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Managing director Chris Sun says improving food safety conditions and the influence of key opinion leaders on China’s consumers help make the company’s direct-to-consumer model especially attractive.
From tight soybean supplies in 2021-22 to the impact of the Suez Canal blockage, lead analyst Libin Zhou outlines the key market trends.
Ceres Partners founder and CEO Perry Vieth sets out the reasons for US row crop farmland’s resurgence and why investors should be optimistic about its future.
ABARES research has found that export exposure was ‘better for market resilience’ than turning inwards and shoring up local supply chains.
The imposition of tariffs will effectively eliminate imports of wine for most Australian producers, market observers say, with exports worth A$1.1bn in 2020.
Even amid record exports to the People’s Republic, an imposing backdrop of rivalry with China reminds US agriculture that its long-term growth must rely on more than one market.
Foreign ownership of Australian farmland increased last year but remained flat as a percentage of the overall total, with China holding the most land.
The Foreign Investment Review Board has become a ‘de facto security regulator’, according to Lachlan Molesworth of Foreign Investment Advisory Australia.
Chinese cuisine, meat platter, protein
The country's demand for protein in all its forms is set to continue growing as the population gets wealthier.
Record-high prices for Australian cattle could continue to rise in 2021, which could affect the sector in the medium term – but the industry is a strong position heading into the new year.
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