The 2022 China Top 100 Chain Coffee Brands List Released! Luckin has reached the top!

Fri, 01/20/2023 - 16:51

In the FoodTalks 2022 China Top 100 Chain Coffee Brands list, the number of stores in the top five has exceeded 1,000 – Luckin Coffee and Starbucks dominate the list with 8,171 and 6,882 existing stores respectively, followed by Mai Coffee, Xingyun Coffee and Nuowa Coffee.

Chile exports 3.24 million tons of fruit, and China is a big buyer of cherries, grapes and prunes

Fri, 01/20/2023 - 16:44

According to Chilean media Simfruit, between January and November 2022, Chilean fruit exports totaled 3.24 million tons, worth US$6.594 billion. Compared with the same period last year, the export volume was basically unchanged, while the export value increased by 0.5%. Among them, 66.6% are fresh fruits, 24.1% are processed fruits (juice, fruit oil, jam, frozen fruit, dried fruit), and 9.2% are nuts (walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, etc.).

A-share company "InterChina Water" plans to indirectly hold 18.89% shares of Huiyuan with 850 million yuan

Sun, 01/01/2023 - 09:12

On the evening of December 26, InterChina Water Treatment announced that the company plans to acquire 31.481% of the shares of the shareholding platform company established by Wensheng Assets to participate in the reorganization. After the transfer, the company indirectly holds 18.89% of the shares of Beijing Huiyuan. billion.

Dongfang Selection discloses data on the first anniversary of live delivery: 52 self-operated products sold a total of 18.25 million orders

Sun, 01/01/2023 - 08:48
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Since its debut on December 28, 2021, the number of Dongfang Selection accounts has increased from one to six, the total number of fans has exceeded 36 million, and Self-operated products have been launched, with a total sales volume of 18.25 million.

Australia's orange export hits a new record of 90,000 tons, and China is still one of the main markets

Sun, 01/01/2023 - 08:43

The United States Department of Agriculture recently released the "2022 Australian Citrus Annual Report". The total production of citrus in Australia in the 2022/23 season is expected to decline slightly, with the production of oranges reduced to 505,000 tons, while the production of oranges increased by 9% to 190,000 tons. Despite the reduced orange production, the quality is expected to return to more normal levels, which in turn will boost exports.