Disputes over food products made online are accounting for a staggering 73% of all cases heard at China’s second Internet Court in Beijing, which was established to protect business transactions, personal information, and intellectual property online.
Thailand, Indonesia and India will experience rapid growth in the online grocery sector, although they are coming from such a low base that it will only account for market shares of 2.8%, 1.5%, and 1.2% respectively by 2023.
China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) and WeChat, the country’s messaging service giant, have jointly developed and launched the country’s first WeChat mini programme for infant formula traceability.
Resealable zipper giant Zip Pak is banking on its product capability to maintain food freshness, satisfy the senses and provide convenience as it sets its sights on the South East Asian market, after initially securing success in China, Korea and Japan
Four major trending issues are driving the health foods market in China today, with a combination of strong national pride and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) influence having particular sway over the younger generation of local consumers.
A new report has revealed that the number of notable investments into China’s plant-based sector rose significantly over the past year, whether in the areas of plant-based snacks, plant-based beverages or tech-enhanced alternatives.
Japanese food firms Nippon Fisheries and House Foods have announced plans to change the expiry dates of their products from the date specific format to the month specific format as a measure to reduce food waste.
China xylitol manufacturing firm Anyang Yuxin Xylitol Technology (Yuxin) is looking to extract xylose and xylitol from wood by-products as it seeks to ramp up the sustainability credentials of its products.