On the afternoon of April 12, 2018, Mr. Gao Deshan, Consul General of Argentina in Guangzhou, and Mr. Ma Yiyi, Senior Investment Promotion Manager of Argentina Investment Promotion Bureau, visited the Jointek Bonded Logistics Center. Both parties provided a reference for the Argentinean products to the Argentinean products.
Coverage of warehousing, logistics, online and offline sales of the program in detail.
Mr. Gao Deshan, Consul General of Argentina in Guangzhou (second from right), Mr. Ma Yiyi, Senior Investment Promotion Manager, Argentina Investment & Trade Promotion Agency (first from right)
During the meeting, Jointek briefed the Consul General and Mr. Ma on the multi-functional and multi-functional services of the Chunde World Foods and Gourmet China Development Platform, combining products, culture, tourism, training, and financial sectors to build Argentine food and beverage cuisine into the Chinese market. Bridge.
The Consul General said he was optimistic about the future development of Nansha and the great potential of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau in the Dawan District. He also expressed his approval of the Chunde platform and invited Junde team to Argentina for project promotion to collaborate with the country's fine wine and food suppliers.
During the meeting, the Consul General mentioned Argentina as a high quality food supply country. The most exported foods are wine, beef, red shrimp, and chicken. He also hopes to further expand the export volume of these products to China through the Jungde platform and make more. Chinese consumers can enjoy food and wine from Argentina.
Argentina is a large animal husbandry country and the number of cattle and sheep is the largest in the world. The skins they produce are very popular among tourists.
Argentina's beef is stocked naturally and its meat is tender, far better than the beef raised from industrial feed in the pen. Argentina is the country with the largest proportion of beef consumed in the world. Even the most top Brazilian barbecue uses Argentina beef.
The waters of southern Argentina are pure and pollution-free, and the water temperature is low. Red shrimp naturally grows in this environment, is rich in nutrition, and has a soft and smooth taste. It is very popular.