China's seafood sector looks to convenience, home dining as restaurant sales slow

Published on
September 12, 2022
A lone diner at a restaurant in Shanghai.

With both Chengdu and Shenzhen enduring COVID-19 lockdowns, China’s seafood industry expected subdued sales over China’s upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival on 10 September.

There are now 30 Chinese cities in various states of COVID-related movement controls, causing further harm to China’s restaurant scene, which has been struggling to cope with China’s zero-COVID policy as more consumers stay home ... 

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