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From 900 million to 6 billion euros of exports: 30 years of “Renaissance” of Italian wine worldwide

10-Sep-2019 By Florence

The American journalist Burton Anderson, awarded by the Grandi Marchi, was the first to tell this story in the 1980s

Health foods filing in China: Only 40 out of 1,800 approved products were from international brands in 2020

19-Jan-2021 By Tingmin Koe

Over 1,800 health foods were approved via the filing track in China last year. ©Getty Images

‘Maintaining the supplementation journey’: Life-Space's brand for kids Pentavite ramps up China activity

18-Jan-2021 By Gary Scattergood

Pentavite was founded in 1940 by the Nicholas family in Australia, and once acted as an affiliated professional vitamin brand of Roche and Bayer.

Pandemic threatens Hong Kong’s role as a wine hub

12-Jan-2021 By Natalie Wang

Pandemic and border closure have spelled more pains for Hong Kong's wine market, as trade data shows the fine wine hub's role is quickly diminishing, a somewhat thorny and sensitive subject that will split wine crowds in Hong Kong.

Wine Australia pulls plug on China Roadshow and China’s biggest wine fair

15-Jan-2021 By Natalie Wang

With crushing tariffs on Australian wines and international travel restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, Australia is sobering up to a costly China fallout.

Italian cheese companies Agriform and Parmareggio merge

14-Jan-2021 By Jim Cornall

The three-year plan expects a significant growth in turnover in the 2021-2024 period, with a corresponding improvement in margins.

Sandro Bottega Releases Prosecco Cookbook

11-Jan-2021 By Lucy Shaw

Leading Prosecco producer Sandro Bottega has released a cookbook featuring 100 different recipes that pair well with the Italian sparkling wine.

Circle K parent Couche-Tard offers US$20bn for Carrefour

14-Jan-2021 By Tong Van

Canadian convenience-store operator Alimentation Couche-Tard (ACT) is in talks with Carrefour SA over a possible takeover. 

Three key trends set to drive the global food and drinks market this year

13-Jan-2021 By Tong Van

Emotional well being, a redefinement of quality and a sense of community will be three key trends that define growth in the global F&B market this year. 

Police bust biggest fake Penfolds operation in China

08-Jan-2021 By NATALIE WANG

An inter-provincial police operation led by Guangzhou police has seized the biggest haul of fake Penfolds in China, with wines worth over US$20 million.

China’s biggest wine fair confirms date in March

03-Jan-2021 By NATALIE WANG

China’s biggest wine and spirits trade fair has set its date on March 25-27, after cancelling the fair in 2020 due to coronavirus pandemic, and promises a roaring comeback with largest exhibition space yet to “seek new opportunities”.

How much plastic are you eating?

30-Dec-2020 By Kim Kyung Hoon and Matthew Stock

What’s for dinner? Lego sushi, credit card burgers, or a well-done piece of PVC pipe?

China-Australia relations: Penfolds wine weathered counterfeits and trademark disputes since 1995, but now faces toughest test yet in Chinese market

04-Jan-2021 By Amanda Lee and Su-Lin Tan

Prices of Australian wine are set to soar following China’s imposition of anti-dumping duties.

Intelligent and active labels could revolutionize food communication

24-Dec-2020 By Jim Cornall

Consumers could have a direct line to food producers through the use of ‘smart labeling,’ which would increase trust, according to new research.


22-Dec-2020 By Lucy Shaw

Moderate amounts of wine and cheese can improve brain function and help to prevent cognitive decline, according to the findings of a 10-year study.

'Safer and healthier': JD sees China organic product sales boom after establishing Organic Alliance with brands

21-Dec-2020 By Pearly Neo

E-commerce giant JD has seen a boom in organic product sales in China after working with brand partners to establish the country’s first-ever organic alliance, with the firm saying demand has been boosted by consumers seeking 'safer and healthier' food.

Breaking: China slaps additional anti-dumping duties on Australian wine

12-Dec-2020 By Natalie Wang

China further inflicted more punitive tariffs on Australian wine today, less than two weeks after smacking a crippling 212% tariff. Is this the final nail on the coffin?

CDFG’s President Underlines the Potential of Hainan Island Travel Retail Market

02-Dec-2020 By Dermont Davitt

China Duty Free Group (CDFG) President Charles Chen underlined the vast potential of the Hainan Island travel retail market and said he welcomes the addition of new players who will help to “grow the size of the cake” in the offshore duty free business. 

Chinese Artist Xu Bing Designs 2018 Mouton Label

01-Dec-2020 By Rupert Millar

Château Mouton Rothschild has commissioned Chinese artist Xu Bing to provide an artwork to grace the label of its 2018 vintage.

Treasury Reallocates Penfolds Ranges Away From China Following ‘Devastating’ Tariff Hike

30-Nov-2020 By Arabella Mileham

Australian wine giant Treasury Wine Estates is pulling back some of its Penfolds range from China – which accounts for nearly 40% of the iconic brand’s earnings – to concentrate on other markets following the imposition of a huge 169% ‘anti-dumping’ tariff on its wines.

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