Biscuit snacks food in China | healthy snacks China market thriving

Chinese importers of biscuit snacks foodsApr. 19 – Biscuit snacks foods have never been so popular in China nowadays, an increase in demand for a variety of biscuit snacks foods products, retail sales of biscuit snacks in China were estimated to reach 21.1 billion yuan by 2019, with an increase in international trade and imports and exports, China’s biscuit market is flourishing, leaves chances to biscuit snacks foods producers, according to a related report.

Women are the lovers of biscuits snacks foods in China

Not surprisingly, most biscuits buyers are women in China who are traditionally caretaker of the family, Chinese female consumers may not be the true consumers of biscuits snacks, but certainly true purchasers in shops or supermarket in China, people used to day, women love eat sweets, it may prove it is true in deed in this case. The most favorite biscuits are among others, sandwich biscuits, chocolate-coated biscuits and specially crafted biscuits, with small pack sizes of 100-200g and attractive packaging proving most popular. Sweet biscuits snacks accounted for 60% of the market, with savory biscuits coming in at 39 %. Other products that have shown fast growth in recent years include sweet yogurts, chilled deserts, fast food, ice cream and cheese, according to a related report.

The categories of China imported foodstuffs are going wider and larger

The imported biscuits snacks food market has been flourishing in China nowadays, various imported biscuits brands and snacks items are available in local stores, the net import volume has increased 2.3 folds for the last five years, they mainly comes from Italy, France, Britain, Germany, or the United States. Besides imported biscuits snacks foods, the categories of imported foodstuffs into China are going wider and larger year by year, including oil, meat, beef, pork, and mutton, increased at a rate of over 40% on average, dairy food, honey, and grains. In addition, imported vegetables, fruits, and sugar, they rose at the rate of 27% on average, according to a related report.

Biscuits snacks foods in growing demand in China

For biscuits snacks producers, there are plenty chances expand into China market. Since biscuits have occupied a large spaces of shelf in almost every shops and supermarket, consuming some biscuits has become a part of Chinese people’s daily life, especially for children easy biscuit snacks and biscuit snack packs, smaller packed and convenes for carrying with, some Chinese people even take biscuit snacks as tasteful gift bringing to friends or family visits, in general, the proportion of biscuits consumption has increased in China. Imported healthy biscuit snacks with attractive packaging, greater quality, nutrition rich particularly best welcome, and in higher demand in China.

Entering biscuits snacks foods China market

Furthermore, the categories of biscuit snacks with different flavors are greater than before in the Chinese market, they are classified into savory biscuits and sweet biscuits according to the taste. Flavor-coated (chocolate or strawberry) biscuits, filled biscuits, Wafers, and some other different forms share the market simultaneously. Functional biscuits with less sugar or special advantage for health have a rapid growing market. As for imported cheese biscuit snacks, organic biscuits, even fish and chips biscuit snacks are also gain more public attention, international food taste is a new trend among younger Chinese in particular. As the trend indicate that Chinese consumers tend to buy premium packaged products for gifts contributes to the faster growth of cookies than other biscuits categories. Another outstanding inclination of the consumers’ choices on biscuits and snacks is the increasing popularity of health and wellness food products. Therefore the chances for international biscuit snacks producers, packed food imports/ exports companies, get into China market means expand chances for more businesses. For the List of Chinese Importers of Biscuit Snacks available upon request, please contact with DCCC, or email to:

Import of alcoholic beverages into China | wine & beer | Chinese importers

Chinese Importers of Beer & WineApr. 17 – Imported wine and beer is growing considerably in China in recent years. According to statistics from the China Association for Imports and Exports of Wine and Spirits, China bottled wine imports grew by 2.99% year-on-year in volume to 148.4 million liters from January to April, Chinese consumed 567.5 million liters of imported wine, with bottled wine leading the total imports.

The largest share of the imported alcohol market in China

Nowadays, Chinese population reached almost 1.4 billion, China is a huge country with different regional characteristics, which lead to the appeal of regional markets varies across China. As Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen have higher incomes, population, and a more followers of Western lifestyle than western provinces which led to these regions inhabit the largest share of the imported alcohol market in China consequently.

