...but the article in question shows government subsidy to increase the pork supply on the hoof.
Worker salaries are rising faster than the rate of retail inflation, making more available to buy pork product, hence increasing volume of sales and retail price increases are absorbed, even strengthened.
Like Henry Ford said, given enough salary, the Ford workers in the plant can afford to buy the cars they're working on.
The price of pork is demand based. But so is the price of packaged processing.
As pork prices improve, the opportunity to go HOGWILD increases.
That validates the DJ article I pointed out the day before yesterday. However, increased production holds the line with pork prices, the final product produced by Zhong has growth in both bottom line profit, and increased consumption.
I don't know if anybody has tried the product, but it is terrific food. I know it would be a huge hurdle to get through export process, but that is a long commute for a decent packaged meal, and there is always the internet.