Feb. 5 – Russia food and drinks in China has risen steadily for some years and has led the China market is on the top export destination for Russian food and drinks. Russia’s top food exports to China, among others, are fish, soy, sunflower oil and chocolate. China was the largest recipient of Russia’s agricultural product exports, accounting for 10% of the total, according to a related report.
Produced in Russia – Import to China
Under “Produced in Russia”, or “made in Russia”, the benefits of apples, seafood and grain of Russian origin with the nationalistic fervour, the naturally home-grown and genetically-modified-free status of Russian meat products, flour, vegetable oils and etc., as well as ready-made products and tinned food, there are the key agricultural products for the growing Russia’s food exports trend to China. In addition, the prospects of the Russia’s confectionery and bakery exports to China, many Russia’s confectionery and bakery food stuffs have already proved popular with Chinese tourists visiting Russia in recent years, which are sending business messages to the Russia export companies, there is a potential ready export market for Russia’s confectionery and bakery exports to China.
China is Top Exports Destination for Russian Food and Drinks
China food and beverage market demands for high-quality products from Russia, at this moment, Russia’s top food exports to China are fish, soy, sunflower oil and chocolate, among others, growing demands for mineral water, honey, wine and confectionery, etc. China is important market for Russia’s food and drinks exports among others in Asia countries. A number of Russian specialties have taken off in China, such as chocolate, especially popular in the border regions in the northeast China, where a classic Russian honey cake is known as “Russian tiramisu” are very welcome. In terms of volumes, China accounts for 10% of the total of Russia’s agricultural product exports which put China on the top of recipient of Russia’s agricultural product exports, followed by Turkey (9%), Egypt and South Korea (8% apiece) and Kazakhstan (7%), according a related report.
Forecast of Russia Food and Beverage Imports to China
Chinese importers could play a key role. As a priority, Russia food and drinks sector now looking to expand its exports capacity in the scale of global food market. Russia’s exports of agricultural products have doubled in recent years, and are currently estimated to be worth around US$17 billion per annum. Over the next five to seven years, it is expecting that this will rise in the region of $40-50 billion, according to a related report. China market is targeted as one of key destination for Russia food and drinks exports. With the growing demand from modern Chinese consumers for imported food and beverage, potentially Russian agricultural shipments to China will rise in 2018 and beyond. there are several Russia agricultural trendy products particularly attractive for importing to China, such as mineral water, honey, butter, nuts and dried wild berries, and seafood, including Russian wineries products, particularly well-known Russian vodka, those are the key products targeted by the Chinese importers. With Russia food and drinks exports business looking for opportunities in China market, Chinese importers, including regional distribution companies in China could play a key role. For the List of Chinese Importers for Food and Beverage available upon request, please contact with DCCC, or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org