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Australian Wine Export Market in China Australian wine, especially the red varieties, are already well established products in China, being the world’s second largest imported wine into China behind France (reaching record numbers of $2.56 billion). This impressive number can be mainly attributed to Chinese GDP in general sustaining constant …
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Why China? China is experiencing extraordinary growth of over 6% each year meaning it’s an excellent opportunity for Australian business ventures in the growing market. This isn’t just an exciting time for large corporations as many small Australian businesses have thrived in the Chinese marketplace. This success is partly due …
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Australian winemakers are buoyant as a result of recent sales reaching record growth numbers. This comes as a great reward for the industry who last experienced such a trend back in 2004.The value of wine exports has increased by 15 per cent in the past year to $2.56 billion, and …
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 In 2008, a scandal involving Chinese baby formula drove an increase in demand for safe Australian baby formula. Since domestic products fail to meet health standards, Chinese mothers are forced to buy expensive alternatives which are imported from Australia. Ever seen buyers in local supermarkets buying baby formula products in …
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Investment banks and trade officials have long tipped Australian healthcare as the next big source of Chinese investment. There is an ever-growing demand for Australian health technology and for products like vitamins that can be exported to China readily. The huge rise in the amount of the Chinese population obtaining …
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China has a strict regulatory system to ensure the quality and safety of imported food items. Every year several imported food products either get destroyed or returned due to lack of compliance or irregularity in the food quality. Import and export companies can suffer heavy losses due to this and …
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ASX-listed health and nutritional products group Eagle Health is rolling out 100 stores along China’s east coast, part of an expansion plan that will see the company reach 570 million customers by 2019. Eagle Health announced to the ASX this week that its expansion plan would initially focus on opening …
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Baby food manufacturer Bubs Australia will soon see its products in up to 80,000 outlets across China, under an agreement with the country’s largest distributor of infant nutrition products. Bubs announced to the ASX today that it had signed a distribution deal with QianJiaWanPu Co, to supply up to 80,000 …
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Infant formula manufacturer Wattle Health Australia has signed an export deal with state-owned-enterprise Shandong Wehai Port International Trade Company, worth at least $34 million over the next three years. The three-year agreement, for supply of Wattle Health’s conventional cow’s milk infant formula range, comprises a minimum order volume worth $6.6 …
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Cross-border retail distribution group Aumake has linked up with New Zealand’s Pure Nutrition to develop a range of A1 and A2 milk powder formula products tailored for the Chinese market. ASX-listed Aumake said the addition of a milk powder formula range would leverage of its expanding distribution channels in Australia …
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