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  • China is hungry for convenience foods
  • China is hungry for convenience foods
    Lauren Romero (2010) ©
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China is hungry for convenience foods

As working days get longer and cities get busier, consumers in China are showing an increasing interest in convenience foods. While Western door-to-door delivery services have long been established, Eastern food delivery start-ups are only now on the rise – and they’re set for huge growth.

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