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Imports exceeds 4,000 tons at Ningbo Port in the First Half of 2017 Central and Eastern Europe food sells well in the Yangtze River Delta

Due to the three consecutive CHINA-CEEC Investment and Trade Expo in Ningbo, Ningbo Port now gradually became the first stop for Central and Eastern Europe food to enter Chinese market. Latest data from Ningbo Entry-exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau showed that the 4,012.29 tons of food imported from Central and Eastern Europe in the first half of 2017 was worth of 7.0688 million dollars with a year-on-year growth of 48.54% and 97.55% respectively.

It is learned that food imported from Central and Eastern Europe were mainly meat, wine, dairy products, vegetables and related products, beverage etc., most of which were shipped into Yangtze River Delta regions. To break it down, it included 2,083.59 tons of meat, 952.24 tons of wine, and 265.54 tons of dairy products. The food was imported from all the sixteen Central and Eastern Europe countries, of which Romania is the biggest importer of Ningbo with an import volume of 1,729.34 tons, accounting for 43.1% of the total value. Poland is the second largest importer after Romania with an import volume of 914.95 tons.

Officials of Ningbo Entry-exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau indicated that, the reason behind the rapid growth of imported food from Central and Eastern Europe countries was the soaring meet imports the total import volume of whiChat increased by 19.83 times compared with last year.


Staff of Ningbo Entry-exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau also reminded consumers that if they have any questions about the imported food they bought, do not hesitated to report to local market supervisory and management department or consult with the Entry-exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau through 12365

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