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.
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 […]
Reuters reports that China’s imports of soybeans from the United States in January fell 14 percent from the same month a year ago. Brazil grabbed a larger slice of the world’s biggest market for the oilseed […]
China is the world’s second largest buyer of imported food and beverages after the United States with total imports exceeding A$130 billion in 2016 (UN Comtrade). Australia is China’s sixth largest supplier of food (behind […]