Chinese police recently seized 300,000 counterfeit chocolate pieces during the 2017 Lunar New Year worth around 700 RMB ($102) per box, after a wedding candy store owner received complaints from local consumers.
The chocolate market in China is growing at faster rates than other confectionery in the country as heightened consumer wealth helps stir evolution from sugar confectionery, according to an analyst at Euromonitor.
Leading vitamin and specialty chemicals maker DSM opened its first
research and development centre in China today, designed to help it
achieve strong sales growth from this market in the next three
Tetra Pak, the European packaging giant, has inaugurated a new
liquid food packaging plant in Beijing this week, the latest step
in its bid to profit from the rising Chinese interest in dairy
New Dragon Asia has acquired the assets of a flour manufacturing
facility valued at $1.33 million, located in Penglai City of
Shandong Province within the People's Republic of China, which aims
to further expand the company's...