Plush Candy Toy Factory
Basic Information. Description :Plush Candy Toy Factory Model NO.: M101122 Age: Any Age MOQ: 500PCS Per Style Material: Plush Sample fee: US$ 60 per style. Filling : Polyester . Size: 30cm L or Customized Trademark: Customized Sample Time: 5-7 Working Days HS Code: 9503002100 Fabric: Super soft...
Description:Plush Candy Toy Factory
Model NO.: M101122 Age: Any Age
MOQ: 500PCS Per Style Material: Plush
Sample fee: US$ 60 per style. Filling: Polyester.
Size: 30cm L or Customized Trademark: Customized
Sample Time: 5-7 Working Days HS Code: 9503002100
Fabric: Super soft plush. Origin: Guangdong, China
Usage: For gift, toy, promotion.
Certification: CE, EN71, ASTM, CPSIA, REACH
Loading Port: Shenzhen Or Other City Port
Package: One PC in a Poly bag, suitable quantity in a Carton
Delivery details: 25-35 working days after sample approval and received the deposit.
OEM service: Warm, good hand felling, good for skin, breathes, perfect for seasons, soft enough.
As one of the traditional two pillar snack industries in China, the confectionery industry keeps rapid growth and the potential market share keeps expanding. In the past five years, China's confectionery market has maintained an annual growth rate of 8% to 12%. In 2011, China's confectionery industry had reached 62 billion yuan.
With the development and expansion of the domestic confectionery industry, various types of confectionery such as health care, low-sugar, fun and ecological have accelerated the collective attack on the high-end confectionery market in China. By contrast, China's confectionery market has a very single product. Under the double pressure of foreign enterprises and the fierce competition of domestic enterprises, China's confectionery industry has great difficulties in product development.
The domestic confectionery enterprise's competition mainly stays on the price level, the development to the new domain compares with the foreign capital obviously insufficient. The phenomenon of product homogenization has seriously hindered the competition between domestic confectionery enterprises and foreign brands, making their profits far less than foreign brands, and the main battlefield of domestic brands has been forced to sink into the secondary and tertiary markets.