China alcohol consumption experienced a histrionic shift in recent years, drink alcohol is no longer in the course of events of Chinese new year celebrations, more Chinese consumers are drinking with higher quality, luxurious for various leisure occasions; actually, Chinese drinking culture is changing, imported alcohol beverage is in demand, and there are the largest share of the imported alcohol market in China

How to import of alcohol beverages into China

The most important to begin with for the import of alcohol into China, exporters must work in collaboration with a local Chinese import entity that is in possession of a valid import business license, and personal and company customs and CIQ certificates. Once conditions are agreed upon, a contract can be signed with the Chinese import agent and registered with the General Administration of Quality Supervision (AQSIQ).

Following China’s food labeling standards, for pre-packaged foodstuffs and pre-packaged alcoholic beverages. Original and translated labels are required, and then registered with the China Inspection and Quarantine (CIQ) on the first instance of import. After approval, the labels can be printed. In addition, a country of origin certificate, health certificate, product ingredients list, product sales approval registration document, packing list, invoice, contract, and bills of lading will be required. Imported goods must comply with relevant standards.

Connect with suitable Chinese importers

Imported wine or beer beverages mainly are delivered though hotels, restaurants, clubs, and bars, and off-trade channels including supermarkets, convenience stores, and grocery shops form key distribution channels for imported alcohol in China. Foreign wine and beer producers or food and beverages imports-exports businesses can gain information on suitable distribution channels by connecting with local Chinese importers of food and beverage, and directing their business getting into China market. For the List of Chinese Importers of Beer and Wine Alcoholic Beverages in China available upon request, please contact with DCCC, or email to:

Nederland doet goede zaken in China | Nieuwsbericht | DCCC

Nederland doet goede zaken in China | Nieuwsbericht | DCCCApr. 16 – Nederland doet goede zaken in China. De handelsmissie van Nederland heeft op het gebied van landbouw en voedsel al geleid tot samenwerkingsakkoorden met een waarde van circa 200 miljoen euro. Dat meldt minister Carola Schouten (Landbouw).

Het gaat vooral om afspraken over investeringen op het gebied van babyvoeding, pluimvee, verwerking van aardappels, bloemen en planten, veredeling en allerlei innovatieve snufjes. Schouten is in China met een grote kabinetsdelegatie en 42 verschillende bedrijven en kennisinstellingen. Dat meldt minister Carola Schouten (Landbouw). Het gaat vooral om afspraken over investeringen op het gebied van babyvoeding, pluimvee, verwerking van aardappels, bloemen en planten, veredeling en allerlei innovatieve snufjes. Schouten is in China met een grote kabinetsdelegatie en 42 verschillende bedrijven en kennisinstellingen. “Het is mooi om te zien hoe wij met onze kennis van onder meer de Wageningse universiteit en onze hoogwaardige technologie China helpen bij de voedselproductie en het vergroten van de voedselkwaliteit”, zegt Schouten. “Bovendien is China met zijn 1,4 miljard inwoners een belangrijke afzetmarkt.”

Kwart miljard euro aan contracten met China

De omvangrijke handelsmissie aan China levert resultaten op. Er zijn in de stad Guangzhou 36 contracten en andere samenwerkingsovereenkomsten ondertekend tussen Nederlandse en Chinese bedrijven en instellingen, vooral in de land- en tuinbouwsector. Het gaat om naar schatting 248 miljoen euro. Op termijn zal de opbrengst van alle inspanningen aanzienlijk hoger zijn, verwacht minister Sigrid Kaag van Buitenlandse Handel. “Ook hier geldt: eerst contacten, dan contracten”, laat ze vanuit China weten. Volgens haar heeft Nederland China veel te bieden, in een reeks van sectoren. Aan de handelsmissie deze week doen vertegenwoordigers van zo’n 165 bedrijven mee, samen met een zware kabinetsdelegatie.

