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An updated overview of the European Starch Industry: key annual figures, AAF members.

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  • The European starch industry is an important agri-industry processing cereals and potatoes into ingredients essential for hundreds of (food and non-food) products used in everyday life.We are a major user of agricultural raw materials 12% of EU maize6% of EU wheat100% of starch potatoes2,35 million hectares of arable land, .24 cos, 69 factories, located in 21 out of 27 European Union Member StatesWhat makes us stand out are the considerable investments in Research & Development that have also allowed the European starch industry to be at the forefront of innovation in the agri-business sector. The industry therefore contributes towards sustainable development goals through the production of innovative food, feed and bio-based products.
  • The European starch industry is an important agri-industry processing cereals and potatoes into ingredients essential for hundreds of (food and non-food) products used in everyday life.We are a major user of agricultural raw materials 12% of EU maize6% of EU wheat100% of starch potatoes2,35 million hectares of arable land, .24 cos, 69 factories, located in 21 out of 27 European Union Member StatesWhat makes us stand out are the considerable investments in Research & Development that have also allowed the European starch industry to be at the forefront of innovation in the agri-business sector. The industry therefore contributes towards sustainable development goals through the production of innovative food, feed and bio-based products.

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  • 1. THE EUROPEAN STARCH INDUSTRY
  • 2. Legend: - 12 companies producing cereal based starch products - 9 companies producing potato starch - (*) 3 companies produce both cereals and potato starches 24 COMPANIES AAF’s membership Full Members - Agrana Stärke (*) - AKV Landholt - Altia - Amilina - Avebe Group - Beneo-Remy - Cargill - Chamtor - Copam - Crespel & Deiters - Emsland Stärke - Finnamyl - Hermann Kröner - Hungrana - Ingredion - Jäckering - Kartoffelmelcentralen - Novidon - Roquette (*) - Skrobany Pelhrimov - Südstärke - Sveriges Stärkelseproucenter Förening-Lyckeby Stärkelsen - Tereos-Syral (*) - Tate & Lyle Associate Members: - Aispec (Italy) - British Starch Industry Association - Fachverband der Stärke Industrie - Finnish Starch Manufacturers Association - Humaiz (Spain) - USIPA (France) - VNG-VNFG (The Netherlands)
  • 3. Member’s location AAF MEMBERS HAVE PRODUCTION FACILITIES IN 21 OUT OF 27 EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER STATES Legend: Producing Member States Non-starch producer Non-EU member
  • 4. The European starch industry - Key annual figures 24 companies - 68 plants €7,7 billion total annual turnover 14 300 direct jobs €540 million investment in Europe, including Research & Development spending of €104 million 2012 2010 2008-2010: annual average
  • 5. Processed raw materials Starch products in starch equivalent Total : 23 Mio tonnes Total : 10 Mio tonnes Starch production in the EU – 2012 33.4% 33.9% 32.7% Maize Wheat Potatoes 47.1% 38.2% 14.7% Maize Wheat Potatoes
  • 6. Starch Production in the EU 0,0 2,0 4,0 6,0 8,0 10,0 12,0 Miotons 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Year Maize Wheat Potatoes Total EU 25 FROM 2004 EU 27 FROM 2007 * Provisional data - after reruns
  • 7. Total Market : 8,9 mio tonnes * Excluding co-products amounting to about 5 million tonnes Applications of starch and starch derivatives (EU market segments - 2012) 32% 30% 5% 28% 4% 1% Confectionary and drinks Processed foods Pharma & Chemicals Corrugating and Paper making Other Non-food Feed *
  • 8. EU consumption of starch & starch derivatives-Market by product group-2012 Native Starches 24% Starch Sweeteners 56% Modified Starches 20% Total Market : 8,9 mio tonnes
  • 9. THE EUROPEAN STARCH INDUSTRY’S PRODUCTION AND OUTLETS – 2012