Research Report On Entry Into China's Meat Market

Date: September 22, 2008
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Research Report On Entry Into China's Meat Market
Regional development and resource advantage are steadily increasing in China's butcher and meat-processing industries. These industries are large-scaled, but contain a number of decentralized small to medium-sized enterprises. Throughout the course of its development, it has now reached a turning period for structural and resource readjustment. In addition, the resulting competitive environment has allowed large enterprises such as Shuanghui, Jinluo and Yurun to take the leading role. According to the statistics of the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture, the total output of meat product in China in 2007 was 81.3 million tons, which was an increase of 1.0% over the previous year. There were 2,847 above-scale butcher and meat-processing enterprises in China in the first 11 months of 2007. The total income from sales of these enterprises equaled 319.392 billion Yuan, with a profit of 13.269 billion Yuan, an increase of 33.86% and 47.42% respectively over the previous year. The income from sales and regional sales revenre for above-scale enterprises has reached 28.41% and 84.44% respectively.

According to statistics of the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture, China’s apparent consumption of meat was about 81.6814 million tons in 2007, of which imported meat products only accounted for 0.55%. Restricted by the problem of food safety and the sheer level of intensive processing, China did not export that much meat. In fact it has decided that Chinese meat products mainly satisfy domestic demands at the present time. In addition, the Chinese government strictly supervises and controls the import of meat products. Only imported meat product which is on the list for Countries and Regions Permitted to Import Meat Product, and the Kinds and Uses released by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, as well as received the proper quarantine license and certificate, and undergone the appropriate inspections from the Inspection and Quarantine of the People’s Republic of China may enter. In addition, China has instituted a system of registration for processing enterprises exporting meat product to China. So if the enterprise did not register itself with the General Administration of Quality Supervision, or the Inspection and Quarantine of the People’s Republic of China, it may not export meat products to China. Under such strict governmental supervision, the meat product export growth has been highly affected.

The volume of meat product imported into China was 447,000 tons in 2007, up by 87.57% over the previous year, and 1.75 times the volume of 2003. During these five years, China’s meat product imports changed little, but still possessed an upward trend with an annual growth rate of 21.18%.

China mainly imported meat products from France, USA, Denmark, Canada, New Zealand and Australia in 2007. Of this, France ranked the first with 191,400 tons, which equaled 42.82% of China’s gross volume of imports, Ranking second was the USA with 84,700 tons, which equaled 18.95% of the total; Denmark ranked third with 73,800 tons, which accounted for 16.52% of the total. In total, China imported 350,000 tons of meat products from these three countries in 2007, making up 78.29% of the all meat product imports.

Main types of China imported meat products to China consisted of high-grade meat, meat products as well as meat by-products of mid to low grade. High-grade meat and meat products were generally supplied to high and mid-grade restaurants in large to medium-sized cities, or were used to produce high-grade Western style meat products. Meat by-products of mid and low grade (such as trotter, tripe and offal) mainly satisfied consumer’s demand, since Chinese people have the habit of eating cooked entrails.

Currently, urban residents are the main consumers of meat product in China. The more they earn, the more meat they consumed. Thus the ratio of outdoor meat consumption to the consumption of meat products is increasing. However, rural residents have great potential for meat consumption. After analysizing statistics over the past few years, the Development Research Centre of the State Council found that meat consumption in rural regions is expanding faster than that of urban. It is believed that with the policy of building a new socialist countryside, the income of farmers will increase, and thus rural consumption will further expand.

Compared with other industries, the meat industry has the advantage of endurance, low risk, as well as a large base of customers. As technology improves, the market further subdivides, and the personel income of the average Chinese individual is augmented, high-end or high value products have a greater opportunity to enter the market. As the Chinese meat product market grows, the market volume will continue to increase by a small margin. However, the total volume of meat consumption will notably increase...
CHAPTER 1 PRODUCTS DEFINITION

1.1 Product definition
1.2 Product classification
1.3 Related products

CHAPTER 2 OVERVIEW OF CHINA MEAT PRODUCT MARKET

2.1 China’s economy: basic facts
2.2 Introduction to the current domestic macroeconomic environment
2.3 Situation of domestic meat industry development in 2007
2.4 Prediction on the increasing potential of domestic meat product market in the future

CHAPTER 3 INTRODUCTION TO DOMESTIC INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENT

3.1 Related industrial policies
3.2 Related laws and regulations
3.3 Foreign cooperative agreement
3.4 Prediction on policy trend

