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High quality packaging reduces waste of fruit and vegetables

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Core Tip: Because the amount of water in fruit and vegetables is rather high, when purchasing, storing and shipping, they are very easily damaged.
"Because the amount of water in fruit and vegetables is rather high, when purchasing, storing and shipping, they are very easily damaged. Moreover, fruit and vegetables rot easily, which makes them lose value. A high quality packaging can effectively reduce these risks," according to Vivian from China Shandong Laizhou Guoliang Packing.

"As an expert in the field of fruit and vegetable packing, we mainly produce PP fruit trays, transparent boxes, fresh produce trays, grape bags and supplementary packaging, that can be applied to a wide range of fruit and vegetables, such as apples, pears, peaches, kiwis, avocadoes and tomatoes. 90% of all packing products are registered under the company brand "Guoliang", and are shipped through the port of Qingdao to distributors, packing companies and supermarkets in countries in Europe and North America. 10% is sold in first and second tier cities in China."

"Currently, there are not many similar companies in China. For the past few years, we have relied on a high product quality and a low price to gain a stable customer base. Annually, our sales volume has been growing constantly. To satisfy our customers' demand, we offer them customized products. In the future, our company hopes to have the opportunity to expand to the South American market, which will spread our products even further on the international market."

 
 
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