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Www worldoffoodbeijing com nov 26 28 2014 china national convention center beijing

World of Food Beijing – powered by Anuga

Imported Food Procedure Guideline

www.worldoffoodbeijing.comNov. 26-28, 2014China National Convention Center, Beijing


Www worldoffoodbeijing com nov 26 28 2014 china national convention center beijing

Content

General Introduction

Type & License Documents of Imported Food

Import Procedure of Imported Food

Distribution Channels

References

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2010

2011

2012

Beijing

28.8

50.1

76.5

Beijing & Tianjin

50.7

80.2

110.4

Northern Regions

72.7

111.4

145.3

Shanghai

41.4

54.2

65.2

  • Yangtze River Delta

77.9

102.9

117.1

North China– Market Analysis

Imported Food Statistics (billion US$)

By 2018, China will become the world’s largest consumer of imported food, with an estimated market valued at up to US$80 billion.

According to estimates

by the Association of Food Industries (AFI)

Northern Region

(includes Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Shanxi, Inner Mongolia and the Northeast)

Yangtze River Delta Region

(includes Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Anhui and Jiangxi)

World’s Leading Market for Imported Food

In line with China's economic development, the country has shown growing acceptance and strong demand for imported food. For the past five years, food imports grew more than 20% annually. From January to November 2012, food imports were valued at US$40.8 billion, an increase of 25%.

The Market Potential – These Figures Speak for Themselves

In recent years, the growth rate of imported food in Beijing has outperformed other regions. In 2011, Beijing imported food worth US$5 billion (+74% compared to the previous year). At the same time, Shanghai’s food imports were valued at US$5.4 billion (+31%), and Guangdong’s food imports stood at US$7.4 billion (+25%).Only one year later, these figures were already at US$7.66 billion for Beijing (+53%), US$6.52 billion for Shanghai (+20%) and US$8.75 billion for Guangdong (19%).

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Consumer Behavior on Food Consumption – North China Dedication

One of the World’s Biggest City – Development Determines Food Consumption

  • One of the largest and wealthiest cities in China with population of more than 20 million and GDP per capita of US$11,000, double the China average. Be as a major location for hotels, restaurants, businesses and embassies which contribute to a high percentage of the imported food consumption.

Bohai Economic Rim - Radiating Demand Fuels the Economic Growth

Regions around the epicentre of Beijing also show strong performance and growth in imported food. In 2012, US$19 billion or around 45% of China’s entire food imports came via North and Northeast China. Besides Beijing, this includes Tianjin (US$3.4 billion), Liaoning (US$2.6 billion), Shandong (US$6 billion), and other parts of North China with around US$900 million.

One of the World’s Biggest City – Hospitality Contributes to the City Development

- Catering industry with sales volume of US$13.7 billion in 2012

- 40,000 registered food and beverage enterprises

- The value of tourism shopping and food consumption achieved S$30.9 billion, a year-on increase of 11.3%, taking up approximately 24.6% of the entire society’s consumer goods.

Capital City Positioning & Planning - The national circulation market center

In 2010, the sixth national census data shows the population of Beijing permanent resident reached 19.6 million, while the city residents per capita disposable income achieved RMB29 thousand. Due to rapidly development in consumption structure, consumers’ changing needs, quality and diversity of consumption, consumer groups intend to have more expectations on high quality products which lead to a great potential market for Agriculture Production Industry to develop.

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Exhibit Profile – Target Audience Positioning

20%

Sweets & Snacks

  • Fine Food & Imported

  • Food

  • - Dairy Products

  • - Bread & Bakery

  • - Meat & Seafood

  • - Frozen Food

  • - Organic Food

  • Sweets, Confectionery &

  • Snacks

  • - Coffee & Tea

  • - Fruits & Vegetables

  • Alcoholic & Non

  • Alcoholic Drinks (incl. Wine)

