Export 101: Selling Food to China the Easy Way

Export 101: Selling Food to China the Easy Way

China represents one of the biggest markets in the world for food manufacturers. However, most companies have no idea how to make the leap from selling in Australia, to being successful in China. Not only do you need to find a way to get in touch with sellers across the seas who are willing to place your product on their shelves, but you also need to work through a range of complicated importation and exportation laws, food safety regulations, and more.

These specific challenges mean that it’s generally much more effective and efficient for Australian companies to seek out a professional food exportation service to help them get their products into international markets.

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Creating a Successful Food Pitch for your Buying Showcase

Want to expand your food business into international markets?

An international buyer showcase can be the perfect way to do just that. You simply invite potential buyers from your chosen region to come along a test your product, examine your business, and consider your value. However, there’s more to successfully selling an international product than letting people taste some great food. You also need to pitch yourself to prospective buyers.

The process of getting onto the international shelf can be one of the most frustrating tasks for food entrepreneurs – because it often has very little to do with the food you’re selling. Yes, you need to provide something that tastes good, but you also need to convince the buyers in your international market that you’re going to deliver the growth and profits that they need to thrive. After all, it’s not just you that wants to make money!

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Exporting Products to China and Passing Quarantine Laws

Hello and welcome back to Dynamic Retail Solutions. If you’re in the business of exporting food products to China, then this post is for you! You’re going to learn about how to get your food exports past China’s strict quarantine laws.

So, you’re in the business of exporting food products to China, right? But wait, before you begin this, you must first be aware of CIQ!

I’m Exporting Food Products to China. What Is CIQ?

CIQ is China Inspection and Quarantine.

So like most countries, there are rules and regulations about imports and exports. And China is no different.

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Exporting Products to the Grab and Go Market in China

Exporting products can be a complicated process – particularly when you’re adhering to a brand-new market. In China, there are countless opportunities to expand your sales and improve your brand awareness, but at the same time, you’re placing yourself in a particularly challenging position. After all, not only do you have to think about export regulations, but you also need to consider how you’re going to market your product to a different type of customer.

Chinese customers may not be looking for the same features in their food products as the average Aussie customer. That means that when you’re selling dried Australian fruit and nuts, or any other product you can think of – you need to adjust your marketing strategy to meet the needs of your new, target audience.

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