Wuhan snacks sold in 20 coun­tries

Changjiang Weekly - - BUSINESS - By Sun Jun

Be­store, a lo­cal snack re­tailer, has en­tered the mar­kets of 20 coun­tries in­clud­ing Aus­tralia, France, the U.K. and the U.S. with more than 1 00 kinds of de­li­cious snacks so far. The com­pany an­nounced the news on Au­gust 27.

Small pack­ages of snacks less than 30 kilo­grams are de­liv­ered di­rectly to con­sumers through e-com­merce plat­forms such as Tmall, JD and Ama­zon via a cross-bor­der lo­gis­tics sys­tem. Through over­seas dis­trib­u­tors, con­sumers can buy the snacks in con­ve­nience stores or in Chi­nese mar­kets in some coun­tries.

Our re­porter has seen in the Be­store Tmall flag­ship store that the pop­u­lar list for snacks in­cludes: braised lo­tus root of Hubei's Honghu, the stinky tofu of Chang­sha, crispy fried rice crust of Shanxi, spicy dry strips of Hu­nan and the rice wine of Hubei's Xiao­gan.

A few years ago, Hubei Shen­dan Healthy Food Com­pany also be­gan ex­port­ing their prod­ucts, such as pre­served and salted eggs, to Aus­tralia, Ja­pan, Sin­ga­pore, the Repub­lic of Korea, the U.S., and other coun­tries.

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