During the new epidemic, South Korea’s food retail industry ushered in a small upsurge. With the spread of the epidemic, most people choose to fight the epidemic at home, greatly increasing the demand for family alternative meals, instant noodles, biscuits and other snacks. Their overseas exports also increased in an all-round way, driving the performance improvement. Thanks to the increase of domestic market demand for family alternative meals and the growth of overseas markets, CJ’s first sugar making business profit in the second quarter reached 384.9 billion won (about 2.25 billion yuan), with a year-on-year increase of 119.5%, the highest level in the same period of the previous year; the sales volume was 5.9209 trillion won, with a year-on-year increase of 7.4%; and the net profit was won 158 billion, with a year-on-year increase of 300.1%. In terms of overseas markets, sales in the United States, Vietnam and China increased by 19%, 24% and 35% respectively. Compared with the same period last year, the operating profit of haoliyou in the first half of the year increased by 43.5% to 183.2 billion won, the highest record in the same period of history; sales increased by 12.6% to 1.0549 trillion won. Operating profit in the second quarter also increased 71% over the same period last year to 86.2 billion won. In terms of overseas markets, China, Vietnam, Russia and other overseas markets have achieved double-digit growth, with an operating profit margin of 17%. The instant noodle market is also booming. Nongxin’s operating profit in the second quarter was 41.39 billion won, a significant increase of 404.8% over the same period last year. Sales increased 17.6% year-on-year to 668 billion won. The operating profit in the first half of the year was 105 billion won, an increase of 163.7% year on year. Domestic and overseas sales increased by 12.2% and 34.3% respectively.