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24 Nov 2014  |  Asia Pacific
High Incidence of Lifestyle Diseases Boosts Demand for Specialty Proteins and Amino Acids
The study analyzes the Asia-Pacific market for amino acids and specialty protein ingredients. Changing food habits, lack of physical activity, and the increasing number of people involved in sedentary jobs have increased the incidence of lifestyle related complications such as obesity. Obesity rates have become high among all age groups. However, c...
05 Jun 2001  |  Asia Pacific
30 Jan 2006  |  Asia Pacific
This Frost & Sullivan research service entitled Strategic Analysis of the Australian and New Zealand Enteral Nutrition Market provides an overview of the market sizing, revenues and volumes in the enteral nutrition tube feeds market by comparison of hospital and community sector, along with a complete analysis of key market drivers, restraints, a...
24 Mar 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Healthy Food Demand from India and China and Increasing Purchasing Power Among Indian Farmers are Growth-impelling Factors
Crop quality and quantity are influenced by biotic and abiotic factors. Abiotic factors include soil composition, salinity, acidity, temperature, drought, pollution, humidity, rain, wind, and ultraviolet radiation. Stress caused by unfavorable conditions significantly reduces harvest yields, as plants respond to such conditions by using their energ...
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06 Aug 2015  |  Asia Pacific
More Sustainable Methods are Expected in Global Aquaculture
Global aquaculture production has grown steadily in the last five decades. However, this has had a significant effect on the environment causing sustainability to become a key focus area for aquaculture providers. The below research service is an insight into the global sustainable aquaculture space and factors affecting its future growth. The tren...
25 Sep 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Rapid Market Insight Series
APAC consumers are a mix of ethnicity, with certain flavors gaining targeted attraction in each country or region. Sauces produced by domestic manufacturers are preferred because they are perceived to understand the specific taste of the consumers. Therefore, to gain market penetration, it is important to have local manufacturing units in this regi...
06 Nov 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Rapid Market Insight Series
Ready-to-eat meal products comprised packaged meals that need minimal or no cooking for consumption. These perishable products are gaining market share in the APAC region owing to changes in lifestyle, improved purchasing power, and an expanding number of women in the workforce. Health conscious consumers prefer fortified products without additives...
14 Jan 2015  |  Asia Pacific
What are the Challenges and the Pain Points for the Clients of the Construction Industry?
The construction industry is highly fragmented. It is focused on providing a wide range of professional services, including residential, non-residential, and engineering construction. While the industry typically tracks metrics related to construction activity, spend, growth, and competition, a significant challenge is to comprehend customer perspe...
27 Oct 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Strong Residential Sector Construction Activity to Continue Driving Demand
This research service analyses the Australian construction chemicals market from 2010 to 2021 and provides forecasts from 2015 to 2021. The base year is 2014. Research includes analysis of drivers, restraints, revenue growth, trends, and competition. Following the chapter on the total construction chemicals market in Australia, discussions are segm...
10 Sep 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Regional Expansion and Presence of Kansai Paint and Nippon Paint
This Frost & Sullivan study is a profiling of Kansai Paint and Nippon Paint and both companies current presence and plans for expansion. An overview for each company is provided. The companies' histories of overseas expansion (M&As, JVs, subsidiaries, etc.), financial performance, strengths and weaknesses, coatings business descriptions (business ...