Australian-produced Fonterra Mozzarella Cheese to Supply the Chinese Pizza Market

Australian mozzarella cheese from Victoria will be exported to China for the first time, it was announced on Tuesday [1 August 2017]. Fonterra Australia, one of the country’s leading dairy companies, will send cheese from its new $112 million factory in Stanhope, 197 kilometers north of Melbourne, to China for use on pizza…Full Article: China

Australian Wool Prices Spike

The price of Australian wool has bounced back after a 20-year lull due to global demand, experts said on Tuesday [1 August 2017]. Wool farmers are benefiting from the best prices for their product in two decades with market analysts tipping that the market would remain strong…Full Article: ECNS.cn Aug 2017 Key Points From July

Australia and Hong Kong Launch FTA Negotiations

Australia and China’s Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) on Tuesday [16 May 2017] announced the official launch of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiation. The announcement was jointly made here by Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development of the Government of the Hong Kong SAR Gregory So Kam-Leung and Australia’s Minister for Trade, Tourism

Shandong Ejiao Producer Looks to Australia’s Northern Territory for Donkeys

China’s donkey imports are in line with global demand and help solve the problem of donkey overpopulation in some areas, an entrepreneur said on Monday [24 April 2017]. Ejiao, a kind of gelatin made from donkey hides, is an important ingredient in traditional Chinese medicine. It is often used to treat ailments such as colds

Tianjin Goubuli Food Acquires 78% Stake in Australia’s Blooms Bluesky Holding

Goubuli, one of China’s longest established food brands from the northern city of Tianjin, has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Australian health product company Blooms Bluesky Holding. Goubuli, has adopted the English name “Go Believe,” will acquire 78 percent of the latter, said Zhang Yansen, president of the Tianjin Goubuli Group Corporation…Full Article: China

Germany’s Aldi Teams Up with Alibaba’s Tmall

German supermarket franchise Aldi has been taking ground from Australia’s dueling retail giants, Woolworths and Coles since 2001. It now hold around 15 percent of the supermarket space with 350 stores across the country and A$4 billion ($3 billion) in annual sales. With the help of Tmall Global, operated by Alibaba, Aldi is now expanding

Australian Grocery Chain Woolworths to Accept China UnionPay Cards at its Supermarkets

The Australian grocery giant Woolworths said on Tuesday [7 February 2017] that it will now accept UnionPay cards at its stores; China’s leading debit and credit cards. Woolworths will offer all forms of UnionPay payment, including the contactless mobile based transactions at its terminals…Full Article: China Daily Feb 2017 Key Points According to China UnionPay