Mar 9 2007 | China, Peoples Republic of | Food Processing
Highlight: Rapid growth continues in China's food processing industry, although it is labor rather than technology intensive. Annual revenue from the industry rose 17% to US$ 248 billion in 2005, the last available full year data. Strong economic growth and rapid urbanization have contributed to higher disposable incomes and increased demand from Chinese consumers for high quality processed foods at home and in restaurants. China is also becoming a profitable base for export oriented food processing. Double-digit growth also means increased demand for certain high quality U.S. ingredients, including soybeans, poultry products, seafood, fruit and nuts, high value dairy products and baking ingredients.
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Jun 21 2005 | China, Peoples Republic of | Food Processing
Highlight: The food processing industry in China continues to grow rapidly. In 2003 revenue for the industry was over USD$122 billion. Strong economic growth combined and higher disposable incomes
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Jun 24 2004 | China, Peoples Republic of | Food Processing
Highlight: The food processing industry is developing rapidly in China. Strong economic growth combined with higher disposable incomes means increased demand for high quality processed food by Chinese consumers. This report briefly discusses opportunities for US exporters of high-quality processed food products
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Jun 12 2003 | China, Peoples Republic of | Food Processing Ingredients Sector Report
Highlight: The food industry in China is adjusting to market forces. It is getting ready for a higher level of development. Improvements of the production facilities and equipment will create demands for imported and better quality food ingredients and raw materials. They will also require better quality control. This report focuses on the condition of food processing and manufacturing in South China.
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May 5 2003 | China, Peoples Republic of | The Ripening of China's Food Processing Sector
Highlight: Recent China Food Industry Association statistics indicate that the food processing industry has grown an average 14% by output value since 1981. Industry growth is expected to climb to 18% as China implements WTO protocols over the next three years. As the current leaders of the food processing industry, foreign companies are poised to benefit from WTO-mandated market and legal reforms. Although the industry presents attractive opportunities for American producers and processors, companies must understand that success in this market requires planning, adaptation, time and patience to establish and cultivate local business relations.
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