  • - Olive Oil & Edible Oil

higher growth than other segments

Still underdeveloped market

Exhibit

Profile

20%

Dairy

annual growth for milk powder

World’s leading dairy import market

25%

Meat

Trends

Online Stores

Featured Restaurants

Popular Restaurants

Well-known Chefs

Food Critics

Famous Sommeliers

Food Related Media

Food Traders

Wholesalers, Retailers, Importers & Exporters, Supermarkets

growth in meat imports in 2012/13

Consumption at 70kg per head

China consumes 1/4 of all meat worldwide

15

Wine

Channels

Hotels

Restaurants

Bars

KTV

Business Club

Bakeries

Pastry Shops

Coffee Shop

Convenient Stores

US$

billion

Food

Industry

Conceptual

Leaders

Explosive growth gates up to 100% since 2007

Expected to become largest market worldwide

Target

Visitors

55%

Olive Oil

annual growth

high margins, low entry barriers

Industry

Government Organizations

Embassies & Consulates

Chamber of Commerce, Universities & Research institutions

10%

Coffee & Tea

annual growth

Not a traditional coffee nation, but gradually establishing a coffee culture

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Type & License Documents of Imported Food

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Import Procedure of Imported Food

Execution Stage

Trade Stage

Pre-import Stage

Producer/Manufacturer

Congruous with imported food policy in China & region of production.

Come to an agreement with domestic importers about product import.

Producer at Origin

1. Overseas companies require for their local

quarantine of the imported food

2. Local quarantine bureau requires AQSIQ &

CNCA for an overseas on-the-spot investigation

3. Overseas companies get to receive permission

from the AQSIQ & CNCA for the record.

Producer at Origin

1. Prepare relevant documents in the

origin country

2. Early stage documents preparation

in China

3. Documents double check and

confirm

Goods Shipment

International Trading Contract

Circulation

Importers

1. Business License – business scope incl. non pre-packed food

2. The Ministry of Commerce for the record (The Registration Form for Foreign Trade)

3. Food Circulation License

Non Pre-packed Food

Importers in China

1. Customs Declaration & CIQ Inspection

2.Tax Clearance & Goods Release

3.Inspection & Quarantine

Licensed Importer

Must have the qualification of conducting food import business

Come to an agreement with the producer at origin about the imported food business contract.

Importers

1. CFNA for the record –consignee for quarantine

2. Animal & PlantQuarantine License for the record

Non Pre-packed Meat

Importers

1. The Ministry of Commerce for the record (The registration Form for Foreign Trade)

2. Food Circulation License

3. Business License for pre-packed food

Pre-packed Food

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Distribution Channels

  • Import and distribution channels

  • Import and distributon channeld are complex and change frequently frequently.lmport procedures must be handled by licensed importers who rarely also act as distributors.Similary, food distributors and traders are unlike to hold import licences. Currently, Hong Kong traders offer the least risk as importers and distributors. They can arrange payment in foreign currency and have a wide distribution network.Chinese traders can be relucatant to open lines of credit and sometimes lack a thorough understanding of international trading practices.

    In China, the ministry of Commerce maintains a searchable platform of importers call the world Importer Net. Though not necessarily complete, the site lists food and beverage importers under seven categories. Users can search in a specific category for a given geographical area. For example for the category ‘non-alcoholic beverage, alcoholic beverages and vinger’ there are 120 importers in sanghai and 54 in Beijing. For each importer the maior countries from which imports are sourced and from which products are imported are listed.

    Once inside China, there is a contradiction between the upscale and affluent appearance of many shopping precincts and the underlying retail distribtion network that remains localised and fragmented. There is no ationwide network of trucks, highways and cold storage warehouses to efficiently deliver supplies from the manufacturer of importer to the store shelf. The mator retailers, including Carrefour and Tesco, have a central distribution centre, but no large regional distribution receiving most imports through a series of local distributors.

Producer/Manufacturer

Exporter/Consolidator

Oversea

China

0..

Import

Licensed Importer

Logistics Agent

Importer/General Distributor

Hypermarket

Purchasing

Center

Repacker/

Distributor

Wholesaler

Secondary/

Distributor

Secondary/

Distributor

Local Distributor

Wet Markets

Local Stores

Convenience Chains

Supermarkets

Hypermarkets

Chart Adapted from USDA FAS 2011

The F&B market in China EUSME 2011

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