High Intensity Sweeteners Market: Global Industry Analysis and Forecast (2024-2030)

  • High Intensity Sweeteners Market size was valued at USD 2.41 Bn. in 2023 and the total High Intensity Sweeteners Market size is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.60% from 2024 to 2030, reaching nearly USD 3.53 Bn. by 2030.

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High Intensity Sweeteners Market Overview

High-intensity sweeteners are ingredients used to sweeten and enhance the flavor of foods. Because high-intensity sweeteners are many times sweeter than table sugar (sucrose), smaller amounts of high-intensity sweeteners are needed to achieve the same level of sweetness as sugar in food.

 

The report analyzes the High-Intensity Sweeteners market by different regions and broad segmentation, providing a definition, description, and forecast. It comprises numerous important market factors alongside comprehensive qualitative and quantitative research. These include analysis of the competitive landscape, profiles of competitors, analysis of the sector, impact on the economy, valuable insights, dynamics of the market, and analysis of the market. The report also thoroughly analyzes past data, focusing on different market conditions and conducting a comprehensive evaluation of the factors affecting the market, including drivers, constraints, opportunities, challenges, and emerging trends. The report offers a thorough comprehension of market potential, market dynamics, growth opportunities, segmented markets, geographic scenarios, competition analysis, and predictions with the right methodology and assumptions. The study also encompasses value chain analysis, PESTLE analysis, impact analysis, and PORTER's analysis.

 

  • World exports most of its Aspartame to the United States, India, and Peru
  • The top 3 exporters of Aspartame are China followed by Japan and India.
  • India exports most of its Saccharin to the United States, Nepal, and Brazil and is the 2nd largest exporter of Saccharin in the World.
  • The six high-intensity sweeteners that require such approval by the FDA in the United States as food additives are Saccharine, Aspartame, Neotame, Acesuflame, and Cyclamate.

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High Intensity Sweeteners Market Dynamics

An increased number of consumers are becoming health-conscious, driven by a desire to lead healthier lifestyles, and has reduced the risk of diet-related health issues such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. High Intense-sweeteners (HIS) are commonly used as sugar substitutes or sugar alternatives and provide sweetness without calories. HISs are in high demand thanks to their multiple advantages including assisting people in losing weight or avoiding obesity and assisting diabetics to control their blood sugar level. The levels of these non-nutritive high-intensive sweeteners used in foods, beverages, dietary supplements, and pharmaceutical products are based on the approved daily intake (ADI) by the FDA and by other safety authorities globally.

 

Artificial sweeteners are an important option for diabetics since they provide a sweet taste without sugar, reducing the risk of high blood glucose compared to beverages or foods sweetened with sugar has escalated the market growth. Artificial sweeteners are low-calorie sugar substitutes that are found in many food products. Replacing foods containing added sugars with food and beverages that have artificial sweeteners is one way to cut back the amount of added sugars consumed as a result it has boosted the market growth.

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Challenges

As high sweeteners are also known as artificial sweeteners, there is a surge in the substitute of natural sweeteners like stevia and monk which are made up of leaves and natural extract that has been a major challenge to the High-intensity sweeteners market. Another major challenge of high-intensity sweeteners are lack of sweetness in taste. Many high-intensity sweeteners have a bitter or metallic aftertaste which has affected the consumer preference for adopting them as a result it has created a barrier in the high-intensity sweeteners market. Different countries have varying regulations, complicating international marketing strategies.

 

For example, cyclamate, a low-cost HIS, is banned in the United States but permitted in over 130 countries, including the European Union. Additionally, ongoing debate about developing cancer by using high-intensity sweeteners has hindered the growth of the market. For instance, Aspartame which is the most common is expected to be declared a possible carcinogen in the forecast year by a leading global health body, according to two sources with knowledge of the process, pitting it against the food industry and regulators.

