Contributing Author Rod Arenas, FIAL Manager Market Development

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With healthier eating and snacking between meals on the rise in China, there are excellent prospects for growth in the nuts category. Low cost domestic and other Asian suppliers enjoy significant market...

China’s large population of roughly 1.4 Billion which is expected to grow to 1.54 billion around 2040 is a consumer market which advances and evolves through urbanization & increasing middle class....

As incomes in China continue to rise, snacking between meals has become increasingly popular. Traditionally, nuts and seeds were often consumed as snacks in China – particularly when travelling – yet...

In recent years, consumption of coffee in China has been growing at double-digit rates, and shows very few signs of slowing. The presence of coffee shops is no longer a novelty, but rather an essential...

China chocolate sales have more than doubled over the past decade, and are lined up to be the country’s fastest-growing confectionary sector through at least 2016. Between 2006 and 2010, chocolate sales...

The first Australian book to celebrate innovation in the food and agribusiness industry was launched at the Australian Institute of Food Science & Technology conference, ‘The Pulse of the Industry’...

This report was written by Rod Arenas, Manager of Market Development at Food Innovation Australia Limited (FIAL). It was compiled as a summary of his presentation at FoodLegal’s Import and Exports Symposium...

This report is a part of Food Innovation Australia Limited’s China Insights series which explores different food products in mainland China. Chinese consumer markets for Western-style cakes and cake...

This report is a part of Food Innovation Australia Limited’s China Insights series which explored different food products in mainland China.   It is critical for Australian exporters to understand...