The Russian catering industry has broad prospects in China

Published May 20, 2024

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Russian agricultural expert Titov has identified significant market opportunities for Russian catering businesses in China, citing growing demand for Russian food exports and the potential for Russia's animal husbandry to lead globally. Titov's remarks came during a visit to China for the 8th Russia-China Expo in Harbin, Heilongjiang Province. The expo, which opened on May 17, showcased a variety of Russian products, including food and beverages, and saw the participation of large companies, small and medium-sized enterprises, and individual merchants from Russia.
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Titov said: "Russian catering enterprises have broad prospects here in China. You can invest in the catering industry. Not only Heilongjiang has demand, but the whole of China has demand in this regard, and everyone is interested in Russia." He also said that today more and more Russian food is exported to China, and there are many varieties. He pointed out that Russia's animal husbandry is developing actively and has the opportunity to occupy a world leading position in the agricultural field. Titov paid a business visit to China from May 15 to 22 and attended the opening ceremony of the 8th Russia-China Expo in Harbin. The 8th Russia-China Expo opened on Friday in Harbin, Heilongjiang Province in northeast China. This year's exhibition was held from May 17 to 21. Russian food can be tasted during the Russia-China Expo. During the "Made in Russia" festival, Chinese people will be ...
Source: Foodmate
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