 

High Intensity Sweeteners Market Segment Analysis

Based on Type, the Saccharin segment held the largest share and is expected to dominate the market with an increasing CAGR through the forecast period. Saccharin is an excellent additive for low-calorie and sugar-free goods because it’s sweetening power is not diminished when heated. It has no caloric value and is excreted unchanged because the body does not metabolize it. The rise in the demand for low-calorie alternatives and increasing health awareness have boosted the market growth. Manufacturers of food and beverages often use saccharin owing to its long shelf life and it is safe to consume. Saccharin is widely used in candies, jams, jellies, and cookies to sweeten the products. Its ability to mask medication's unpleasant tastes and enhance palatability, particularly in pediatric applications, is a significant factor bolstering market growth.

 

  • The top 3 exporters of Saccharin are Germany followed by India and Netherlands.
  • India imports most of its Saccharin from Germany, the United States, and China and is the 2nd largest importer of Saccharin in the World.
  • The top 3 importers of Saccharin are the Netherlands followed by India and Germany.

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High Intensity Sweeteners Market Regional Analysis

Asia Pacific dominated the market and is expected to maintain its dominance through the forecast period with an increasing CAGR. The surge in the awareness of health-related issues has boosted the market growth in the region. As the region faces several problems related to imbalanced calorie intake, obesity, diabetes, and metabolic syndrome have become one of the major driving factors that have propelled the market growth. Additionally, there is a rise in technological innovation in the food processing industry, and a surge in demand for nutritional products has boosted the market growth.

 

China is the largest exporter as well as producer of high-intensity sweeteners, across the Asia Pacific. Countries such as China, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, New Zealand, Vietnam, and the Rest of Asia-Pacific have witnessed significant growth in the high-intensity sweeteners market.

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High Intensity Sweeteners Market Competitive Landscape

  • In July 2023, Tate & Lyle PLC (Tate & Lyle), a world leader in ingredient solutions for healthier food and beverages, announced a new addition to its sweetener portfolio TASTEVA SOL Stevia Sweetener. An internationally patent-protected breakthrough in stevia technology, this addition increases Tate & Lyle’s ability to help customers solve stevia solubility issues in food and beverages and helps deliver on consumer demand for healthier and tastier, sugar and calorie-reduced products.
  • In April 2023, Ingredion Incorporated, a leading global provider of ingredient solutions to the food and beverage industry, announced that it has completed two strategic investments in India to increase into high-value pharmaceutical applications.
  • In November 2023, Ajinomoto Co., Inc. and Forge Biologics (Forge), announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement by which Ajinomoto Co., is estimated to acquire Forge, a leading manufacturer of generic medicines, in an all-cash deal for USD 620 million. 

High-Intensity Sweeteners  Market Scope

Market Size in 2023

USD 2.41 Bn.

Market Size in 2030

USD 3.53 Bn.

CAGR (2024-2030)

5.60 %

Historic Data

2018-2022

Base Year

2023

Forecast Period

2024-2030

   Segments

By Type

  • Saccharin
  • Aspartame
  • Acesulfame Potassium
  • Sucralose
  • Neotame
  • Others

By Application

  • Beverages
  • Bakery and Confectionery
  • Dairy Products
  • Dietary Products
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Others

By End User

  • Residential
  • Commercial

Regional Scope

North America- United States, Canada, and Mexico

Europe – United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Russia, and Rest of Europe

Asia Pacific – China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, ASEAN, Rest of APAC

Middle East and Africa - South Africa, GCC, Egypt, Rest of the Middle East and Africa

South America – Brazil, Argentina, Rest of South America

 

High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Key Players

  1. Tate & Lyle PLC
  2. Archer Daniels Midland Company
  3. Ingredion Incorporated
  4. Ajinomoto Co., Inc.
  5. The NutraSweet Company
  6. DuPont de Nemours, Inc.
  7. Roquette Frères
  8. Celanese Corporation
  9. JK Sucralose Inc.
  10. Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
  11. SweeGen, Inc.
  12. HSWT France SAS
  13. Niutang Chemical Ltd.
  14. Hermes Sweeteners Ltd.
  15. Vitasweet Co., Ltd.
  16. Daesang Corporation
  17. Galam Group
  18. Anderson Advanced Ingredients
  19. Sweegen
  20. Futaste
  21. Conagen
  22. XXX Ltd.


