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2021 China Food Consumption and Innovation Trends
Dec 17, 2020
Food brands may feel that the most challenging thing is not product technological innovation, but to know what products consumers want.Consumers are increasingly picky about what they eat. They pursue good taste, convenience, safety, quality, health, and nutrition.Food carries people's pursuit of health, happiness, and even values. Consumers are willing to pay for innovative products that meet their growing needs for convenience, health, and low environmental impacts.ChemLinked cordially recommends you to check out this report. We have summarized the consumption and innovation trends of China's food market based on the tracking of various brands and products in 2020. These trends represent an important starting point for China's food and beverage market development and innovation in 2021.
2020 China New Consumer Brands Insight Report
Sep 14, 2020
This report will clarify you the new consumer brands phenomenon in China market, including:A clear understanding of the concept of "new consumer brands" and key factors driving their vigorous growth.A profound insight into China's new generation of consumers, which has played an increasingly dominant role in the consumption market.A comprehensive observation of brand's growth track and their successful methods against the ever-changing consumption patterns.Rewarding learning of emerging brands in terms of brand positioning, personalization, innovation, and digitalization.A grasp on definition of a number of buzz words in China market.
Cereal & Cereal Products
Korean Food and Agricultural Market Conditions Under COVID-19 Outbreaks
Nov 27, 2020
The Korean food market has been seriously hit by the on-going COVID-19 outbreak. The report provided by Foreign Agricultural Service of USDA listed the main impacts. Report Highlights:Consumers have reduced outdoor activities dramatically, including shopping and dining trips, since the first local infection reported on January 20, 2020. Food supplies are ample and prices have been stable. Online food sales have skyrocketed. Korean agricultural production is threatened by a shortage of migrant labor due to virus-related travel restrictions. Other inputs remain in sufficient supply. Market conditions have impacted some product exports and smaller producers that supply school cafeterias, which have been closed for a prolonged period.
Food Supply Chain
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