Chicory becoming increasingly popular in China

"Chicory was introduced into China from the Netherlands more than ten years ago. Now, there are a few growers here. Compared with other vegetables, chicory is still a novelty product in the Chinese market, but fortunately, over the past few years its popularity among consumers has been increasing year by year, and it has a very promising future,” Mr. Liu Xiujun, chairman of Hebei Lianxing Jiayao Agricultural Technology Co., Ltd. said.

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"Since the introduction of chicory varieties from the Netherlands in 2014, our planted area has expanded to 600 mu. By growing them in a low-light environment, we have become the only company in China that produces and supplies this vegetable all year round. We grow them in a closed and low-light environment without the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides, which guarantees the quality of our products.”

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“Our sales volume is currently 15,000 kilos per month. Our main sales channel is wholesale for specialty food, which accounts for 70% of our production. Our products are mainly bound for hotels and foreign restaurants in Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Guangzhou, and Shandong. 30% of our products are sold to high-end hotels and other high-end markets.”

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"The Covid-19 pandemic that’s been ongoing since the Spring Festival has not affected the price of our products but has led to a decline in sales. This is mainly due to the closure of restaurants, but I am not worried about this, as the situation is getting better and the market is slowly recovering."

More Information:

Contact: Liu Xiujun (Chairman)
Company: Hebei Lianxing Jiayao Agricultural Technology Co., Ltd.
Tel.: +86 1803 2088 666
Email: 1061516587@qq.com
Customer Service Tel.: 4009922169

 


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