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Amur honey appears on the shelves in the Republic of Korea

Amiga honey producer Taiga organica plans to conclude an exclusive contract with a Korean supplier at the 17th Import Goods Fair, an international import fair, one of the largest exhibitions in the  Asia-Pacific region, to be held in Seoul from June 27 to 29. The Amur Region Export Support Center, established in the region last July, helped find the company's Korean partners.

Arrangements on possible deliveries were reached after visiting the international exhibition of the food industry in Korea last year. Koreans are interested in high-quality products grown in favorable conditions of Arkhara district.

“In April we sent to Korea the first test batch of honey - taiga, lime, cream honey with blueberries, sea buckthorn and pine nuts, mix in honey. All bought up without a trace. Therefore, now at the exhibition we plan to sign an exclusive contract with suppliers. “Exclusive” means that only this company in Korea will be able to offer our customers honey under the “Taiga organica” brand. For us, this is a very important contract. We first discovered the South Korean market. For now, we plan to supply about 20 tons of honey per year to Korea, ”said Tatyana Kapustina, head of the honey production company.

The company buys honey from beekeepers in the Amru region, mainly Arkhara district. In Blagoveshchensk cream is made from it, nuts in honey, live marmalade, jam from cones - only 35 types of products, which include no artificial additives, antibiotics or preservatives.  Today, the company supplies its products to China. In Russia, "Taiga organica" is represented in the Amur region, Moscow, Yakutia, on Sakhalin, in Komsomolsk-on-Amur.

Another company from the Amur region will offer visitors of the exhibition in Seoul a healthy diet - dry ready-made breakfasts, muesli.

In total this year, Amur entrepreneurs aimed at exporting will take part in almost forty international exhibitions and fairs,  as well as in business missions to Japan. Participation in such events allows entrepreneurs to establish contacts and find foreign partners. A regional export support center helps exporters.

“We pay the registration fee, we help prepare bright presentation materials. At such exhibitions, the cost of the exam can reach several thousand dollars and "small" entrepreneurs can not always pay so much. Although, we see that many have a desire to participate in exhibitions abroad. Our task is to expand the geography of exports and help our “kids”, that is, small and medium businesses, to pave the way to new markets. South Korea, of course, we are interested. This is one of the countries where the quality of exported products is highly appreciated. And we are ready to provide it, ”said Irina Palayeva, head of the Amur Region Export Support Center.

In total, companies from 77 countries of the world will take part in the 17th Import Goods Fair exhibition. The event will host the Global E-Commerce Forum, where they will discuss new trends in e-commerce.



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