Update: 21:50 | 27/05/2021
(BGO) – In spite of getting impacts by Covid-19 pandemic, the early ripening lychee in Bac Giang province have been smoothly consumed in domestic and exported to China and Japan. So far, more than 5,000 tonnes of lychee have been sold with price of 15 – 35,000 VND (0.65 – 1.52 USD) per kg. Two lychee hubs of Tan Yen and Luc Ngan have strictly controlled over the source of Covid-19 infection toward the target of an effective and safe lychee production and consumption.
The early ripening lychee area in Dong Trang village, My An commune (Luc Ngan district).
Any one coming in and out Hoa Muc village, My An commune (Luc Ngan district) must make health declaration.
The farmers in Luc Ngan harvest the early ripening lychee.
Bac Giang enjoys a bumper harvest this year with estimated output of 45,000 tonnes of early ripening lychee.
The farmers in Phuc Hoa commune (Tan Yen district) transport lychees to a concentrated weighting point in the commune with strict implementation of Covid-19 preventive measures.
A packing point of early ripening lychee for export in Kim street, Phuong Son commune.
The lychee quality is inspected before packing for export at the weighting point of Tran Van Doan, Kim street, Phuong Son commune (Luc Ngan district).
Apart from export, the small traders sell lychee to many provinces and cities across the nation.
Workers at Toan Cau Food Import Export Joint Stock Company (Luc Ngan district) select lychee before steaming, sterilizing, packing to export to Japan.
Representatives visit the both showcasing lychee at the Departure ceremony of Tan Yen early ripening lychee to Japan in the morning of May 26, 2021.
Representatives cut the ribbon to depart Tan Yen early ripening lychee to Japan in the morning of May 26, 2021.
The fleets of lychee trucks to sell at Japanese market.