28 tonnes of fresh bamboo shoots exported to Netherlands

  •  Tuesday, December 7, 2021

The Kim Boi joint Stock Company in the northern province of Hoa Binh has exported 28 tonnes of processed fresh bamboo shoots to the Netherlands - a new and promising market in Europe.

Products of the company such as bud shoot, pre-sliced bamboo shoot, sour bamboo shoot, and dried bamboo shoot have been sold in many countries, including the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Germany, and Japan, and almost supermarkets and e-commerce floors across Vietnam.

These are positive signals for Hoa Binh province’s agricultural sector, contributing to affirming Vietnamese food brands in international markets.

 So far this year, Kim Boi JSC has exported 280 tonnes of fresh bamboo shoots and dried vermicelli to many foreign markets, earning 4.38 million USD in revenue and creating jobs for over 100 local workers.

VNA

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