DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3qlntj/survey_of) has announced the addition of the "Survey of By-products of Corn Industry in China" report to their offering.
China is a large corn supplier and consumer worldwide, with its corn industry playing an important role in the agricultural industry nationwide. However, China's corn starch and corn alcohol, the main application fields of corn, have met overcapacity in recent years. Thus, the Chinese government has endeavored to regulate the development of the domestic corn industry through a series of policies, some of which were adopted to restrict the overgrowth of corn starch, while others were employed to stimulate the development of corn deep processing and corn by-products, such as corn gluten meal and amino acids.
Corn gluten meal, together with corn oil and corn steep liquor, are the main by-products of corn starch. With its high protein content, it is widely used in the feed industry. However, corn starch is already in overcapacity and the Chinese government has released a series of policies to restrict the overgrowth of the product. Under such a situation, how is corn gluten meal affected? Will its price go out of control?
DDGS, a kind of corn alcohol by-product, is widely used in feed. Since 2009, a large amount of imported DDGS has been spreading out through the Chinese market. Affected by this, domestic DDGS producers have had to face more intense competition from the overseas market. To mitigate the pressure suffered by domestic producers, the Chinese government carried out an anti-dumping survey on the imported DDGS.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Overview of corn industry in China
2 By-product in corn grain
3 By-product in corn starch
4 By-product in corn alcohol
5 Brief introduction to other by-products in corn processing
6 Conclusion and suggestion
- COFCO Biochemical (Anhui) Co., Ltd.
- Jilin Fuel Alcohol Co., Ltd.
- Jilin New Tianlong Wine Industry Co., Ltd.
- Meihekou Fukang Alcohol Co., Ltd.
- Zhaodong COFCO Bio-energy and Bio-chemical Co., Ltd.
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