The nations of Pakistan and China have agreed to sign two memorandums of understanding (MoUs) to enhance export of onions to China and to introduce revolutionary Chinese Juncao technology in Pakistan. During a meeting between the Chinese ambassador Nong Rong and minister of National Food Security and Research, Syed Fakhar Imam, the ambassador said Juncao technology allows farmers to grow different types of nutritional mushrooms from chopped grasses without cutting down trees and damaging the environment.
According to thenews.com.pk, Minister Imam said the trade between the two countries can achieve new heights if Pakistan enhances export of fruits, vegetables and rice to China. He said Pakistan has huge export potential in terms vegetables and fruits such as mango, citrus fruits, apple cherries etc.
Pakistan’s mangoes promoted on China's e-commerce platform
Deng Zhengping, CEO of Fenxiang, a Chinese social e-commerce platform, has issued a statement, saying: "We are willing to explore the new sales model of China-Pakistan cross-border agricultural products and help build a sales channel for Pakistani agricultural products in China."
Fenxiang will cooperate with relevant parties of Pakistan in imports and exports of agricultural products and sales on e-commerce platform in China.
“Chinese will buy and taste sweet and juicy Pakistani mangoes on the Fenxiang App and our WeChat mini-program soon,” Deng added. En.ce.cnreports on Deng saying that Pakistani mangoes are high-quality and Chinese customers are satisfied with the sweetness of Pakistani mangoes.