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# 334 Xu Shihui $7.16B

Random fact: Daughter Xu Yangyang is a vice president at Dali.


Xu is the chief executive officer and biggest shareholder of Dali Foods Group, a manufacturer of breads, cakes and pastries in China. The publicly traded company reported revenue of 22.3 billion yuan ($3.5 billion) in 2021. Dalian Foods has 30 food and beverage production bases in 18 provinces across mainland China.

As of :
Last change -$123M ( -1.7%)
YTD change +$107M ( +1.5%)
Biggest asset 3799 HK Equity
Country / Region China
Age 65
Industry Food & Beverage
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Relative Value

Xu Shihui's net worth of $7.16B can buy ...

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... and is equivalent to ...

of the GDP of the United States
of the total wealth of the 500 richest people in the world
of the top 100 U.S. college endowments
of the top 200 U.S. executives’ total awarded compensation
of U.S. existing home sales
times the median U.S. household income

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The majority of Xu's fortune is derived from his stake in Dali Foods Group, a publicly traded food and beverage maker. Xu and his family trust own 85% of the company, according to the company's Sept. 29, 2022 disclosure. Dalian Foods has 30 food and beverage production bases in 18 provinces across China, according to its website.

Xu holds 42.5% of Dali through British Virgin Islands-based holding company Divine Foods 1 and another 42.5% via Xu's family trust. Xu's credited with the entire 85% stake to reflect his operational control and status as founder.

The value of his cash investments is based on an analysis of these proceeds, as well as taxes and market performance.

Andrew Fan, spokesman of Daili Foods, declined to comment on the billionaire's net worth.


Family: Married, 2 children

Xu Shihui was born in China's Fujian province in 1958. He did not attend college. Xu worked as head of the Hui'an Succade Factory from 1987 to 1989, according to the Dali Foods Group 2015 annual report.

Xu started his food company Hui'an Meili Minzheng Food Factory in 1989, and three years later was elected to be the legal representative of Meili Food, which he and family members bought in 2000. Xu expanded the business to cover six categories, including pastries, herbal teas and energy drinks. Dali is the largest producer of breads, cakes and pastries in China, according to its IPO prospectus. The company began trading on the Hong Kong stock exchange in November 2015.

Xu's daughter, Xu Yangyang, is a vice president and executive director at Dali Foods Group. His son, Xu Liangliang, died in a car accident in 2012 at age 27.

  • 1958 Born in Fujian province, China.
  • 1987 Becomes director of Hui'an Candy Factory.
  • 1989 Starts his food company Hui'an Meili Minzheng Food Factory.
  • 1997 Changes company name to Dali Foods Group.
  • 2012 Son dies in a car accident.
  • 2015 Daughter graduates from Xiamen University.
  • 2015 Introduces its Daliyuan baked pastry and food brand.
  • 2015 Dali Foods Group begins trading in Hong Kong.