On February 28, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Hoa Binh province coordinated with Minh Trung Vietnam Group joint Stock Company, Hoa Binh branch in Luong Son industrial park, Luong Son district organized a ceremony to export Bat Bao lotus porridge to the Japanese.

Bat Bao lotus porridge before exporting.

This batch of lotus porridge products is the Company's first export batch in 2024 with a quantity of about 40 tons. Total compatible value is around 85,000 USD. Lotus porridge boxes are packaged according to export standards, on each product there is a spare style that carries out all the content about the product. Delivery and receipt of goods are carried out on time as requested by KOME - company of Japan.

In 2024, Minh Trung Company sets a goal of exporting 15,000 tons of goods to foreign markets, contributing to agriculture in completing the goals and targets of the province's agricultural exports in 2024 and the following years.

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