Neem Extracts Market is Expected to be Worth US$1126.8 mn by 2019 ,Expanding at a CAGR of 14.7% between 2013 & 2019

Neem Extracts Market is Expected to be Worth US$1126.8 mn by 2019 ,Expanding at a CAGR of 14.7% between 2013 & 2019

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  • Date Submitted: 08/17/2016 11:29 PM
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Neem Extracts Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size,
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Rising Demand for Bio-based Fertilizers and Pesticides to Fuel
Global Neem Extracts Market, reports TMR

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Neem Extracts Market


The global neem extracts market is highly fragmented with a large number of unorganized players
operating across the globe. Transparency Market Research reports that some of the most prominent
companies in the market with good export potential are concentrated in India. The country alone has more
than 150 small- and medium-sized vendors dealing in neem extracts.
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However, these companies collectively hold a nominal share in the global market. On the other hand,
vendors with technologically advanced equipment for key production steps such as cleaning, de-pulping,
drying, disinfection, storage, and extraction have an upper hand. Some of these prominent vendors are
E.I.D Perry India Ltd., Parker India Group Pvt. Ltd., P J Margo Pvt Ltd, Fortune Biotech Ltd., Neeming
Australia Pvt Ltd., GreeNeem, and Prithvi Exports.
Increased Applications in Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals to Fuel Demand
Rising concerns regarding the harmful effects of chemical-based and synthetic insecticides on the fertility
of agricultural land and on the health of humans has increased the global demand for and consumption of
bio-based alternatives. Several studies have also pointed out that nearly 60% of conventional synthetic
fertilizers contain potential carcinogens, which...

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