Nederlands kalfsvlees mag China weer in

Over enkele maanden kunnen Chinezen hun tanden weer in ons kalfsvlees zetten. De overheid van de Aziatische grootmacht sloot in de jaren negentig zijn grenzen voor Europees vlees vanwege de gekkekoeienziekte, maar laat nu toch weer import uit ons land toe. Met de overeenkomst, die voor de zomer volgens president Xi Jinping kan worden getekend, is een jaarlijks bedrag van 15 miljoen euro gemoeid, zo maakte minister Schouten (Landbouw, Natuur en Voedselkwaliteit) gisteren bekend, aan het einde van haar handelsmissie naar China. Met de overeenkomst, die voor de zomer volgens president Xi Jinping kan worden getekend, is een jaarlijks bedrag van 15 miljoen euro gemoeid, zo maakte minister Schouten (Landbouw, Natuur en Voedselkwaliteit) gisteren bekend, aan het einde van haar handelsmissie naar China. De ‘uitzonderingspositie’ komt, zo liet ze weten, omdat de Chinezen beseffen dat het kalfsvlees uit ons land kwalitatief uitstekend en vooral ook veilig is.

Overwinning – “Vanwege de kwaliteit van ons vlees, en alle controles die hebben plaatsgevonden, gaven de Chinezen aan dat het product wederom geïmporteerd kan gaan worden.” Volgens de minister is er zeventien jaar overleg geweest over het onderwerp. “Ik ben dan ook heel blij met deze stap. Er is weer grote afzetmarkt bijgekomen, en dat is vooral goed voor de Nederlandse boer en de Nederlandse producenten, maar ook goed voor de Chinese consument, want voedselkwaliteit is hier een heel belangrijk thema.”

Chinese speelgoedgigant wil uitbreiden via Nederland

Speelgoed uit China, maar niet van het aloude ’Made in China’. Alpha Group – één van de grootste Aziatische producenten op het gebied van toys, animatie en entertainment – wil met zijn innovatieve ontwerpen de rest van de wereld veroveren. Dat moet ook in toenemende mate vanuit Nederland gebeuren.

China seafood imports surge | import update| Chinese seafood importers

Chinese seafood importers Apr. 9 – China seafood imports have surged, the key seafood price index – based on prices of 30 different seafood products sourced from 67 different wholesale markets across China. There are major changes with China’s seafood demand, seafood import volumes were higher by 22% in the first four months of the year, compared with the corresponding period last year; China growing demand for seafood.

Seafood import to China by countries

China is the world’s largest producer, consumer, importer, and exporter of seafood products and accounts for approximately 35% of all global production. In 2018, China imported seafood from 83 different countries and regions in January. Among all the exporters, Russia outruns the others regarding export value and is the largest exporter to China. Russia is followed by the United States, Norway, Canada, Chile, Indonesia, Australia, Vietnam, Thailand and New Zealand. These 10 countries have supplied China with 248.4-thousand-ton seafood, which accounts for 71 percent of China’s total imports.

Seafood imports constantly rising at China local level

Shanghai, imported approximately 34,000 tons of seafood, a growth of 34.7% year-on-year. Demand for luxury seafood products has increased significantly in China over the past few years due to economic growth. China’s seafood market: the world’s largest producer, consumer, importer, and exporter of seafood products and accounts for approximately 35% of all global production. Asia Pacific is one of the prominent regions globally in the seafood market for both export as well as import. It is projected that by 2030, the Asia Pacific region will account for approximately 70% of the global demand for fish and seafood products. Hence, to meet this increasing demand of seafood, production of seafood globally is expected to grow rapidly in the coming years.

Import duties lower- consumption higher driving import range

The main reason for increasing seafood import into China in recent years is that the government implemented a lowering of seafood import duties. At the same time, seafood consumption has been growing high due to Chinese government propose healthy food with changing eating habits by consuming more organic and protein rich food, seafood in particular. Therefore, China imports may have been boosted by a growing demand, and a lowering of seafood import duties. According to a relate report, consumption levels continue to grow yearly, by 2020, its estimated average Chinese person will be eating nearly 36kg of fish a year. Some locations, like cities on China’s eastern seaboard, are already way ahead and consuming 40kg of per capita per year.

