September 19, 2021
  • September 19, 2021

Consumers

Export caps continue to hurt Argentinian breeders and consumers – MercoPress

by on September 4, 2021 0

Export ceilings continue to hurt Argentinian breeders and consumers Saturday, September 4, 2021 – 08:52 UTC Retail meat prices have not fallen despite government intentions and announcements Argentine government policies restricting meat exports took a toll on animal production and slaughter, lowering domestic consumption as prices rose, exactly what the measures were supposed to...

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Passionate consumers and supportive policies make Shanghai a great place for foreign businesses

by on August 25, 2021 0

For many international consumer goods companies, Shanghai is simply “right” as the most important location for their operations in China and beyond. Perfetti van Melle, one of the largest confectionery manufacturers in the world, based in Italy and the Netherlands, started its Chinese activities in 1994 in Shanghai and recently made the city its...

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65% of consumers switch to plant-based products as Beyond and DoorDash extend barbecue offering – vegconomist

by on August 10, 2021 0

While a national survey by the delivery app DoorDash finds that the majority of Americans in the United States (73%) consider barbecue grilling a must-do activity this summer, the survey also shows that most consumers (65%), especially millennials, also choose herbal options based on a healthier lifestyle. With that data in mind, alternative meat...

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