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Prices Sour, Despite a Heap of Demand

10:50 AM MDT | July 27, 2007 | Esther D’Amico

U.S. demand for artificial sweeteners is forecast to climb 4%/year, to $1.1 billion in 2010, but that is not expected to help some U.S. and European high-intensity sweetener suppliers who are battling falling product prices, patent expirations, and offshore competition, says a report from The Freedonia Group (Cleveland). Several suppliers have mentioned some of those problems in the last year, with at least one firm, DSM-Tosoh joint venture Holland Sweetener (Geleen, the Netherlands), exiting the market. Creating a stir: Sucralose gains in popularity. Holland...

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