China Seafood import indicators

China increased its seafood import 42% in January, 2018. Recent statistics show China has imported 350,500 tons of seafood products in January, which rose 42.58 percent from the same period last year. Meanwhile, it exported 436,300 tons, which contracted by 0.34 percent. China aquatic import value reached $1.045 billion USD, which increased 48.71 percent, while the export value rose by 8.86 percent to $2.197 billion USD. For the List of Chinese Importers of Seafood is available upon request, please contact with DCCC, or email to:

De Chinezen Lynk & Co start in Amsterdam | Nieuwsbericht | DCCC

De Chinezen komen! De Europese verovering van Lynk & Co start in AmsterdamApr. 5 – Het Chinese automerk Lynk & Co wil de Europese markt flink opschudden. Haar modern ogende – in het Belgische Gent gebouwde – modellen beloven technologisch hoogstaand te zijn en bovendien scherp geprijsd. De Lynk & Co 02 werd in Amsterdam gepresenteerd, met de presentatie wilde de Chinezen duidelijk maken dat het menens is.

Vanaf 2020 moet Europa massaal vallen voor de modellen van Lynk & Co. De Chinezen komen naar ons continent met de Lynk & Co 01, 02 en 03. Daarbij is de ‘01’ een SUV die in 2020 moet gaan rondrijden. De ‘02’ – als vandaag getoond – is een compacte cross-over en de ‘03’ wordt een sedan.

Volvo-fabriek – Volgend jaar start de productie van de eerste auto’s –waarschijnlijk de ‘01’ – in de fabriek in Gent. Dat de Lynk & Co’s daar vandaan komen – om precies te zijn uit de Volvo-fabriek – is geen grote verrassing. Volvo Cars is namelijk voor 30% eiganaar van het nieuwe merk en de Chinese auto’s worden gebouwd op dezelfde platforms waar ook de Volvo XC40 en de nieuwe S40 en V40 op staan. Het moederbedrijf van Volvo – Geely – is op haar beurt weer de drijvende kracht achter Lynk & Co.

Online bestellen – In 2020 zijn de eerste Lynk & Co’s verkrijgbaar in Europa. Je bestelt ze online, waarna de auto wordt thuisbezorgd. Hoewel de reguliere autoshowroom niet past in de plannen van de Chinezen, zullen ze wel in diverse Europese steden winkels van het merk verschijnen. Daar kun je de auto dus alleen bezichtingen. De eerste Lynk & Co-shop opent haar deuren in Amsterdam, waarna steden als Barcelona, Berlijn, Brussel en Londen volgen.

Connectiviteit – De modellen van Lynk & Co beloven in hoge mate connectief te zijn. Die verbondenheid maakt het mogelijk dat de auto’s onder meer goed kunnen worden ingezet als deelauto. Zo kan elke auto worden geopend via een app. Eerder sprak Lynk & Co over de ontwikkeling van een complete app store voor de auto, waarbij Lynk & Co-rijders zelf kunnen aangeven welke apllicaties ze zouden willen hebben.

Drie- en viercilinders – Hoewel Lynk & Co haar modellen wegzet als vooruitstrevend, slaan de Chinezen een volledig elektrische aandrijflijn voorlopig over. De Lynk & Co 01 – op basis dus van de Volvo XC40 – wordt over twee jaar leverbaar met een 182 pk sterke 1,5-liter driecilinder, een 2,0-liter viercilinder met 242 pk en als plug-in hybride met een systeemvermogen van 223 pk.

Prijsstelling – Lynk & Co denkt de Europese consument voor zich te winnen door middel van de genoemde connectiviteit, een eigentijds ontwerp, een Europese bouwkwaliteit, een nieuwe manier van bestellen én een levenslange garantie. Daarnaast is er de prijs. Want als de geluiden uit de auto-industrie kloppen moet de Lynk & Co tot wel 30 procent goedkoper worden dan z’n concurrenten.

