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China - Strong Growth Momentum
TOP 3
food import sources
by value &% increase
between 2013 and 2014

Dairy imports experienced an accelerated growth valued at US$ 7.57 billion (+41.9%); fruit imports amounted to US$ 3.87 billion (+23.3%); of all meat imports, beef reached a volume of 275,068 metric tons (+8.64%) at nearly US$1.17 billion (+9.31%)




Imported food as a new force for driving growth
With China`s economic development, the domestic market has increasingly strong demand for imported food with growing acceptance for the imported food market. For the past five years, food imports into China grew at an average annual rate of more than 20%. It is foreseeable that in the coming years, the imported food market will continue to expand.

In 2011, the value of China鈥檚 imported food amounted to US$36.89 billion, a year-on increase of 37.1%. From January to November 2012, food imports were valued at US$40.8 billion, an increase of 25.1%.

by 2018, China will become the world`s largest consumer of imported food with a market valued at up to US$80 billion. It can be said that food imports in China will see a growth spurt for the next decade. ---- According to forecasts by the Association of Food Industries, AFI,

Radial growth driving consumption

From January to November 2012, food imports for Northeast China and North China, together with Shandong region reached US$19 billion (of which, Beijing accounted for US$7.66billion; Tianjin, US$3.39 billion; Liaoning, US$2.58 billion; Shandong, US$6 billion and Northeast China and North China as well as other regions, US$900 million), taking up approximately 45% of the entire country鈥檚 food imports.

BEIJING: REGIONAL DEMAND 鈥 UNTAPPED MARKET POTENTIAL
- One of the largest and wealthiest cities in China (20 million people, GDP/head 11,000 USD, double the China average)
- Major location for hotels, restaurants, businesses and embassies -> Very attractive market for import food
- Covers and influences a market of at least 200 million people in surrounding provinces
- Beijing imported 7.2 billion USD of food from Jan to Nov 2012 (+73%). (Comparison: Shanghai = 5.8 billion USD (+22%).
- China鈥檚 northeast is responsible for 46% of all food imports into China

Snacks & Sweets
Still underdeveloped market, but growth 20% higher than other segments
Olive Oil
Annual growth of 55%, high margins, low entry barriers
Diary
Leading import market worldwide
Milk powder with growth of 65% annually
Seafood
One of the most important markets in the world
One of the few markets worldwide which is still growing 8.1 billion USD import in 2011, 23% annual growths
Meat
Consumes 70kg per head, comparable with EU
China consumes 录 of all meat worldwide
Meat imports grew 214% in 2012/13
Coffee & tea
Not a traditional coffee nation, only 1/3 drink coffee Market grows 10-15% annually, establishing a coffee culture
Wine
Lower import duties since China became member of WHO Explosive growth rates of 50-100% since 2007. China importing wine for 1.5 billion USD, expected to be largest importer worldwide soon





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