Guizhou’s Kweichow Moutai to Enter African Market via Cape Town

China’s national liquor Kweichow Moutai on Friday [17 November 2017] evening launched a promotion drive in Cape Town in a bid to enter the African market. The operation was rolled out with an official event that featured diplomats, government officials, as well as cultural and business representatives from both China and South Africa…Full Article: ECNS.cn

Fruit South Africa Signs MoU Agreement with China Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Association

The China Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Association (CIQA) and Fruit South Africa (FruitSA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding Monday [31 October 2016] to broaden fruit trade between two countries. The memorandum covers a wide variety of products, including apples, pears, grapes, citrus and subtropical fruits, according to Mashudu Silimela, agriculture counsellor at the South African

South African Wines from the Western Cape Show Increasing Gains in Mainland China

South African wine exports to China are increasing rapidly, having reached 11 million litres in 2014, authorities said on Friday [13 November 2015]. Since 1994, South African wine exports have grown from 50 million litres to 500 million litres globally. China is currently South Africa’s 6th largest export market for packaged wines by volume, said

Australian Navel Orange Exporter Losing Ground to South African Suppliers in Chinese Market

Australia’s largest packer and exporter of citrus fruit will keep sending fruit to China, despite a difficult season for navel oranges. The Mildura Fruit Company has sent premium navel oranges to China for four years, but this year the market was flooded with volumes of cheaper fruit from South Africa…Full Article: ABC Rural: Oct 2014

South Africa Looks to Increase Exports of Wine, Sea Cucumbers, Macadamias, and Vegetables to China

The South African wine and agriculture sector had a good run in China during the South African expos there this week. Export opportunities have also been identified in aquaculture. Lucky Tshayivithi, the head of trade and investment at Buffalo City municipality in the Eastern Cape, said that after 10 years of negotiations, the municipality would

Australia and South Africa Team Up to Supply Macadamias to China

More Australian macadamia nuts will be destined for China and other parts of Asia as the result of an expanding marketing partnership involving local and South African producers. From January, long-established tree nut producer and processor Stahmann Farms will start marketing its macadamia output through Green and Gold Macadamias, a partnership formed two years ago