China – A Growing Global Power In Food Supply ||| Market Research Report

Despite recent food safety scares, China retains its position as one of the worlds leading suppliers and exporters of food and drinks. The most recent crisis to hit the industry was the melamine scandal, which erupted early in 2008 and had severe implications for the Chinese dairy industry. These problems have led to the creation of a new Food Safety Law, which came into effect during June 2009 and aims to restore confidence in the safety and quality of the countrys food exports. China represents the worlds largest supplier of many different kinds of foods, examples of which include pork, fish and seafood, apples, honey and vitamin C. China A Growing Global Power in Food Supply is a new publication from Leatherhead Food Research. The report examines and reviews Chinas role as a supplier to the global food and drinks industry, and focuses upon major product sectors such as meat and seafood, fresh produce, dairy and food ingredients. The report also discusses recent food safety scandals which have had an adverse affect upon Chinese exports, as well as analysing the competitive situation within the domestic food production industry.

Table of Contents :

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Report Objectives
1.2 Research Methodology
1.3 Information Provided
1.4 Currency

2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

3. OVERVIEW

3.1 Country Overview
3.2 China Within the Global Food Market
3.3 Food Retailing in China
3.4 The Chinese Food Industry
3.5 Agri-Food Trade Balance
3.6 Food Safety

4. MEAT, FISH & SEAFOOD

4.1 Production and Trade
4.1.1 Meat & Poultry
4.1.2 Fish & Seafood
4.2 Major Players
4.2.1 Meat & Poultry
4.2.2 Fish & Seafood

5. FRESH PRODUCE

5.1 Production and Trade
5.2 Major Players

6. DAIRY PRODUCTS

6.1 Production and Trade
6.2 Major Players

7. PROCESSED FOODS

7.1 Production and Trade
7.1.1 Cereals/Grains
7.1.2 Bakery Products
7.1.3 Confectionery
7.1.4 Snack Foods
7.1.5 Honey
7.1.6 Edible Oils
7.2 Major Players
7.2.1 Cereals/Grains
7.2.2 Bakery Products
7.2.3 Confectionery
7.2.4 Snack Foods
7.2.5 Honey
7.2.6 Edible Oils

8. INGREDIENTS & ADDITIVES

8.1 Production and Trade
8.1.1 Food Ingredients
8.1.2 Vitamins
8.1.3 Sugar and Sweeteners
8.2 Major Players
8.2.1 Food Ingredients
8.2.2 Vitamins
8.2.3 Sugar and Sweeteners

9. BEVERAGES

9.1 Production and Trade
9.1.1 Soft Drinks
9.1.2 Alcoholic Beverages
9.1.2.1 Beer
9.1.2.2 Wine & Spirits
9.2 Major Players
9.2.1 Soft Drinks
9.2.2 Alcoholic Beverages

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