China's CPI up 1.7 pct in January


Food prices climbed 1.9 percent year on year last month, down 0.6 percentage points from December, according to the NBS.

The price of pork, the staple meat for Chinese consumers, fell 3.2 percent year on year in January, a sharper decline than the 1.5-percent drop recorded in December.


The China “Belt & Road, Hemao Agriculture” International Seminar on Digital Economy in Singapore

China, as the initiator of the “Belt & Road”, has the capability of helping relevant countries develop the digital economy and the will to help them get on board the development express of digital economy together. 


VN’s watermelons face many regulations from China

China Customs statistics showed that from 2014 to early 2018, China imported an average of more than 200,000 tonnes per year with a turnover of about US$30 million, but these figures are decreasing. 

Zimbabwe: Adopt Drones for Agriculture, China Urges Zimbabwe

China has urged Zimbabwe to adopt use of drones in the agriculture sector to bring more efficiency and maximum productivity.


Guangdong strives to build a 5G smart agricultural pilot zone

agricultural pilot zone

The 5G era is approaching, and the development of smart agriculture is about to usher in rapid development. Jinyang reporter learned from the Agricultural and Rural Affairs Department of Guangdong Province on the 15th that Guangdong is taking the implementation of the rural revitalization strategy as the overall starting point, focusing on building a 5G smart agricultural pilot zone, building a 5G agricultural industrial cluster covering the entire industrial chain, and promoting wisdom in Guangdong Province. The leaping development of agriculture.

China's 2018 aquaculture output tops 50 mln tonnes

 China's aquaculture output exceeded 50 million tonnes in 2018, accounting for over 78 percent of the country's total aquatic products output, official data showed.


Vegetable imports hit 13-year high

Japan's fresh-vegetable imports surged last year, hitting the highest quantity in more than a decade. This came as food-makers hiked imports after a string of natural disasters hurt production.


How The Trade War With China Is Threatening America's Largest Fishery

The species' dominance could change if markets become unavailable because of shifts in global seafood processing and distribution due to an escalating international trade war. 


China tackling tax evasion in seafood sector on many fronts

The arrest of a smuggling gang accused of bringing CNY 2.6 billion (USD 385.5 million, EUR 340.3 million) worth of frozen seafood clandestinely across the border from Vietnam over a three-year period was announced in prime-time coverage across regional and national television channels in January. 

Partnership of retail giants targets China's northwest with imported seafood

“Mo Er Xian Sheng” is a tie-up between one of China’s largest retailers, the Beijing Hualian Group, and Jiangsu Mo Er Commerce Management Co. (part of the Jiangsu Overseas Group Corp, which has a large international trading business).

The first Mo Er Xian Sheng store opened in Zhong Fa Yuan Shi Dai plaza, a mall in the Chengdong district of Xining. The outlet is actually inside a Hualian supermarket, but operates independently.