Frequently Asked Questions

Shifts in consumer preferences are expected to be the major drivers of the market.

1.    High-Intensity Sweeteners Market: Research Methodology 
2.    High-Intensity Sweeteners Market: Executive Summary
3.    High-Intensity Sweeteners Market: Competitive Landscape
4.    Potential Areas for Investment

4.1. Stellar Competition Matrix
4.2. Competitive Landscape
4.3. Key Players Benchmarking
4.4. Market Structure
4.4.1.    Market Leaders 
4.4.2.    Market Followers
4.4.3.    Emerging Players

4.5. Consolidation of the Market
5.    High-Intensity Sweeteners Market: Dynamics
5.1. Market Drivers
5.2. Market Trends 
5.3. Market Restraints
5.4. Market Opportunities
5.5. Market Challenges
5.6. PORTER’s Five Forces Analysis
5.7. PESTLE Analysis
5.8. Strategies for New Entrants to Penetrate the Market
5.9. Analysis of Government Schemes and Initiatives for the High-Intensity Sweeteners Industry
5.10. Regulatory Landscape by Region
5.10.1.    North America
5.10.2.    Europe
5.10.3.    Asia Pacific
5.10.4.    Middle East and Africa
5.10.5.    South America

5.11. High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast by Segments (by Value USD)
5.11.1.    High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Type (2023-2030)
5.11.1.1.    Saccharin
5.11.1.2.    Aspartame
5.11.1.3.    Acesulfame Potassium
5.11.1.4.    Sucralose
5.11.1.5.    Neotame
5.11.1.6.    Others 
5.11.2.    High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Application (2023-2030)
5.11.2.1.    Beverages
5.11.2.2.    Bakery and Confectionery
5.11.2.3.    Dairy Products
5.11.2.4.    Dietary Products
5.11.2.5.    Pharmaceuticals
5.11.2.6.    Others
5.11.3.    High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by End User (2023-2030)
5.11.3.1.    Residential 
5.11.3.2.    Commercial

5.12. High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Region (2023-2030)
5.12.1.    North America
5.12.2.    Europe
5.12.3.    Asia Pacific
5.12.4.    Middle East and Africa
5.12.5.    South America

6.    North America High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast (by Value USD)
6.1. North America High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Type (2023-2030)
6.1.1.    Saccharin
6.1.2.    Aspartame
6.1.3.    Acesulfame Potassium
6.1.4.    Sucralose
6.1.5.    Neotame
6.1.6.    Others 

6.2. North America High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Application (2023-2030)
6.2.1.    Beverages
6.2.2.    Bakery and Confectionery
6.2.3.    Dairy Products
6.2.4.    Dietary Products
6.2.5.    Pharmaceuticals
6.2.6.    Others

6.3. North America High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by End User (2023-2030)
6.3.1.    Residential 
6.3.2.    Commercial

6.4. North America High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Country (2023-2030)
6.4.1.    United States
6.4.2.    Canada
6.4.3.    Mexico

7.    Europe High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast (by Value USD)
7.1. Europe High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Type (2023-2030)
7.1.1.    Saccharin
7.1.2.    Aspartame
7.1.3.    Acesulfame Potassium
7.1.4.    Sucralose
7.1.5.    Neotame
7.1.6.    Others 

7.2. Europe High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Application (2023-2030)
7.2.1.    Beverages
7.2.2.    Bakery and Confectionery
7.2.3.    Dairy Products
7.2.4.    Dietary Products
7.2.5.    Pharmaceuticals
7.2.6.    Others

7.3. Europe High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by End User (2023-2030)
7.3.1.    Residential 
7.3.2.    Commercial

