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Arla Foods welcomes new Chinese legislation that allows whey permeate imports

MILAN – Arla Foods Ingredients has welcomed the news that whey permeate can now be exported to China for use in food and beverage...

Urban Tea receives approval to seek franchisees throughout China

CHANGSHA, China – Urban Tea Inc. (NASDAQ: MYT), a premier retailer of specialty teas and baked goods based in Hunan, China, today announced that...

A reopened China offers a glimpse into the future of coffee shops

MILAN – We’ve spent a lot of time looking at China these past few months: because what happened in that country – from the...

Tim Hortons gets investment from tech giant Tencent, plans 1,500 outlets in China

MILAN – Canadian coffee-and-food chain operator Tim Hortons Inc. announced on Tuesday plans to digitize its business in China and add 1,450 stores in...

China’s vending industry under the spotlight at VMF 2020 in Guangzhou

GUANGZHOU, China – While Covid-19 is affecting all trades, the vending industry still manages to find opportunities amid crisis. Here are some hot news...

Luckin Coffee investigated by China’s top business and commerce regulator

MILAN – Luckin Coffee Inc.confirmed Monday that it its being investigated by China’s top business and commerce regulator as its Nasdaq-listed shares continued to...

Starbucks teams up with Sequoia Capital to accelerate retail innovation in China

MILAN – Starbucks on Monday unveiled a strategic partnership with leading investment firm, Sequoia Capital China to tap into China’s growing technology landscape. Through...

Starbucks expands plant-based products in China with Beyond Meat and Oatly

SHANGHAI, People’s Republic of China — Starbucks is joining forces with plant-based innovators in China, Beyond Meat and Oatly, to continue its strategic focus...

Starbucks believes in China and announces state-of-the-art facilty in Kunshan

MILAN – In a sign of hope for the future, Starbucks Coffee Company has announced an investment of approximately $130 million in China to...

Starbucks Ceo Kevin Johnson says 85% of China stores are back up and running

MILAN – Starbucks has reopened most of its cafes in China, weeks after the coffee chain shut nearly half of its over 4,000 stores...

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