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Chinese chestnuts are exported to more than 40 countries and regions

Published Sep 17, 2021

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On the 15th, Rong Weidong, vice chairman of the China Chamber of Commerce for Foodstuffs, Native Produce and Animal Husbandry, stated that in 2020, China's chestnut exports will be nearly 40,000 tons, with a value of over 80 million US dollars, and exported to more than 40 countries and regions. On the same day, 2021 China International Chestnut The conference was held in Zunhua City, Hebei Province. More than 100 experts and scholars, chestnut roasted seeds and nuts enterprises, processing plants and related industry representatives attended the conference. China is the origin of chestnut, and chestnut cultivation has a history of more than 3,000 years. According to According to the World Food and Agriculture Organization database, the world's total output of chestnut in 2019 was 2.4 million tons. Among them, China ranked first in the world, accounting for 76.8% of the world's total, followed by Spain, Bolivia, Turkey, South Korea, Italy and other countries. Rong Weidong said, chestnut It is China’s traditional export of agricultural products and has made outstanding contributions to China’s export earnings. In 2020, China’s chestnut exports nearly 40,000 tons, worth over 80 million U.S. dollars, and exported to more than 40 countries and regions. "This year is another chestnut. However, due to the impact of the post-epidemic period, there was still a small amount of chestnut stocks last year, and some companies were worried that the epidemic would still occur this winter, which affected the enthusiasm of receiving goods to a certain extent.” said Rong Weidong, China Chamber of Commerce for Food, Native Produce and Animal Importers We are actively calling on chestnut buyers to make appropriate profits to ensure the income of chestnut farmers and maintain the healthy and sustainable development of the industry. At the same time, we are promoting the promotion of new chestnut products, new technologies and new processes, expanding consumer demand, and alleviating the contradiction between supply and demand.

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On the 15th, Rong Weidong, vice chairman of the China Chamber of Commerce for Foodstuffs, Native Produce and Animal Husbandry, stated that in 2020, China will export nearly 40,000 tons of chestnuts, worth over 80 million U.S. dollars, to more than 40 countries and regions. On the same day, the 2021 China International Chestnut Conference was held in Zunhua City, Hebei Province. More than 100 experts and scholars, chestnut roasted seeds and nuts enterprises, processing plants and related industry representatives from all over the world attended the meeting. China is the origin of chestnut, and chestnut cultivation has a history of more than 3,000 years. According to the World Food and Agriculture Organization database, the total output of chestnut in the world in 2019 was 2.4 million tons. Among them, China ranked first in the world, accounting for 76.8% of the world, followed by They are Spain, Bolivia, Turkey, South Korea, Italy and other countries. Rong Weidong said that ...
Source: Agri.cn
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