In recent years, Chinese consumers are more likely to acquire high-calorie foods as part of China’s rapidly grown economy with the F&B industry to follow.
Chinese consumers’ dietary structure has shifted from coarse food grains and vegetables to animal-based food, refined grains, and high-sugar, high-fat food.
These trends lead to obvious weight gain across the board. Similar to western countries, weight gain is posing a real threat to Chinese people’s health, thus promoting the development of weight management products in all shapes and forms.
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