(BGO) – As of June 20, Luc Ngan district (Bac Giang province)
harvested and consumed more than 77,000 tonnes of lychees.
Of which, 42,000 tonnes were exported to Chinese market, 5 tonnes to the USA, 6 tonnes to Australia and 1.5 tonnes to Laos.
The enterprises are now completing the document to continue exporting the lychee to Singapore and Republic of Korea in the upcoming time.
The export lychee must be of first class quality consumed at 45 – 90,000 VND per kilogram depending on each type (with or without stem) by several businesses, including Hung Thao Trading Company Limited, Chanh Thu Fruit Import Export Company Limited (Ho Chi Minh city), Phong Son Tiem Company Limited (Hanoi) among others.
Bac Giang sells nearly 56,000 tonnes of lychees
(BGO) – Due to the recent hot days, most of the farmers in the
northern province of Bac Giang have to wake up early to harvest the lychees
then pack and transport them to the purchasing points.
Lychee enjoys smooth export via Lang Son border gates
(BGO) – The output of fresh lychee
exported via the border gates in Lang Son province has recently accounted for
two thirds of the total export volume nationwide. At the peak harvest season of
the fruit, the People’s Committee in Lang Son province instructed the sectors to synchronously
implement various solutions to ease the lychee export.
Lychee enjoys stable selling price
(BGO) – As of June 10, Bac Giang province sold over 51,400
tonnes of lychee, up more than 4,550 tonnes comparing to the figure on June 9.