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For the first time, Hoa Binh exported 7.5 tons of pickled peppers to Korea

Published Mar 29, 2024

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On March 28, Hoa Binh province's Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, in collaboration with Tien Ngan Investment and Trading Co., Ltd., Tomas Trade Co.Ltd Korea, and ASIA Ocean Company, successfully exported 7.5 tons of pickled chili to Korea, marking the first shipment tailored to foreign partners' specifications. This venture is part of a larger strategy to boost the province's agricultural export value and diversify its products by investing in advanced processing technologies. To fulfill the annual demand of approximately 4,000 tons of pickled peppers in Korea, Hoa Binh plans to increase its chili cultivation area by 50 hectares.
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On the afternoon of March 28, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Hoa Binh province coordinated with Tien Ngan Investment and Trading Co., Ltd., Tomas Trade Co.Ltd Korea, and ASIA Ocean Company to export 7.5 tons of pickled chili to the Korean market. Quoc. According to the Hoa Binh Plant Protection Department, Korean businesses need about 4,000 tons of pickled peppers/year. It is expected that in 2024, Tien Ngan Investment and Trading Co., Ltd. will export 150 tons of pickled peppers to the Korean market. Therefore, from now until the end of 2024, the agricultural sector of Hoa Binh province will expand about 50 hectares of chili growing area for export pickles, concentrated in the districts of Luong Son, Lac Thuy, Kim Boi and Hoa city. Jar. According to Mr. Nguyen Huy Nhuan, Director of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Hoa Binh province, in recent years, local agricultural product exports have prospered, with high growth in both export ...
Source: Danviet
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