1. National enterprise policy support
National enterprise policy support is conducive to the development of large-scale food companies. Food companies are related to the national economy and the people’s livelihood. They are an important industry in the national economy and a basic industry that guarantees people’s livelihood. They have a pivotal strategic position and role and have always been highly valued by the country.
The guidance issued in January 2017 clearly stated that by 2020, the food industry will have a significant improvement in the scale, intelligence, intensive, and green development, and the quality and efficiency of supply will be significantly improved. The scale of products has continued to grow, the industrial structure has been continuously optimized, the innovation capability has been significantly enhanced, the level of integration of industrialization and industrialization has increased significantly, the level of food safety assurance has been steadily improved, and the standard system has been further improved.
The above-mentioned policies have brought huge development opportunities to the food industry, including non-dairy creamer, and will help the industry, especially the rapid development of large-scale enterprises in the non-dairy creamer industry.
2. Perfect industry supervision system
The improvement of industry supervision promotes the long-term and standardized development of enterprises. In the context of the country’s increasing emphasis on food safety, a series of regulations such as the Food Safety Law in 2009 have been promulgated and implemented.
At the same time, consumers continue to pay more attention to food safety and their consumption awareness has generally increased, prompting downstream customers in areas such as milk tea and coffee to purchase raw materials such as non-dairy creamer, and they tend to choose quality assurance and supply assurance. , Suppliers with high R&D efficiency and good market reputation.
On the other hand, the increasingly strict food regulatory environment has also raised the barriers to entry for the non-dairy creamer industry, which will accelerate the elimination of companies with weaker standards and poor product quality in the industry, which is conducive to the long-term standardized development of the industry.