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Namwon Shine Muscat grapes begin export to Canada for the first time

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Published Dec 2, 2023

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Shine Muscat grapes, a popular agricultural product from Namwon, Jeollabuk-do, have been exported to Canada. Namwon City exported a total of 360 boxes of Shine Muscat grapes, which were co-selected by the Jiri Mountain Agricultural Cooperative Agricultural Products Distribution Center. The grapes are known for their excellent taste and sweetness, and they are also designated as a Canadian export quarantine complex, with plans to export them to Hong Kong, Vietnam, Canada, and China in the future.
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[Reporter Koo Jeong-min, Korea Farmers and Fishermen Newspaper] Shine Muscat, a representative agricultural product from Namwon, Jeollabuk-do, has been exported to Canada. On the 28th, Namwon City exported a total of 360 boxes (KRW 21 million) of Shine Muscat grapes, including 240 boxes of 2kg and 120 boxes of 4kg, co-selected by the Jiri Mountain Agricultural Cooperative Agricultural Products Distribution Center to Canada. Grapes produced in Namwon have been recognized for their excellence in taste and sweetness not only domestically but also overseas, and Campbell grapes were exported to New Zealand and the United States for the first time in 2012, while Shine Muscat will be exported to Vietnam and Hong Kong from 2021. Namwon Shine Muscat is grown from the plains near the Seomjingang River to the highlands of Jiri Mountain at 500m above sea level. Highland Shine Muscat has good conditions for export due to high sugar content, strong flesh, large size, and high shipment volume ...
Source: Agrinet
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