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Research and Development Forecast of China's Tomato Products Industry, 2014-2018

DUBLIN, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/f7p8n3/research_and) has announced the addition of the "Research and Development Forecast of China's Tomato Products Industry, 2014-2018" report to their offering.

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Research and Development Forecast of China's Tomato Products Industry, 2014-2018 conducts in-depth market research on the tomato product market in the following aspects: market scale, supply and demand, market competitions, business performance of key enterprises and industrial forecast. This report provides the enterprises with decision-making references.

China's tomato product industry started late but the growth is rapid. Due to limited domestic consumption volume, most of products are available for export, so China has become the world's largest exporter of tomato sauce. In 2013, the output of tomato products in China was about 1.27 million tons, of which domestic consumption volume was only 255 thousand tons, and most of products are available for export.

Currently the tomato production bases in China are concentrated in Xinjiang and Inner Mongolia provinces. Xinjiang accounts for more than two thirds of total output across the country, and less than one third in Inner Mongolia. China has advantages in geography and cost as for tomato product production, but China mainly produces primary tomato products.

There are many varieties of tomato products in China, but tomato sauce output has the largest volume, approximately accounting for 90% of tomato products. There are about 166 tomato manufacturers in China, but the market concentration ratio is high. COFCO TUNHE and CHALKIS steadily occupy the leading position in industry by relying on its large-scale production and owning tomato planting bases. At present, the processing capacity of tomato sauce is more than 2 million tons in China. The processing capacity is excessive and the low profit in this industry has not been changed fundamentally yet.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Development Environment of China's Tomato Products Industry
1.1 Market Features
1.2 Industry Characteristics
1.3 Industry Chain

2. China's Tomato Product Environment
2.1 China's Economic Development Environment
2.2 Policy Environment

3. Technological Development of China's Tomato Products Industry
3.1 Current Technological Development Situation
3.2 Technological Gap between China and Foreign Countries and the Main Reasons
3.3 Strategies for Improving China's Technology

4. Economic Operation of Tomato Products Industry
4.1 Production and Sales
4.2 Industry Scale
4.3 Profitability

5. Import and Export of China's Tomato Products Industry
5.1 Features
5.2 Import
5.3 Export

6. Influence of Competitive Landscape on Investment
6.1 Porter's Five Forces
6.2 Competitive Landscape
6.3 Forecast of Competitive Trend

7. Key Enterprises in China's Tomato Products Industry

8. Forecast of Industry Development, 2014-2018
8.1 Future Development
8.2 Development Trend of Concentration Ratio
8.3 Overall Industry Twelfth Five-Year Plan and the Forecast

9. Investment of Tomato Products Industry, 2014-2018
9.1 Investment Opportunity
9.2 Investment Risk
9.3 Suggestions for Investment


Companies Mentioned: 

  • CHALKIS
  • COFCO TUNHE
  • Hanhao Group
  • Heinz
  • Thai Sun & Richharvest Group of Companies
  • Xinjiang Tianye (Group) Co., Ltd.


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