Trends & Development in China Cooking Oil Market – Market Report

China Cooking Oil Market Prospects to 2018 – Upgrading Agro-Economic System to Forerun Market presents a comprehensive analysis of the industry covering aspects including market size by volume sales, value and market segmentation by production, supply, consumption, retail sales of cooking oil. Additionally, market dynamics of soybean, rapeseed, peanut, cottonseed, sunflower seed, palm and coconut oil is covered extensively. The report also entails a detailed description on the recent trends and developments, imports &exports, persistent challenges in the market and the competitive scenario of major players in the industry along with their brand wise market shares.

ImageGlobally, China is the world’s largest consumer of oilseeds and cooking oil. China cooking oil market has been affected by surging demand, government legislations and regulations, predominant challenges pertaining to agricultural practices and consumption, transition to increasing urbanization, price trends and distribution network. The market has registered a CAGR of 5.1% during the period MY’2009-MY’2013 by rising supply of cooking oils from ~ thousand tons in MY’2009 to ~ thousand tons in MY’2013. Soybean oil accounted for ~% of the total production output followed by rapeseed and peanut oil with 24.8% and ~% of the total crushed oilseeds respectively. During the period MY’2010 to MY’2013 the overall consumer expenditure on cooking oil has swelled at a CAGR of ~%, thereby heaving to total revenues of USD ~billion during this period.

China is one of the world’s largest importers of oilseeds and cooking oil. The country imported ~ thousand tons of oilseeds while ~ thousand tons of cooking oil in MY’2013. The export of oilseeds in China was already at a very low level. Additionally the exports to other countries has dropped down at a plummeting CAGR of ~% during the period MY’2009-MY’2013. The government of China aspires to develop environmentally friendly market for sustainable palm oil. Moreover, to stimulate lagging production of major oilseeds such as soybean, the government executed a soybean oilseed production support program.

China cooking oil market is concentrated with only a few major players operating majority of the business space. Wilmar International is the leading company operating in China cooking oil market. China National Cereals, Oils and Foodstuffs Corporation (COFCO) and Shandong Luhua Group are other dominant companies which produce and distribute edible oils in China. The top 5 brands make up nearly ~% of the total sales in the year 2013. Jinlongyu brand is the most popular cooking oil brand which has accounted for approximately ~% of the total market share on the basis of retail sales in China in the year 2013. The flagship brand of Shandong Luhua Group is known for its premium quality has eventually captured ~% of the cooking oil market in China in 2013.

China cooking oil market is estimated to witness ~ thousand tons of consumption of cooking oil in MY’2018. The future of China cooking oil market is expected to be favorable on account of continuing government support to enhance production and decrease adulteration; anticipated use of better and adequate production tools, enhanced agronomic practices followed with substantial improvement in technology resources and input quality. The cooking oil market in China is augmented to grow at a minimal yet increasing CAGR of ~% during the forecast period MY’2013-MY’2018.

Key Topics Covered in the Report:

  • The market size of China cooking oil market in terms of volume production, supply, consumption and value in the last 4 years (MY’2009-MY’2013)
  • China cooking oil market segmentation by production, supply, consumption and retail sales of different types of cooking oils (MY’2009-MY’2013)
  • China cooking oil market segmentation by soybean, rapeseed, peanut, cottonseed, sunflower seed, palm and coconut oil market dynamics (MY’2009-MY’2013)
  • Trends and developments with details on enforced government legislations and comparison of different types of oil in cooking oil market in China
  • Pricing trends of soybean, rapeseed and palm oil in China (MY’2010-MY’2013)
  • China cooking oil market import & export scenario (MY’2009-MY’2013)
  • Challenges involved in cooking oil market
  • Market share of major players by brands in China cooking oil market (2013)
  • Competitive landscape and company profiles with global operations and financial performance of the major cooking oil companies operating in China cooking oil market (Wilmar International, COFCO, Shandong Luhua Group and others)
  • Future projections and macro economic factors of China cooking oil market.


Table of Contents

1.China Cooking Oil Market Introduction

China Across the Globe

1.1.Types of Cooking Oil used in China

1.2.China Cooking Oil Industry Value Chain in Context to Technological Processing

2.China Cooking Oil Market Size

2.1.By Volume, MY’2009-MY’2013

2.2.By Value, MY’2010-MY’2013

3.China Cooking Oil Market Segmentation

3.1.By Production, Supply, Consumption and Retail Sales of Different Types of Cooking Oils, MY’2009-MY’2013

3.1.1.By Production, MY’2009-MY’2013

3.1.2.By Total Supply, MY’2009-MY’2013

3.1.3.By Domestic Consumption, MY’2009-MY’2013

3.1.4.By Retail Sales Value of Major Cooking Oils, MY’2010-MY’2013

3.2.China Soybean Oil Market Dynamics

3.2.1.Market Supply & Consumption of Soybean Oil, MY’2009-MY’2013

3.3.China Rapeseed Oil Market Dynamics

3.3.1.Market Supply & Consumption of Rapeseed Oil, MY’2009-MY’2013

3.4.China Palm Oil Market Dynamics

3.4.1.Market Supply & Consumption of Palm Oil, MY’2009-MY’2013

3.5.China Peanut Oil Market Dynamics

3.5.1.Market Supply & Consumption, MY’2009-MY’2013

3.6.China Cottonseed Oil Market Dynamics

3.6.1.Market Supply & Consumption, MY’2009-MY’2013

3.7.China Sunflower Seed Oil Market Dynamics

3.7.1.Market Supply & Consumption of Sunflower Seed Oil, MY’2009-MY’2013

3.8.China Coconut Oil Market Dynamics

3.8.1.Market Supply & Consumption of Coconut Oil, MY’2009-MY’2013

4.Trends & Development in China Cooking Oil Market

4.1.Price Trends of China Cooking Oil Market, MY’2010-MY’2013

4.2.Legislations Enforced in China Cooking Oil Market

4.3.Comparison of Different Types of Oil by Fatty Acid Composition

From Inexpensive & Unhealthy to Standard Healthy Oil (such as Olive Oil)

5.China Cooking Oil Market Import & Export Scenario, MY’2009-MY’2013

6.Challenges Involved in Cooking Oil Market

Increasing Adulteration of Cooking Oil

Immediate Need for Sustainable Palm Oil

7.Market Share of the Major Brands in China Cooking Oil Market, 2013

8.Company Profiles of the Major Players in China Cooking Oil Market

8.1.Wilmar International

8.1.1.Company Overview

8.1.2.Operations & Cooking Oil Business in China

8.2.China National Cereals, Oils and Foodstuffs Corporation (COFCO)

8.2.1.Company Overview

8.2.2.Operations & Cooking Oil Business in China

8.3.Other Players in China Cooking Oil Market

9.China Cooking Oil Market Future Outlook & Projections, MY’2014- MY’2018

9.1.Cause and Effect Relationship in China Cooking Oil Market

10.Macro Economic Factors for the China Cooking Oil Market

10.1.Population in China, 2007-2018

10.2.Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in China, 2007-2018

10.3.Personal Disposable Income (PDI) Per Capita in China, 2007-2018

10.4.Vegetable Oil Consumption Per Capita in China, MY’2009-MY’2018

10.5.Harvested Area of Oilseeds in China, MY’2009- MY’2018


11.1.Market Definitions


11.3.Research Methodology

Data Collection Methods


Variables (Dependent and Independent)

Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model

Final Conclusion



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