CHAPTER 4 OVERVIEW OF THE IMPORT SITUATION OF MEAT PRODUCTS

CHAPTER 5 ANALYSIS ON THE IMPORT TREND OF MEAT SUBDIVIDED PRODUCTS

5.1 Beef (hs code: 0201, 0202)
  5.1.1 Analysis on the import change of beef in recent years
  5.1.2 Main origins of China imported beef
  5.1.3 Main destinations of China imported beef
5.2 Mutton(hs code:0204)
  5.2.1 Analysis on the import change of mutton in recent years
  5.2.2 Main origins of China imported mutton
  5.2.3 Main domestic flow destinations of China imported mutton
5.3 Edible meat offal and other fresh, chilled or frozen meat(hs code:0206,0208)
  5.3.1 Analysis on the import change of edible meat offal and other fresh, chilled or frozen meat
  5.3.2 Main origins of China imported edible meat offal and fresh, chilled or frozen meat
  5.3.3 Main domestic flow destinations of China imported edible meat offal and fresh, chilled or frozen meat

CHAPTER 6 ANALYSIS ON THE EXPORT SITUATION OF CHINA MEAT PRODUCTS IN THE PAST YEARS

6.1 Changes in the export of China meat products and reasons
6.2 Main destinations of China exported meat products
6.3 Main origins of China exported meat products

CHAPTER 7 TAX BURDEN STATUS OF IMPORTED PRODUCTS

7.1 Import duty
7.2 VAT
7.3 Consumption tax

CHAPTER 8 INSPECTION AND QUARANTINE AND STANDARD SYSTEM

8.1 Inspection and quarantine procedure of imported meat products
8.2 Main test standards and indexes
8.3 Relevant standard for meat product
8.4 Main supervisory organization

CHAPTER 9 PROCEDURES ON IMPORTING MEAT PRODUCTS INTO CHINA

9.1 Procedures on importing meat products into China
9.2 Flow specification for importing meat products into China

CHAPTER 10 COMPETITIBE SITUATION IN DOMESTIC MEAT MARKET

10.1 analysis on the concentration ratio of sales income of enterprises
10.2 analysis on the concentration ratio of sales by regions
10.3 position of imported meat products in China market
10.4 introductions to the top ten enterprises of China meat industry by sales
  10.4.1 Luohe Shuanghui Group CO., LTD.
  10.4.2 Linyi Xincheng Jinluo Meat Products CO., LTD.
  10.4.3 Jiangsu Yurun Food Products CO., LTD.
  10.4.4 Zhucheng Foreign Trade CO., LTD.
  10.4.5 Henan Zhiyuan Food CO., LTD.
  10.4.6 Dacheng Dongbeiya Company
  10.4.7 Delisi Group CO., LTD.
  10.4.8 Jilin Deda CO., LTD.
  10.4.9 Henan Huaying Poultry Industry Group
  10.4.10 Shandong Fengxiang (Group) CO., LTD.
10.5 Distribution Map Of Large-Scaled Oil Processing Corporations In China

CHAPTER 11 ANALYSIS ON SALE CHANNELS IN THE MARKET

11.1 Main demostic sale channels of meat products
11.2 Chart of sale channel of domestic meat products
11.3 Analysis on the main domestic sale channels of meat products

CHAPTER 12 ANALYSIS ON ENTRY INTO CHINA MARKET

12.1 Analysis on the characteristics of domestic customers of meat products
12.2 Analysis on opportunity to enter the market
12.3 Analysis on the non-tariff barrier (NTB) of entering into market
12.4 Conclusions and suggestions

CHAPTER 13 RELATED ASSOCIATIONS

13.1 China Meat Association
13.2 China Animal Agriculture Association
13.3 China Chamber Of Commerce Of Import And Export Of Foodstuffs, Native Produce And Animal By-Products

CHAPTER 14 RELATED EXHIBITIONS

14.1 The Sixth China International Meat Industry Exhibition
14.2 China Animal Husbandry And Feed Industry Expo
14.3 The 3rd China Shanghai International Meat Industry Exhibition
14.4 ISF China
  I. a list of major meat importers in China
  II. a list of major meat exporters in China
  III. a list of major meat retailers in China

