Artisanal Food Producers in China: Wuyuan’s Song Feng Tsui

One of the most fun and interesting parts of the prep work for opening Baoism is discovering and talking to artisanal food producers.  We’ve been meeting with some established and small-scale organic food producers around Shanghai and are constantly discovering more.

There are many challenges facing small natural food producers in China including capital, logistics, distribution and supply constraints. Often consumers have never heard of them, don’t know that the option for artisanal food exists, and wouldn’t know where to buy it even if they did. These rural operations find their outlet through local markets, and small scale or high end distributors. Most of the perishable stuff never make it to the big cities.

For us, it is of utmost importance to find these artisans, whether oil producers, soy sauce or tofu makers, and promote and protect their craft, while educating China’s new generation on the art and heritage…

Jing | 21.05.14 at 04:26 PM

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