The Chinese food industry is growing rapidly in the United States, Canada and the UK, with a number of local brands opening stores in major cities, as well as expanding to major urban areas in places like New York and Los Angeles.
In 2018, there were over 5,500 stores in the U.S., with over 500 in the UK and over 1,500 in Canada, according to data from the US Census Bureau.
The data also showed that food retailing in the states grew by more than 3,400 percent from 2015 to 2020, the fastest growth in history.
In the United Kingdom, where the average daily turnover is just over $1.80, food retailers are opening up at a much faster rate than the rest of the country, according for the UK Food Retailers Association.
According to a report by the Food and Drink Association (FDA), in the first nine months of 2018 there were 4,600 food retail outlets in the country.
And in 2017, there was just over 1 million outlets, the largest number since the late 1990s.
In Canada, there are more than 50 food retailers with more than 200 stores in Toronto alone, and there are over 7,000 in the Greater Toronto Area.
Many of these stores are opening in major urban centers, including Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, and Edmonton, as noted by the Toronto Star in a recent article.
The Chinese chain Gurgaon Foods has already opened stores in London and is expanding in major Canadian cities like Toronto and Ottawa.
The company recently announced that it is opening stores at major U.K. airports and is planning to open a second location in Halifax.
The grocery chain, which has over 200 stores worldwide, recently added a new location in Seattle, and it plans to open stores in New York City, San Francisco, and Los Vegas.
The U.k. also has a number with a significant presence in the food and beverage industry, with GFCS Group and Sainsbury’s having established stores in many major cities and other major grocery chains like Tesco, Asda, and Aldi all having openings in the past few years.
The China-based company is also expanding its food-retail operations, opening stores and expanding its product line in the coming years.
Gurgaons brand has become a popular choice for consumers in the Asian countries where it has been operating, including Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Thailand.
The chain opened its first Chinese location in Beijing in 2015, and the first two stores in Hong Kong were opened in the middle of last year.
“We believe that this growth in China and India will help to grow our international brand,” said Zhang Guochao, the company’s CEO.
In China, there is a large Chinese population and the chain has also been gaining popularity in Hongkong, where it opened a second Chinese store in 2017.
“Gurgaons China has a great reputation in HongKong and the Chinese consumers are very loyal,” Zhang said in a statement.
In 2017, Gurgaos sold nearly 10 million pounds of goods in China, according the company.
GFCs brand has also gained popularity in the European Union, where food and drink sales are increasing rapidly and the market is expected to double by 2025.
A study by The Economist showed that GFC was the top selling brand in Europe, and in the EU, sales of GFC are expected to increase by 70 percent by 2025, up from 30 percent in 2018.
In Hong Kong and other Chinese cities, there have been numerous efforts by GFC to gain access to a broader audience, with its products sold in major supermarkets in major Chinese cities.
One example is the launch of a new GFC-branded line of drinks in the Hong Kong market.
“The GFC brand is growing and we are hoping to become a major player in the Chinese market,” said Gurgaans founder and chairman, Xu Yongliang, in a 2016 interview with The Economist.
“In China, GFC is the number one brand in China.
We want to bring the brand to the whole world.”
The chain also has plans to expand its reach in the Southeast Asian region, with the opening of stores in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Philippines.
In addition, there has been a growing interest in food retail in China’s second largest city, Shanghai, as food retail chains have opened stores there.
The Food and Beverage Association of China (FBAIC) reported in May that Chinese consumers in Shanghai are spending an average of $14.75 per meal on groceries and food products.
That is an increase of more than 30 percent over the previous year.
In Shanghai, there will be over 1.5 million outlets for the brand, according Toei Shimbun.
China has also experienced an uptick in the growth of Chinese food retail, with food stores opening in more cities, including Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and Zhengzhou.
“China’s food retail industry has grown at an unprecedented