TABLE CONTENTS

Table 1 Meat Product Types
Table 2 Types of Related Products
Table 3 Chinese Macroeconomic Indexes, 2007
Table 4 Main Economic Index of Butchering And Processing Industry in the First 11 Months of 2007 in China
Table 5 Import Quantity And Growth Rate of Imported Meat Products in 2003-2007 (Unit: Kg)
Table 6 Import Value And Growth Rate of Imported Meat Products in 2003-2007 (Unit: USD)
Table 7 Import Quantity And Growth Rate of China Imported Beef of 2003-2007 (Unit: Kg)
Table 8 Import Value And Growth Rate of China Imported Beef of 2003-2007 (Unit: USD)
Table 9 Imported Quantity And Growth Rate of China Imported Beef From Different Origins in 2007 (Unit: Kg)
Table 10 Imported Value And Growth Rate of China Imported Beef From Different Origins in 2007 (Unit: USD)
Table 11 Top 10 Destinations With the Highest Import Quantity of China Imported Beef in 2007, the Import Quantity And Growth Rate in the Past Years (Unit: Kg)
Table 12 Top 10 Destinations With the Highest Import Value of China Imported Beef in 2007, the Import Value And Growth Rate in the Past Years (Unit: USD)
Table 13 The Volume And Growth Rate of China’s Imported Mutton of 2003-2007 (Unit: Kg)
Table 14 The Value And Growth Rate of China Imported Mutton of 2003-2007 (Unit: USD)
Table 15 Main Origins of China Imported Mutton And the Import Quantity And Growth Rate in 2007 (Unit: Kg)
Table 16 Main Origins of China Imported Mutton And the Import Value And Growth Rate in 2007 (Unit: USD)
Table 17 Top 10 Destinations With the Highest Import Volume of China Imported Mutton in 2007, the Import Volume And Growth Rate in the Past Years (Unit: Kg)
Table 18 Top 10 Destinations With the Highest Import Value of China Imported Mutton in 2007, the Import Value And Growth Rate in the Past Years (Unit: USD)
Table 19 The Import Volume And Growth Rate of China Imported Edible Meat Offal And Fresh, Chilled Or Frozen Meat of 2003-2007 (Unit: Kg)
Table 20 The Import Value And Growth Rate of China Imported Edible Meat Offal And Fresh, Chilled Or Frozen Meat of 2003-2007 (Unit: USD)
Table 21 Top 10 Origins of China Imported Edible Meat Offal And Fresh, Chilled Or Frozen Meat And the Annual Growth Rate in the Past Years (By Import Quantity, Unit: Kg)
Table 22 Top 10 Origins of China Imported Edible Meat Offal And Fresh, Chilled Or Frozen Meat And the Annual Growth Rate in the Past Years (By Import Value, Unit: USD)
Table 23 Top 10 destinations with the highest import quantity of China imported edible meat offal and fresh, chilled or frozen meat in 2007, and the import quantity and growth rate of them in the past years. (unit: kg)
Table 24 Top 10 destinations with the highest import value of China imported edible meat offal and fresh, chilled or frozen meat in 2007, and the import value and growth rate of them in the past years. (unit: usd)
Table 25 The Export Quantity And Growth Rate of China Exported Meat Products From 2003 to 2007 (Unit: Kg)
Table 26 The Export Value And Growth Rate of China Exported Meat Products From 2003 to 2007 (Unit: USD)
Table 27 Export Value of Subdivided Products of Meat Products
Table 28 Rank of the Main Destinations of China Exported Meat Products in 2007 (By Export Quantity)
Table 29 Top Ten Destinations of China Exported Meat Products in 2007 And the Growth Rate in the Past Years (By Export Quantity, Unit: Kg)
Table 30 Top Ten Destinations of China Exported Meat Products in 2007 And the Growth Rate in the Past Years (By Export Value, Unit: USD)
Table 31 Rank of Main Origins of China Exported Meat Products in 2007
Table 32 Top Ten Origins of China Exported Meat Products in 2007 And the Growth Rates in the Past Years (By Export Volume, Unit: Kg)
Table 33 Top Ten Origins of China Exported Meat Products in 2007 And the Growth Rates in the Past Years (By Export Value, Unit: USD)
Table 34 Meat Products Import Tariff
Table 35 List of Meat Product Need to Apply For the Permission of Importing Endangered Animals
Table 36 Physical And Chemical Index of Fresh (Frozen) Poultry
Table 37 Toxic And Harmful Substances Maximum Residue Limits in Non-Environmental Pollution Animal Products
Table 38 Index of Microbe
Table 39 Maximum Residue Limits For Veterinary Drugs in Meat Products
Table 40 Veterinary Drug Maximum Residue Limits in the Food of Animal Origin
Table 41 Drugs That Can Be Used For Treatment But Should Not Be Found in Meat Products
Table 42 Drugs That Is Prohibited to Use in China And Should Not Be Found in Meat Foods
Table 43 Relative Standard About Net Content For the Labeling of Pre-Packaged Meat Products
Table 44 Relevant State Compulsory Standard For Meat Product
Table 45 National Recommended Standards of Meat Products
Table 46 Economic Circulating Conditions of the Slaughtering Animals And Meat Processing in Main Regions of China For the First 11 Months of 2007 (Unit: Rmb Thousand Yuan)
Table 47 List of the Number of Large-Scaled Butchering And Meat-Processing Corporations in China in the First 11 Months of 2007

