China is a food-loving nation, but it’s also a fast-growing place that’s seen a sharp uptick in the number of foodies.
In fact, China is already the second-most-visited country for US foodies after the US, and its food scene has seen an incredible rise in the past two decades.
And it’s all thanks to the Chinese government.
Food warsA new food war has erupted in China, fueled by the country’s rapidly expanding middle class.
That has seen some Chinese restaurants go from being relatively small, and relatively inexpensive, to becoming multi-million-dollar mega-lots.
And the food wars have sparked an unprecedented demand for the food in China.
In 2016, an estimated 30 million Chinese people were on the brink of poverty.
A full year later, a whopping 11.5 million Chinese were on a poverty line, according to a government survey.
This year, some Chinese foodies are trying to capitalize on the new market demand, and are now raising money to help them out.
The latest venture, Chinese Food Wars, has been a big hit, with food bloggers and even celebrities like Kevin Spacey and James Franco among the crowd of fans.
Food Wars is a group of food bloggers who are trying out a new business model.
They’ve already raised nearly $7 million in donations from China’s middle class, and the group plans to launch a Kickstarter campaign in the coming months to help fund their expansion.
They’re raising money from Chinese middle class to create a new restaurant chain that will be owned and operated by Chinese middle-class families, with a focus on authentic Chinese food.
This is what they’ve called their “New China,” according to their website.
And in addition to raising money, the food bloggers are also getting advice on how to market the brand.
Some have already started posting videos to YouTube to share their recipes and videos of the restaurant’s interior, and other bloggers are trying their best to get their own food-related videos made as well.
There’s also food culture, as food bloggers want to give their fans an opportunity to experience the Chinese cuisine in its original, traditional way.
But their focus on Chinese food has also helped bring about some food-based controversies in the country, with some chefs in the United States complaining about their dishes being labelled as “sugar-cane-and-peanut sauce.”
And in a country where food and culture are often segregated, this has been particularly noticeable for the Chinese-American community.
A recent report by the Center for Food Safety found that Chinese-Americans were almost twice as likely as other groups to be denied service and be racially profiled.
The food warsThe food-focused group is also attempting to capitalize by making their own “New Beijing” food and beverage.
They plan to sell their own version of Chinese food to the public.
The brand is expected to have a “Chinese-American flavor,” and will include “fusion vegetables,” which are often called “soups.”
In addition to the traditional Chinese food, they’re also planning on adding “authentic” Chinese ingredients like duck fat and ginger.
The new company has already raised over $2.5 to $3 million in seed funding from Chinese investors, according the blog’s Kickstarter page.
The group is hoping to launch their restaurant chain in the next few months, but is also working on their own menu items.
The first restaurant to be built in China is expected in 2021, but their goal is to expand their empire in the near future.