China imported packaged foodstuffs | food import | Chinese importers

import packaged food to ChinaMar. 23 – Imported packaged foodstuffs are full of shelf nowadays in supermarkets in major cities in China, although with relatively higher prices, but there are enough consumers to keep the imports of packaged foodstuffs to China busy flowing. According to Euromonitor International estimates, sales volume of packaged food on the mainland China reached some RMB1, 577 billion in 2017.

China Imported Packaged Foodstuffs

In China, to taste imported packaged foodstuffs is a way of tasting different cultures, as a way of getting to know something different. To purchase imported foodstuffs is perceived as to recognize different things, and an approaching modern life style in China. Therefore, attractive packaging plays an important role for getting first attention from curious Chinese consumers. the most popular items are always eye catching package design, after tasting, the consumers return to re-purchase will soon gain reputation as accepted imported flavors. For imported foodstuffs in China, it is common, consumers assumed with better packaging the food quality also better, and cute packaging design are best welcome among majority Chinese consumers. Some of them purchase imported foodstuffs as a gift, like chocolate or wine, etc. Chinese consumer favorite imported packaged foodstuffs is cute packaged design with characteristics of original local flavors.

Import Packaged Foodstuffs to China

With nears 1.4 billion population, China has become one of the largest packaged food markets in the world. According to Euromonitor International estimates, sales volume of packaged food on the mainland China reached some RMB1, 577 billion in 2017. The market is expected to grow at nearly the same pace between 2014 and 2018. The Chinese consumer trend continued to fuel packaged foodstuffs demand, drive growth import to China. Over the past two years, With the pursue convenient but healthy food, Chinese consumers are showing an increasing appetite for organic food products, they are more sensitive to the modern concept of “the organic foodstuff”, because it is common believe that overdosed pesticides and chemical fertilizers in cultivation are harmful and making people sick. Now, “safety” and “health” go hand in hand in China, the consumers select the imported foodstuffs less inserted artificial flavor, and the absence of pesticides and chemical fertilizers in cultivation.

Chinese Importers of Packaged Foodstuffs Qualified

In recent years, there have been an increasing number of sizable imported food supermarkets and general snack stores set up in major cities in China. These supermarkets and stores attract consumers through specializing in imported food products and snacks, and their snacks to grains, oils and sauces ranges, and at the same time, there are also a growing number of medium- to high-end gourmet supermarkets set up in recent years offer more choices of imported food and seasoning products, according to a related report. There are chances open toward packaged foodstuffs imports, exports companies and businesses. To connect with Chinese importers is a key to get into China market. For the List of Chinese Importers for Packaged Foodstuffs is available upon request, please contact with DCCC or email to:

China imported food market | Importing food and beverage to China

China imported food and beverage marketMar. 21 – China food and beverage market is huge, with population nears 1.4 billion, accompanied by improved incomes and life style, Chinese consumers are reshaping the food and beverage industry, and that potential of China market demand for more imported food and beverage products is enormous, China is an attractive destination for many international food and beverage producers and exporter.

Imported Food and Beverage in China

China is net importer of food and beverage products, soybeans accounted for 40% of the total value of F&B imports, among others, meat products, wines, spirits, fish products, confectionery and chocolates, bottled water, dairy products, and sugar are also common imported products. The Food and Beverage industry in China has a US$ 700 billon share of the global market, the dynamics of Chinese consumer is noticeable, according to a related report, consumers in tier one cities have shown a high level of demand for foreign F&B products, while consumer demand for foreign F&B products are also strong in less saturated tier two and three markets. F&B products that are safe or healthy, and incorporate local taste preferences, are popular among consumers.

Favored Imported Food and Beverage Items in China Market

Food & beverage companies can expect to find opportunities in a several favorite items, including wine, cheese, dairy products, and premium ice cream, pasta, spaghetti sauce and other tomato products, olive oil, Beer, Wine, chocolate, high-end confectionery, pre-packaged biscuits and snacks, breakfast cereal, coffee, baby food/infant formula as well as frozen meat and seafood.