FIGURE CONTENTS

Figure 1 Change in the Import Quantity And Growth Rate of China Imported Meat Products in 2003-2007 (Unit: Kg)
Figure 2 Change in the Import Value And Growth Rate of China Imported Meat Products in 2003-2007 (Unit: USD)
Figure 3 The Imported Rates That Subdivided Products of Meat Products Take Up in the Year 2007 (Unit: USD)
Figure 4 Change in the Import Quantity And Growth Rate of China Imported Beef in 2003-2007 (Unit: Kg)
Figure 5 Change in the Import Value And Growth Rate of China Imported Beef in 2003-2007(Unit: USD)
Figure 6 Import Quantity And Value of Different Origins of China Imported Beef in 2007
Figure 7 Trend of the Main Origins of China Imported Beef (Unit: %)
Figure 8 Top Ten Flow Destinations With the Highest Import Quantity of China Imported Beef in 2007
Figure 9 Trend of Imported Quantity of China Imported Beef in the Past Years (Unit: %)
Figure 10 Top 10 Destinations With the Highest Import Value of China Imported Beef in 2007
Figure 11 Trend of the Import Value of China Imported Products of Beef in Main Destinations in the Past Years (Unit: %)
Figure 12 The Import Quantity And Growth Rate of China Imported Mutton of 2003-2007 (Unit: Kg)
Figure 13 The Imported Value And Growth Rate of China Imported Mutton of 2003-2007 (Unit: USD)
Figure 14 Main Origins of China Imported Mutton And Their Import Quantity And Sum
Figure 15 Trend of Main Origins of China Imported Mutton Over the Past Years (Unit: %)
Figure 16 Top Ten Flow Destinations With the Highest Import Quantity of China Imported Mutton in 2007
Figure 17 Trend of Imported Quantity of China Imported Mutton in the Past Years (Unit: %)
Figure 18 Domestic Flow Destinations of China Imported Mutton in Value of Import Value in 2007
Figure 19 Changes of Import Value of Main Domestic Flow Destinations of China Imported Mutton (Unit: %)
Figure 20 Changes of Import Volume of Edible Meat Offal And Other Fresh, Chilled Or Frozen Meat From 2003 to 2007 (Unit: Kg)
Figure 21 Changes of Import Value of Edible Meat Offal And Other Fresh, Chilled Or Frozen Meat From 2003 to 2007 (Unit: USD)
Figure 22 Main Origins of China Imported Edible Meat Offal And Fresh, Chilled Or Frozen Meat, And the Import Quantity And Sum in 2007
Figure 23 Changes of Import Volume of Main Domestic Flow Destinations of China Imported Edible Meat Offal And Fresh, Chilled Or Frozen Meat (Unit: %)
Figure 24 Top 10 Destinations With the Highest Import Quantity of China Imported Edible Meat Offal And Fresh, Chilled Or Frozen Meat in 2007
Figure 25 Trend of the Import Quantity of China Imported Edible Meat Offal And Fresh, Chilled Or Frozen Meat in Main Destinations in the Past Years (Unit: %)
Figure 26 Top 10 Destinations With the Highest Import Value of China Imported Edible Meat Offal And Fresh, Chilled Or Frozen Meat in 2007
Figure 27 Trend of the Import Value of China Imported Edible Meat Offal And Fresh, Chilled Or Frozen Meat in Main Destinations in the Past Years (Unit: %)
Figure 28 Changes of Export Quantity And Growth Rate of China Exported Meat Products in 2003-2007 (Unit: Kg)
Figure 29 Changes of Export Value And Growth Rate of China Exported Meat Products in 2003-2007
Figure 30 The Export Rates That the Subdivided Meat Products Take Up In2007 (Unit: USD)
Figure 31 Top Ten Destinations of China Exported Meat Products (By Export Volume)
Figure 32 Top Ten Destinations of China Exported Meat Products (By Export Value)
Figure 33 Main Origins of China Exported Meat Products in 2007 (Unit: Kg, Usd)
Figure 34 Flow Figure For Importing Meat Products Into China
Figure 35 Proportion of the Sales of Top Ten Enterprises in That of the Large-Scaled Enterprises
Figure 36 Proportion of the Sales of the Top Ten Regions in That of the Large-Scaled Enterprises
Figure 37 Distribution Map of Large-Scaled Oil Processing Corporations in China
Figure 38 Chart of Domestic Meat Sales Channel
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