According to the plan, more than one tonne of seedless lychees cultivated by Ho Guom – Song Am High-tech Agriculture Co., Ltd in Thanh Hoa were exported to these demanding markets on June 13.
The provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development revealed that these seedless lychees have fully met VietGAP and GlobalGAP farming requirements to ensure they are up to the stringent regulations set by importers.
A representative of Ho Guom – Song Am High-tech Agriculture Co., Ltd stated that this marks the first year that the company has harvested the juicy fruit with an estimated output of roughly 20 tonnes. Currently, a wholesale price for a kilo of seedless lychee stands at roughly VND170,000.
At present, the company’s seedless lychees have made their presence in major domestic markets such as Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
The shipment of the initial batch of seedless lychees to the Japanese and UK markets is expected to pave the way for the export of other local agricultural products in the near future.