Agricultural Trade Office (ATO) in Shanghai, explores nine categories of imported food products, including fruit, and how they are perceived by consumers in Shanghai, Nanjing, Ningbo and Wuhan. Of the 1325 consumers interviewed across each region, 84 per cent of the group purchased imported products within the past year, and 70 per cent within the past two months. Of these purchases, 29 per cent purchased imported fruit.
Premium Latin American producers are benefiting from China’s growing appetite for imported foods, according to Xinhua. In the past four months alone, a total of 45,000 tons of Uruguayan beef was sold by various brands […]
Australia China Business Council – Up Coming Event Victoria Melbourne: China Update 15 March 2018 Holding Redlich, 555 Bourke Street, Melbourne 3000 ACBC Victoria is pleased to invite you to our China update with trade […]
Australia and China are set to foster closer ties in agricultural research and wine production with the launch of a new collaborative research centre at the University of Adelaide’s Waite campus in South Australia. Source: Australia-China collaboration […]