(BGO) – According to the provincial
Center of Industrial Encouragement and Trade Promotion (Department of Industry
and Trade), as of June 30, more than 60,000 tonnes of local lychee were
exported to Chinese market.
The quantity of lychee exported to China quickly increased in the last two weeks, accounting for 40 percent of the total consumed lychee in the province in which over 35,000 tonnes of Bac Giang lychee were exported via Lang Son border gate and over 25,000 tonnes via Lao Cai border gate.
The competent officers at Tan Thanh Border gate (Lang Son province) inspect lychee to export.
The result was gained thanks to the great effort of the provincial authority at all levels in promoting the lychee consumption at traditional market of China such as the active support of the province to welcome the Chinese traders to buy the lychee in the areas, close coordination with Lang Son and Lao Cai provinces to arrange the competent staff to plan specific traffic route to lychee carriages and conduct the customs procedure at soonest time to ease the lychee export.
Apart from the traditional market of China, Bac Giang have exported 75 tonnes of lychees to Japan, 100 tonnes to Singapore, 36 tonnes to Australia, 81 tonnes to the US and 521 tonnes to the EU.
Experiencing ripen lychee season in Luc Ngan
(BGO) – The farmers in Luc
Ngan district, Bac Giang province have recently focused on harvesting lychee. The
ripen lychee hills in red draw magnificent landscape picture and create
unforgettable experiences for tourists.
Vibrant lychee season in Bac Giang
(BGO) – Bac Giang now has about 28,000 ha of lychee cultivation, mostly in
5 districts of Luc Ngan, Luc Nam, Lang Giang, Tan Yen and Yen The, 15,000 ha of
which are VietGAP lychee (accounting for 53 percent of the total area in the province).
Luc Ngan lychee is sold at high price in Japan
(BGO) – According to the Center of
Industrial Encouragement and Trade Promotion (Department of Industry and Trade
in Bac Giang province), the enterprises exporting Vietnamese fresh lychee to
Japan has informed that Luc Ngan lychee was sold out after few hours at the
supermarket chains in Tokyo capital and Osaka pefecture on the first selling
day (June 21).
Lychee farmers enjoy the fruits of their labour
Farmers in Luc Ngan district in the northern province of Bac Giang are at their busiest during lychee season. Join us to find out more about their juicy trade. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, Luc Ngan has still received numerous orders to ship lychee abroad. Luc Ngan district is expected to harvest 85,000 tonnes of lychee this year. Alongside the domestic market, China, the US, Japan and Singapore are export destinations.