My jaded side agrees with a lot of the skepticism in the comments here. Even when you look at the US, or other Western countries, where organic approaches to farming and meat production are more prevalent, the number of consumers who purchase and live by these products is a relatively small (but growing) dent.
On the flip side, I’ve been pleasantly surprised that I’ve seen more organic Chinese-based brands and products in our local Chinese markets. I’m hoping this is a reflection of what goes on in China too (if my mom talks about organic products, there’s good shot the locals on the mainland are too). Even if we never get to make the same inroads in the Chinese population as we do in the Western nations, they are such a big market that even a smaller percentage of consumers who buy into these beliefs can have a huge impact on the environment. For example, if we think just 10% of consumers in the US and western nations try to buy organic, pasture-raised, and/or plant-based foods, you might see a similar impact even if only 5% of Chinese consumers did the same. To me, it’s good news that they’re at least trying to find that niche market.