WUHAN, China, Feb. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- With China's rising economic power and globalization, foreign snacks is gaining popularity among Chinese consumers every year. Recently, China's top leisure snacks brand Bestore (Liangpinpuzi), has landed on the giant display in New York's Times Square, to invite the global manufacturers and suppliers of high-quality snacks to jointly develop the Chinese snacks market, providing Chinese consumers a chance to taste delicious snacks from all around the world.
The Chinese snacks market is a 1.3 trillion RMB market, with a 20% annual growth rate. As pointed out by Tmall, China's largest e-commerce platform, the Chinese snacks industry is continuing to expand globally in 2016.
Founded in 2008, Bestore has now become the top brand in the Chinese snacks industry, with twice the market share of the closest competitor. In 2015, the sales of its imported food has reached nearly 400 million RMB, accounting for about 9 percent of turnover. Bestore by far has own an all-channel sales network with 37 online channels, 1,700 chain stores, and sells over 1,500 types of snacks. The company's planning goal is that, by the end of 2018, there would have over 5,000 stores opened in China, covering 16 provinces and the annual sales income could break 10 billion RMB.
During the 2016 Chinese Spring Festival, Bestore, together with its spokesman Mr. Huang Xiaoming, debuted in New York's Times Square, sending the New Year's blessing to all Chinese worldwide. Meanwhile, the company aims to attract the attention of raw material suppliers, foreign snacks manufacturers and foreign product agents.
SOURCE Liangpinpuzi (LPPZ)