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Shopping for foreign food in China

Why Is China Hungry for Food from Abroad?

Melamin tainted baby formula, gutter oil, 40-year-old frozen meat, rat meat sold as lamb, cat meat sold as rabbit, fake eggs, and various other food scandals have been plaguing the Chinese food industry for years. No wonder the trust in the Chinese food system and its producers is extremely low among the Chinese consumers and those who can, especially the rising Chinese middle class, are increasingly opting for foreign made food products.

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Transparency of Food Supply Chains Does Pay Off

Food transparency has gained importance in recent years as shoppers are concerned about their health and safety. The anticipated growth of food sales through e-commerce will even increase demand for a larger degree of transparency in the food supply chains, as buyers expect and also reward more information on the products they are choosing.

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