China-based cross-border e-commerce platform kaola.com signed an agreement on Wednesday [13 September 2017] with Denmark’s supermarket chain Irma to bring Danish brands to the Chinese market through the platform. According to the agreement, Irma, a subsidiary of Coop Denmark A/S, will first sell its own coffee, chocolate, marmalade, personal care products and children’s clothing through
Carlsberg A/S, the Danish beer maker, is weighing up whether to purchase a 20 percent stake in China’s Tsingtao Brewery Co, sources said. The Copenhagen-based company is working with an adviser on a potential bid for the Tsingtao stake being sold by Asahi Group Holdings Ltd, said the sources…Full Article: ECNS.cn Feb 2017 Key Point
Danish food processing company, Danish Crown, plans to invest about 300 million Danish kroner (44 million U.S. dollars) in building a processing and retail product plant in China, the company announced on Wednesday [9 November 2016]. The Europe’s largest pork producer, dealing primarily in meat processing of pork and beef, said in a statement that
Danish brewer Carlsberg A/S on Wednesday [11 May 2016] said sales fell more than expected in the first quarter due to decline in the Chinese market and foreign exchange fluctuation. Sales fell 3 percent to 13.01 billion Danish crowns ($1.99 billion), missing the 13.18 billion crowns average of 14 analyst estimates compiled by Thomson Reuters.
A load of milking equipment from the Danish company S. A. Christensen & Co. (SAC) are being sent to China. According to the Kolding-based SAC the Chinese milk sector owns big potential. Therefore they are now established a new Danish-Chinese corporation where a project regarding a “demonstration farm” are going to be a tool to
AAK has decided to construct a specialty and semi-specialty edible oils factory in China. This to pursue our global growth strategy and to add further presence in this strategically very important market. The factory will be located in Zhangjiagang along the Yangtze river delta. This region, just northwest of Shanghai, has the highest GDP per
Queen of Denmark Margrethe II has continued her state visit to China. The Queen has arrived in east China’s Nanjing city, and visited the Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders. During her stay in Beijing, China and Denmark have sealed five agreements in terms of food and agriculture…Full Article: China
Arla Foods, a Swedish-Danish dairy cooperative and the largest producer of dairy products in Scandinavia, is expanding its business in China. Four kinds of the brand’s milk will be sold in some high-end supermarkets from Sunday. According to the company, one liter packages of whole milk, semi-skimmed and skimmed milk will be available, as well