Local food manufacturers can tap tie-up to break into China market

Workers making Chinese buns at Lim Kee Food Manufacturing's facility in Woodlands.
Workers making Chinese buns at Lim Kee Food Manufacturing's facility in Woodlands.PHOTO: ASSOCIATION OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES

SINGAPORE - Food manufacturers looking to break into China's market can tap a digital platform which helps firms navigate regulatory requirements and translate catalogues and ingredients from English to Chinese.

Launched in November last year, the tie-up between Enterprise Singapore (ESG) and China's business-to-business digital platform, Beske, allows firms here to export food products directly to distributors in China such as French supermarket chain Carrefour.

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