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Vietnamese lychee to conquer Japanese taste

Vietnamese lychee to conquer Japanese taste

09:29 | 28/07/2020

The Nikkei Asian Review assessed that a scent of opportunity for Vietnamese lychee farmers this year is to promote their tropical delicacy to Japan market. 

Bac Giang market painted red with large dots of ripe lychee

Bac Giang market painted red with large dots of ripe lychee

17:12 | 21/06/2020

Visiting Luc Ngan district, the northern province of Bac Giang in lychee season, ones will get overwhelmed by the lychees markets that stretch for tens of kilometers of lychees baskets, packed with sellers and buyers. 

Nearly 6,500 tons of fresh lychee exported to China

Nearly 6,500 tons of fresh lychee exported to China

15:53 | 29/05/2020

Since the beginning of the season, nearly 6,500 tonnes of fresh lychees, worth more than US$3.6 million in total, have been exported to China through Kim Thanh Border Gate in Lao Cai Province, up 37% in volume and 39% in value compared to the same period last year.    

Vietnamese fresh lychees allowed to be imported into Japan

Vietnamese fresh lychees allowed to be imported into Japan

17:51 | 18/12/2019

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development said that Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) has just sent a letter to announce that Japan officially opens doors for direct export of fresh lychees from Vietnam, effective from December 15.

Over 11,000 tonnes of lychees shipped to China via Lao Cai border gate

Over 11,000 tonnes of lychees shipped to China via Lao Cai border gate

11:16 | 11/06/2019

Over, worth nearly US$6 million in total, have been shipped to China via the Lao Cai border gate, said the Lao Cai international border gate customs sub-department last week. The fruit was sourced from orchards in the northern provinces of Bac Giang and Hai Duong.

Bac Giang earns VND 5.4 trillion from lychees

Bac Giang earns VND 5.4 trillion from lychees

08:57 | 02/07/2018

The remaining 1,000 tonnes, worth USD 1.8 million, were exported to several EU countries, Russia, Singapore, Thailand, Australia, the US, Canada, Japan and the Republic of Korea.