China: Retail Foods

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   CH2023-0104

China lifted all the Covid-19 control measures in December 2022. Its gradual economic recovery indicates it will resume being an important destination for imported consumer food products. E-commerce companies kept gaining ground over traditional brick-and-mortar retailers and online platforms extended the reach of imported products into second-and third-tier cities. While the market offers opportunities, arduous registration requirements for imported products can dampen enthusiasm among exporters.

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