2016 China Inbound Trade Mission to Atlanta and Raleigh

  • Raleigh
  • North Carolina
  • U.S.A

SUSTA welcomes companies within our region to sign up for an excellent opportunity to network and meet one-on-one with key  retail and food service buyers from different regions of China.

Food and agriculture were among several sectors benefiting from prosperous domestic consumption in China. Bolstered by the strengthened demand, imports of food and agriculture products in 2014 totaled USD $122.54 billion, a year-on-year growth of 3.1%. Though the expansion in trading volume slowed down for a bit, China is still one of the most important destinations for U.S. food industry. In 2014, U.S. agricultural and food products export to China/HK reached USD $32.72 billion. China‚Äôs economy is slowing but it is still growing and there is an increasing demand for western food in major Chinese cities as a result of more accessible imported products.