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Savings Achieved

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The average annual savings achieved in Acesulfame-K category is 5.30%

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The industry average payment terms in Acesulfame-K category for the current quarter is 75.6 days

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    Acesulfame-K Suppliers


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    Total Suppliers
    1
    Diverse Suppliers
    67
    Normalized Supplier Rating
    Acesulfame-K Supplier

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    Company
    CARGILL INCORPORATED
    Location
    Jackson, Mississipi
    Duns number
    3862211

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    ESG Profile

    Company and Sector Performance
    29

    100
    Weak (1)
    ESG Perfomance (/100)
    Environment
    38
    Social
    28
    Governance
    19
    6 Domains Performance (/100)
    Business behaviour
    38
    Human rights
    24
    Community Environment
    26
    Corporate governance
    9
    Human resources
    21
    Security Scorecard
    82

    Threat indicators
    B
    88
    Network Security
    Detecting insecure network settings
    A
    100
    Hacker Chatter
    Monitoring hacker sites for chatter about your company
    C
    77
    DNS Health
    Detecting DNS insecure configuration and vulnerabilities
    C
    75
    Application Security
    Detecting common website application vulnerbilities
    C
    74
    Endpoint Security
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    A
    97
    Cubic Score
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    93
    Patching Cadence
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    A
    100
    Social Engineering
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    95
    IP Reputation
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    100
    Information Leak
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    Industry Comparison
    cargill.com
    Industry average
    Adverse Media Appearances
    Environmental Issues
    23
    Workforce Health Safety Issues
    0
    Product Service Issues
    14
    Human Rights Issues
    23
    Production Supply Chain Issues
    8
    Environmental Non Compliance Flags
    45
    Corruption Issues
    0
    Regulatory Non Compliance Flags
    25
    Fraud Issues
    5
    Labor Health Safety Flags
    48
    Regulatory Issues
    20
    Workforce Disputes
    6
    Sanctions
    0
    esg energy transition
    47
    Discrimination Workforce Rights Issues
    19
    esg controversies critical severity
    Yes

    Acesulfame-K market report transcript


    Acesulfame-K Global Market Outlook:

    Market Growth:

    • Global Market Size: $87.7million
    • Market Growth Rate: 4 percent (2019–2025)

    KEY SUPPLY CONSTRAINTS/DRIVERS:

    • Chinese revised environmental policy
    • Food & beverage industry demand

    Porter's Analysis on Acesulfame-K

    Supplier Power

    • Few large manufacturers of sweeteners are vertically integrated for raw material supply
    • In contrast, sucralose manufacturers source their raw material (sugar) externally
    • Sugar supplied for sucralose production is almost negligible compared to revenue of suppliers coming from other direct end-uses for sugar

    Barriers to New Entrants

    • Small manufacturers can enter the artificial sweeteners market in China, however, with a small capacity
    • Initial investments in setting up and R&D are high, however, the break-even can be achieved in a short period, considering the strong demand for these sweeteners
    • It will be challenging for small entrants to sell to large buyers, as large buyers prefer well-established suppliers

    Intensity of Rivalry

    • Large suppliers are facing a significant threat from smaller suppliers selling at low cost
    • Innovations and investments on R&D among large suppliers are high
    • At the moment, the sweeteners market is facing an over-supply situation with new suppliers entering the market in China
    • Government regulation on environmental policies is a major threat to producers in the country

    Threat of Substitutes

    • Different artificial sweeteners are substitutes for each other
    • Sugar is always one of the best substitutes to artificial sweeteners
    • At present, natural sweetener, stevia, is possessing a strong substitute threat, as consumers are becoming more health conscious and shifting toward natural products

    Buyer Power

    • Artificial sweeteners are procured by large buyers predominantly from the beverage industry. Coca-Cola and PepsiCo occupy a major share in this
      industry
    •  Different artificial sweeteners are substitutes for each other, however, complexities involved in switching are high
    • Large buyers prefer large suppliers to ensure best quality. China dominates the sweeteners supply with a large fragmented supplier base