Growing Demand for Imported Food in China — Flesh Out Challenges and Opportunities
Over centuries, people are on the hunt for good foods as a fundamental consumer staple around the world. With access to a variety of nutritious food, the global food system inevitably reduces malnutrition in different countries, with a huge leap in agricultural productivity and international trade. Imported food from foreign countries seems like an unavoidable option to reverse the monotonous biodiversity and growing problem with pests and diseases.
May 06, 2022 03:06 AM
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New Retail: Balcony Garden Swings China’s City Lifestyle Amidst COVID-19 Lockdown
Many stay-at-home city workers in China have not expected that one day, they will mimic the 80s housewives to grow vegetables at home. Apparently, even young people have divulged their plans to build balcony gardens amidst the fierce COVID-19 lockdown in recent months. Food insecurity has an outsized impact on encouraging the young generation to think of new ways that adhere to their modern lifestyles.
May 04, 2022 06:55 AM
Inscribing Sustainability with Recommerce – Fleeting Buzzword, or Viable Solution?
A new term "recommerce" broke in the preserving retail business where unrecycled goods and landfilled waste wreak havoc on environmental means. Taking the concept of the monetary value in pre-owned or secondhand goods, companies are sequestering the unproductive business model and inventing the circular economy whereby unused or second-hand products are sold back, refurbished, or recycled.
Apr 29, 2022 10:30 AM