7.4. Europe High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Country (2023-2030)
7.4.1.    UK
7.4.2.    France
7.4.3.    Germany
7.4.4.    Italy
7.4.5.    Spain
7.4.6.    Sweden
7.4.7.    Russia
7.4.8.    Rest of Europe

8.    Asia Pacific High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast (by Value USD)
8.1. Asia Pacific High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Type (2023-2030)
8.1.1.    Saccharin
8.1.2.    Aspartame
8.1.3.    Acesulfame Potassium
8.1.4.    Sucralose
8.1.5.    Neotame
8.1.6.    Others 

8.2. Asia Pacific High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Application (2023-2030)
8.2.1.    Beverages
8.2.2.    Bakery and Confectionery
8.2.3.    Dairy Products
8.2.4.    Dietary Products
8.2.5.    Pharmaceuticals
8.2.6.    Others

8.3. Asia Pacific High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by End User (2023-2030)
8.3.1.    Residential 
8.3.2.    Commercial

8.4. Asia Pacific High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Country (2023-2030)
8.4.1.    China
8.4.2.    S Korea
8.4.3.    Japan
8.4.4.    India
8.4.5.    Australia
8.4.6.    ASEAN
8.4.7.    Rest of Asia Pacific

9.    Middle East and Africa High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast (by Value USD)
9.1. Middle East and Africa High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Type (2023-2030)
9.1.1.    Saccharin
9.1.2.    Aspartame
9.1.3.    Acesulfame Potassium
9.1.4.    Sucralose
9.1.5.    Neotame
9.1.6.    Others 

9.2. Middle East and Africa High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Application (2023-2030)
9.2.1.    Beverages
9.2.2.    Bakery and Confectionery
9.2.3.    Dairy Products
9.2.4.    Dietary Products
9.2.5.    Pharmaceuticals
9.2.6.    Others

9.3. Middle East and Africa High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by End User (2023-2030)
9.3.1.    Residential 
9.3.2.    Commercial

9.4. Middle East and Africa High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Country (2023-2030)
9.4.1.    South Africa
9.4.2.    GCC
9.4.3.    Egypt
9.4.4.    Rest of ME&A

10.    South America High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast (by Value USD)
10.1. South America High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Type (2023-2030)
10.1.1.    Saccharin
10.1.2.    Aspartame
10.1.3.    Acesulfame Potassium
10.1.4.    Sucralose
10.1.5.    Neotame
10.1.6.    Others 

10.2. South America High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Application (2023-2030)
10.2.1.    Mozzarella
10.2.2.    Parmesan
10.2.3.    Cheddar
10.2.4.    Others

10.3. South America High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by End User (2023-2030)
10.3.1.    Specialty Stores
10.3.2.    Supermarkets
10.3.3.    Convenience Store
10.3.4.    Online retail stores 

10.4. South America High-Intensity Sweeteners Market Size and Forecast, by Country (2023-2030)
10.4.1.    Brazil
10.4.2.    Argentina
10.4.3.    Rest of South America

11.    Company Profile: Key players
11.1. Cargill, Inc.
11.1.1.    Company Overview
11.1.2.    Financial Overview
11.1.3.    Business Portfolio
11.1.4.    SWOT Analysis
11.1.5.    Business Strategy 
11.1.6.    Recent Developments

11.2. Tate & Lyle PLC
11.3. Archer Daniels Midland Company
11.4. Ingredion Incorporated
11.5. Ajinomoto Co., Inc.
11.6. The NutraSweet Company
11.7. DuPont de Nemours, Inc.
11.8. Roquette Frères
11.9. Celanese Corporation
11.10. JK Sucralose Inc.
11.11. Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
11.12. SweeGen, Inc.
11.13. HSWT France SAS
11.14. Niutang Chemical Ltd.
11.15. Hermes Sweeteners Ltd.
11.16. Vitasweet Co., Ltd.
11.17. Daesang Corporation
11.18. Galam Group
11.19. Anderson Advanced Ingredients
12.    Key Findings
13.    Industry Recommendation

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