Increasing confidence of Chinese consumers supports further dairy expansion

New edition of Dairy Products China News featuring: NZ’s decision to halt live exports; New food safety standards for infant and young children formula; and panic buying as regions scramble for milk.

"Although many consumers increasingly shopped close to home during the pandemic, creating growth in sales through small supermarkets and convenience stores, online and its interaction with store-based retailing will be crucial for future dairy sales," suggests Richard Field in this month’s Dairy Products China News. 

Exclusive Chinese dairy market analysis in this issue:

  • New Zealand to Phase Out Livestock Export by Sea by 2023
  • New Standards Issued for Infants/Young Children Formulae
  • China Commences IF Re-Registrations
  • New National Food Safety Standard for Cheese
  • Modern Dairy Buys Fuyuan International
  • Mengniu’s Increased Like for Like Sales vs. Decreased Profits in 2020
  • Listed Dairying Firms Report Net Profit Surges in 2020
  • Key Dairy Firms’ Annual Results for 2020
  • New Hope Dairy and Bright Dairy Announced Positive Results for 2020
  • Regions Scramble for Milk at High Prices

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