This report describes the consumption of compounded flavours and fragrances by manufacturers of finished products such as packaged food, beverages, toiletries and cleaning products. The consumption is reported for the country in which the finished goods are produced.
Food ingredients, extracts, essential oils and aroma chemicals are not included in the definition. However, as overlap can occur within companies' accounting of the industry, the possibility of double counting cannot be absolutely excluded. The Asia Pacific region is broken down further into the following countries: Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam.
This report provides consumption data (in US dollars) for 2015, forecasts to 2020, as well as details of the main trends and issues affecting the current and future global consumption of flavours and fragrances. It also provides an overview of the supply situation.
In its consideration of the flavours and fragrances market, IAL has discussed with respondents the range of products and end-uses listed in this section. Due to the nature of the markets, the quantity of information available for each sector can vary significantly.
The following sectors include, but are not limited to: