South Korean Food Exports to China Recover in September Thanks to Ginseng, Ramen, and Beer

South Korea’s food and agricultural exports to China rebounded for the first time in six months in September, thanks to strong sales of gingseng, ramyeon and beer, the government said Wednesday. Outbound shipments of food and agricultural products to China was estimated at $108 million in September, up 1.1 percent from a year earlier, according

British Food and Drink Delegation Visits Beijing and Shanghai

A group of UK food and drink makers returned from China on Monday [25 September 2017] after marketing British-made delicacies there, including clotted cream from Cornwall and gin and juice from Devon. Nine food and drink manufacturers, drawn mainly from Southwest England, participated in the weeklong trade mission. The trip was organized and funded by

Tianjin Customs Seizes Smuggled Beverages Illegally Imported from the USA, Mexico, Russia, and the EU

Tianjin Customs in north China announced on Wednesday [5 July 2017] that it has smashed a smuggling case involving some 5 million liters of wine, beers and mineral water. It was estimated that the drinks involved were worth nearly 500 million yuan(about 74 million U.S. dollars)…Full Article: Xinhua July 2017 Key Point Tianjin Customs agents

British Food and Beverage Exports to China Rose in 2016

A growing taste for meat, dairy, beer and “afternoon tea” products among Chinese consumers contributed to a 51 percent increase in British food and drink exports to China in 2016, making it the UK’s fastest growing market…Full Article: ECNS.cn Mar 2017 Key Point In 2016, the UK exported GBP 439.5 million (US$546.6 million) worth of