Tulip Food, Subsidiary of Danish Crown, to Export Salami, Sausages, and Canned Pork Products to China

China has approved the import of Danish salami, frankfurter sausages and canned pork, top processor Danish Crown said this week, clearing the way for shipments of higher-value processed meat to the world’s top pork consumer…Full Article: South China Morning Post Feb 2018 Key Points In 2019, construction of Danish Crown’s meat processing factory in Pinghu,

Chinese Food Producers Lament Lack of Access to Foreign Markets

China’s food producers are facing increased access certification barriers as overseas markets try to protect their own industries, putting pressure on Chinese exporters and squeezing their profits, business insiders said. Complicated attestation and strict access requests, including long approval periods and high fees, are being imposed on Chinese food products in foreign markets, Wang Hongyu,

Alibaba’s Tmall to Distribute Driscoll’s Strawberries and Chicken of the Sea’s Canned Seafood

Following through on a pledge to support American employment, online retailer Alibaba Group Holding is teaming up with two U.S.-based food companies to sell in the Chinese market…Full Article: Nikkei Asian Review June 2017 Key Point In June 2017, during the Gateway business conference in Detroit, Alibaba Group (Tmall) signed Memorandum of Understanding agreements with

Herbal Tea Producer, JiaDuoBao, in Court Again Over Wong Lo Kat Brand

A court in Beijing has opened a hearing on yet another legal dispute between herbal tea producer Jiaduobao (China) Drink Co Ltd and Guangzhou Pharmaceutical Holdings Ltd (GPH), this one involving claims of design infringement, the Beijing-based Legal Mirror reported Monday [21 December 2015]. GPH is seeking compensation of 300 million yuan ($46.29 million) for

Shanghai Maling Aquarius, a Bright Food Group Subsidiary, to Acquire Half of New Zealand’s Silver Fern Farms

Shanghai Maling Aquarius Co Ltd, a unit of the State-owned Bright Food Group Co Ltd, is acquiring a 50 percent stake in New Zealand’s biggest meat cooperative for NZ$311 million ($197 million), as China looks to import more agricultural products to satiate demand from consumers. Sheep and beef exporter Silver Fern Farms said on Tuesday

Latvia Allowed to Export Canned Fish to China After Losing Russian Market

The Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People’s Republic of China (CNCA) has officially given permission to 11 Latvian fish processing companies to begin exports to China, writes LETA. “Following Agriculture Minister Janis Duklavs’ (Greens/Farmers) visit in Shanghai, we received an official resolution from the official Chinese institution today, indicating that 11 Latvian fish processing