  • Frozen meat & seafood: China imports large quantities of meat and seafood.
  • Chocolate, high-end confectionery: They are popular for social occasions;
  • Pre-packaged biscuits & snacks: These imported foods are occupy extensive shelf space in Chinese supermarkets.
  • Dairy: Dairy products are among the most popular imported products in China, the dairy products have continued enjoy strong attraction for both young and old in China;
  • Pasta, paste sauces & Olive Oil: Those are the foods that resonate with Chinese consumers from individual preferences and cooking styles.

Imported Food and Beverage Distributions

To connect with reliable Chinese importers and distributors is important for trading into China market. However, import and distribution channels are complex, for importing to China the procedures must be handled by importers who are sometimes also act as distributors. The fast growing food and beverage market in China is an attractive destination for many international trading companies. Foreign exporters need to review China’s food safety laws and import regulations. China maintains a multi-layered regulatory system for F&B products, which meet foreign F&B products as soon as they reach the country. In a country the size of China, with an ever growing middle class that is constantly evolving its imported F&B products. For the List of Chinese Importers-Distributors for Food & Beverage in China available upon request, please contact with DCCC, or email to:

Coffee in China | Coffee New trends | Chinese coffee importers

Coffee in China | Coffee New trends |Chinese coffee importers Mar. 19 – Traditionally, China is not coffee drinking country, according to a related report; the consumption of coffee by Chinese people is 5 cups annually, compared to 240 cups worldwide. However, nowadays, new trends on the Chinese beverages market is forming, hot drinks, like coffee is trendy, China millennial switch to coffee making coffee hotter ever than before, China has become a vital market for the coffee.

Coffee in China Market

Drinking coffee is relatively a new phenomenon in China, from heard the word of coffee, till learning and tasting coffee in the mouth, it’s a quick process with the main driver of Chinese millennials, till now, the process seems completed, the Chinese like drink coffee after of all,Chinese coffee consumption has nearly tripled in the pa st four years, much of China’s millennials is coming of age surrounded by Starbucks, with population nears 1.4 billion Chinese, accompanied by coffee get into tea culture, it’s reshaping the coffee and tea industry, and that potential China market demand for more coffee is enormous,

Coffee New Trends

China coffee trend mainly by changing desires of an expanding Chinese middle class, and largely pushed by young millennials, much of younger generation Chinese are growing up surrounded by coffee shops, whenever feel like it, just walk in, sipping a cup of warm coffee it is a fashion, and that pressed coffee popularity in China. The demand especially for warm sizzling coffee drinks and fresh coffee is rising. For example, the growth ratio of fresh coffee in 2014 was going up to 22.1%. Another trend in the coffee sector is the desire for more high-end coffee. China’s swing toward a consumer-driven economy, Chinese consumers are searching for a greater diversity of beverage products, and further, coffee fashion comes along, now coffee in China stayed vast, and has become more and more one of caption drinks.

Chinese Coffee Importers

A growing taste for coffee in China impacts on the global market significantly, coffee traders, coffee producers, coffee beans, coffee machines, coffee imports/exports all have been busying with China market. Coffee in China market provides business opportunities to coffee industry globally, according to a related report, US Starbucks operates more than 2,000 stores in China, plans to add 500 shops annually for the next five years. Nescafe Coffee in China has opened its Nescafé Coffee Center in Yunnan, China, which will focus on research and development as well as providing training opportunities. Dunkin’ Donuts – another US chain known for its coffee – last year announced plans to add more than 1,400 locations over the next two decades, an increase of nearly 100-fold. Coffee in China is bigger business nowadays. For the List of Chinese Importers for Coffee Products is available upon request, please contact with DCCC, or email to:

China’s cosmetics market | beauty products | imported cosmetics in China

China’s cosmetics market - imported cosmetics in ChinaMar. 9 – China is to turn into the world’s largest market for cosmetics products, among others, skin care and hair care products take to above half of the market share according to a related report. Imported cosmetics in China is attractive in all sizes around, cosmetics is one of China’s most promising and thriving market which present growing opportunities for foreign cosmetics products import into China.

