the impact of melamine event in 2009, Sanlu Dairy went bankrupt, the production and marketing of infant formula milk powder have also been influenced. In 2009, the output fell to about 545,000 tons, in 2010, affected by the reapplication of production license, the output continued to fall to 516,000 tons, it is estimated the output decreased to 500,000 tons in 2012 on account of the rapid increase of imports by lawful and unlawful channels.
 
The rapid growth of the production of infant/young child’s formula milk powder in China is attributable to (1) the single-child policy. Children should not be defeated at the starting point, families, which have insufficient breast milk or cannot have breast feeding, have a strong demand for formula powder. (2) The noticeable growth of the income of both urban and rural residents since the adoption of the opening-up and reform policy, and people can afford infant/young child’s formula powder. (3) The profit margin of infant/young child’s formula powder is significantly higher than that of liquid milk or ordinary formula powder, mobilizing powder producers to produce infant/young child’s formula powder. And meanwhile, capital has forceful entry into the infants’ formula powder market, for example, Yashili, Beingmate and Synutra. (4) Famous international brands strengthened penetration into China, and their product line prolonged (from top-grade to medium/low-grade), for example Nestle; improvement of production capacity of top-grade products, such as Dumex.


1.2 Analysis of the Formula Milk Powder Market

The market price of infant and young child milk powder is related to the disposable income of residents. In 2011, Provinces where milk powder is priced over 120 CNY/kg are mainly those in eastern coastal part, where the per capita income of urban residents is higher than the national average. In provinces where milk powder is priced between 80 ~ 120 CNY/kg, urban residents generally have higher per capita income than provinces where milk powder is priced below 80 CNY/kg. Meanwhile, due to differences in milk powder consuming habits by urban residents of different provinces, residents in certain provinces with lower per capita income consume more expensive milk powder, e.g. Hainan and Chongqing, whereas residents in some provinces with higher per capita income consume cheaper milk powder, e.g. Shandong, Jiangsu and Beijing. 

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