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Baby and Child Products in China: Food Purchase Patterns and Preferences

18 Oct 2017

HKTDC conducted a survey on the Chinese market for baby and child products. The survey results show that mainland parents spend RMB826 a month on baby and child food on average. When choosing baby and...Read More

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Tapping into China’s Eco-friendly Tea Products Market

27 Sept 2017

In the wake of skyrocketing economic growth, Chinese people are enjoying a better quality of life and have become more health conscious. TKA Holdings (HK) Ltd specialises in the development of deep-pr...Read More

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A Crafty Look at Vinitaly's Lesser-Known Beer-bearing Expo Stands

26 Sept 2017

Although rightly famed as an unparalleled showcase for the world's leading wines, this year's Vinitaly also gave a nook or two over to craft beers, with this bespoke-brewing sector proving to be one o...Read More

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Taipei's Fashion and Frappuccino Outlets Set to Woo Lost Shoppers

15 Sept 2017

With the rise of e-commerce resulting in falling footfall in high-street cosmetics and fashion boutiques, the Taiwanese capital is the latest city to bet on a coffee-culture brand extension as a way o...Read More

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Bad Year for UK Retailers Sees Several Survival Strategies on Show

7 Sept 2017

Shrinkflation, far-reaching redundancy programmes, cut backs on print costs, withholding order quantities and trips to theatre school, no approach is seen as off-limits as the UK's Brexit-beleaguered ...Read More

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Manila Food Show: Sourcing Companies Upbeat, but Suppliers Wary

5 Sept 2017

At the packed IFEX Philippines expo, many overseas companies were optimistic as to the potential of the country's food exports, while would-be suppliers to the local market remained notably cautious w...Read More

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Russian Food Exporters Go Online to Expand Mainland Market Share

31 Aug 2017

For Russian companies keen to get beyond China's Northeast, cross-border e-commerce may be the solution....Read More

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Government Blessing Sees China's Cross-Border E-commerce Bloom

29 Aug 2017

Buoyed by a raft of supportive government policies, enhanced warehousing/logistics facilities and ever-soaring consumer demand, cross-border e-commerce is now big business for a growing legion of main...Read More

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Safety Eclipses All Other Concerns at Shanghai Mother and Baby Show

18 Aug 2017

This year's Children Baby Maternity Expo saw a wide range of safety concerns topping the agenda of exhibitors and buyers alike, with this applying equally to food, fashion, bath mats, virtual reality ...Read More

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China’s Middle-Class Consumers: Attitudes towards Green Consumption podcast

16 Aug 2017

In a survey conducted by the HKTDC, 71% of china’s middle-class had been spending more on green products in the past year. While 73% of the respondents claimed that their greater expenditure on green ...Read More

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Halal Baby Food and Brexit Energy Drinks Served up at UK Food Show

19 July 2017

A wider selection of international cuisine than ever before was on offer at this year's IFE event, with spicy baby foods, self-chilling drink cans, oddly branded energy drinks and innovative food-wast...Read More

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Surge in Mainland Middle Class Drives Expansion of Online Wine Sector

13 July 2017

Sales of online-ordered and home-delivered/in-store collected wines have taken off across China, spurring the growth of dedicated apps and innovative retail solutions, although many of the sector's pi...Read More

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Third and Fourth Tier Cities Set to Drive Mainland Bakery Sector

7 July 2017

With the appeal of baked goods having reached something of a saturation point in many of China's larger cities, the industry is focussing on tapping the vast untouched demand in a number of the countr...Read More

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'Made in Russia' Brand Poised for Global Food Export Roll-out

4 July 2017

With the Russian Agricultural Ministry backing a transformative campaign aimed at establishing geographically specific branding among the country's food and drinks exports, Hong Kong could play a key ...Read More

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Teen Tea Drinkers and Brand Extension Cause a Stir at China Tea Show

29 June 2017

This year's Tea Expo Guangzhou saw a shift towards targetting the younger generation of tea drinkers, while many operators in the sector looked at diversifying their tea-related activities into rural ...Read More

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Poland Looks to Provide China with Chickens' Feet and a Euro Gateway

26 June 2017

East European nation hopes to resume mainland poultry exports and find key role within the Belt and Road Initiative....Read More

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Pop-up Container Malls Boosting Taiwan's Tourism and Start-up Sectors

9 June 2017

Malls constructed from shipping containers have seen areas of unused land transformed into thriving commercial centres...Read More

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Poland: Profiting from Increasing Asia-Europe Rail Traffic podcast

8 June 2017

Since the launch of direct rail freight services, Poland has become an increasingly popular destination among traders who are looking for competitive logistics alternatives to the existing Eurasian tr...Read More

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Robo-beer and the Internet of Terriers See CeBIT Keep its Quirkiness

7 June 2017

From digitally connected to dogs to high-tech home brewing, CeBIT remained reliably roguish, while still providing houseroom for more high-minded pursuits, such as inspection drones, electronic parkin...Read More

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IoT-Enabled Fresh Rice Vending Machines Set to Woo Mainlanders

22 May 2017

With fresh rice just a push button away 24-hours a day, are China's purchasing habits about to be transformed?...Read More

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