Major Daily Cosmetic Products in China

At present, China cosmetics products divided by 9 categories. Among others, skincare products are the fastest growing sector in China cosmetics market, and then there are shampoos and hair care products, and particularly make-up products which sales of eye make-up products recorded significant growth in recent years. As for sales of products designed using by children continues to soar. Plus Sunscreen, Anti-aging cosmetics, Sports cosmetics, and Cosmeceuticals (cosmetic with pharmaceutical features). There is a phenomenal trend in China cosmetics market in recent years, which is going green/natural cosmetics which contain natural or nutritional ingredients, and vitamins rich for the skin protection. For foreign cosmetics businesses enter into China or import cosmetics products into China, above listed categories of major cosmetics products as a useful reference can’t be ignored for making a better import strategic plan.

China Major Imported Cosmetics

China’s imports of major cosmetic products in recent year, according to Global trade atlas, a great proportion went to 3 categories: Lip make-up preparations; Perfumes and toilet waters; Shampoos. Among others, including preparations for the care of the skin, suntan preparations, etc.) are the major imported cosmetics products in China. There are still a great potential to grow in this sector, skin care and hair care products take up over half of the market share, according to a related report. China’s imports major cosmetics products by category:
– Perfumes and toilet waters
– Lip make-up preparations
– Eye make-up preparations
– Powders, whether or not compressed
– Others (including preparations for the care of the skin, suntan preparations, etc.)
– Shampoos
– Preparations for permanent waving
– Hair lacquers
– Others
– Personal deodorants and antiperspirants

What about Import Regulations for Cosmetics Products in China?

This is a valid question which is important to know beforehand you import cosmetics products in to China. According to China detailed rules, for cosmetic products to be imported to China for the first time, foreign manufacturers or their agents must obtain and complete an Application Form for Hygiene License of Imported Cosmetics from the hygiene administration department above the local or city level of the importing place, etc. There are whole a lot of process and import regulations regarding import cosmetics products into China, it is complicated a set of rules documented well. For a related China Report Of Import Regulations, and the List of Chinese Importers for Cosmetics Products available upon request, please contact with DCCC, or email to:

Craft beer in China | beer market | Chinese Beer importers

Craft-beer in China | beer market | Chinese Beer importers Mar. 5 – Craft beer in China, China is the largest beer market in the world with 450 million hectometers per year which make up 25% of the global consumption of beer, the craft beer market in China is mature year by year. However, some beer brewers may find it difficult to boost sales to dramatic new levels. There are a series of marketing activities were launched to support volume sales of craft beer in China.

Competing Taste, Quality and Freshness

To increase sales with craft beer in China, breweries follow the shifting of consumers’ demand for better taste, higher quality and sparkle freshness for ready consumption. For sustained volume growth, brewery companies have been forced to develop high-quality marketing strategies to appeal to the younger generation and boost volume sales. According to a related report, with china beer market development, the gain in volume share was mainly driven by the company’s commercial strategy of increasing the presence of its premium and mid-priced brands nationally and increasing its distribution in retail channels within lower-tier cities

Price Control of Craft Beer will not be Sufficient

Besides following consumers changing preference and priorities in China beer market to promote more sales, and keeping on competitive. For the growth of the breweries in the craft beer in China, price control of craft beer will not be sufficient to maintain a comparative. The other side of the coins is to adapt and develop some new strategies to the unique characteristics of China’s diverse markets to open up new and better opportunities for growth. The product packaging and price control will not be sufficient to maintain a comparative position in China craft beer market. The reality indicates that delivery of strategies will require strengthening operations on brand positioning, distribution and cost control to remain competitive.

Chinese Consumers are Increasingly willing to Pay up for Craft Beer

With the rising disposable income of the population of China, supported by the desire for lower prices and higher product quality, an increasing number of Chinese beer drinkers are anticipated to contribute for beer purchases growth in China beer market. Imported beer brands continue to gain attention from young people, specifically millennials, they will be the main growth engine over the coming years. Chinese consumers are increasingly willing to pay up for craft beer with Chinese characteristics. For beer breweries, beer traders, to catch the right opportunities in the most current China beer market, to connect with Chinese beer importers is the key to make informed, profitable decisions to expand beer business to new horizon. For the List of Chinese Importers for Beer Products in China is available upon request, please contact with DCCC, or email to: