An employee arranges cans of infant milk powder inside a store in Shanghai. Photo: Bloomberg An employee arranges cans of infant milk powder inside a store in Shanghai. Photo: Bloomberg
An employee arranges cans of infant milk powder inside a store in Shanghai. Photo: Bloomberg

Chinese households lose their taste for Australian dairy products as souring relations hit sales

  • Market share of foreign milk brands on Tmall has declined to 23 per cent this year, versus 35 per cent in 2019 and 52 per cent in 2016
  • Nationalism cited as key reason for weaker sales of foreign brands, says Mark Tanner of Shanghai-based market tracker China Skinny

Topic |   China-Australia relations
An employee arranges cans of infant milk powder inside a store in Shanghai. Photo: Bloomberg An employee arranges cans of infant milk powder inside a store in Shanghai. Photo: Bloomberg
An employee arranges cans of infant milk powder inside a store in Shanghai. Photo: Bloomberg
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