During the 20th Anniversary Development Summit of Jiahe Foods, held in Suzhou, with more than 150 scientific research experts, customers, and suppliers, it was pointed out that whole grains were an important part of a healthy and sustainable diet and should be an important cornerstone of a ‘healthy China’. The summit was held to celebrate the cooperation between Jiahe Foods and the National Academy of Food Sciences.
In November this year, the Chinese Government launched the "National Whole Grain Action Plan", ushering in policies and market trends. On . . .