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  • Trend of Daily Necessities Industry in Yiwu Market

  • Source:Yiwu · China Commodity Index Author:Yiwu · China Commodity Index 2021-01-22
  • The daily necessities industry of Yiwu Market is mainly located in Block E2 in the east and west section on 2F in District IV of the International Trade Mart, with overall 2648 firms available at present. It mainly deals with household products, bamboo and wood products, plastic products, as well as mother and baby products, etc. 70% products of the industry are exported to foreign countries, including Africa, the Middle East, Europe and America.
    Recently, all kinds of products in the daily necessities industry achieved satisfactory sales. At the end of the year, the sales of disposable products represented by bamboo sticks, paper trays and plastic cups increased significantly. Purchasers were all busy stocking up household supplies such as watering cans, buckets, mops, plastic films, garbage bags, etc. All kinds of masks, wet tissues and health care products for women, children and infants are also favored by customers both at home and abroad.
    Some warm-keeping products ushered their peak season of sales. Cute hand warmer suitable for young people and the rubber hot-water bag suitable for old people achieved significant sales increase.
    The rigid demand of foreign customers for consumer goods also contributed to the growth of sales. The demand of foreign trade for mother and baby products recovered, which guarantee the good sales volume of nursing bottle, baby-feeding nipple and baby bottles in the Middle East and South America. Regular customers constantly placed orders for baby bibs, baby blankets and baby socks, which were then exported mainly to the Middle East. In terms of kitchen supplies, the sales of silicone spatulas, stainless steel ovenware, stainless steel baking tools, silicone gloves and cleaning supplies also achieved increase, as compared with that of the previous months.
    Recently, the overall operating trend of daily necessities industry in District IV of the International Trade Mart achieved slight development. The market operators were more aware of the importance of brand, quality and innovation. A development mode featuring the integration of online and offline sales was adopted, thus contribute to the sustainable and sound development of the industry in the future.