Fresh lychee on national carrier’s in-flight menu | Company

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Hanoi (VNA) – Costs litchiwhich is currently in season in northern Vietnam, returned to in-flight meals on Vietnamese airlines after an interruption due to COVID-19[feminine] pandemic.

The fruit, grown in Bac Giang province, is served to business class passengers on the national flag bearerdomestic and international routes from Hanoi from July 1 to 15.

The move aims to introduce the specialty to domestic and foreign passengers and expand cooperation with enterprises and localities to promote Vietnamese agricultural products to the world.

Since June 24, Vietnam Airlines has been coordinating with Bac Giang province to promote lychee on the VNAMall e-commerce platform.

Phan The Tuan, vice chairman of Bac Giang People’s Committee, pointed out that the province is home to the country’s largest lychee growing area with more than 28,000 hectares. Bac Giang lychee was the first Vietnamese product to benefit from PGIC in Japan and is eligible for trademark protection in eight countries.

“Bac Giang owns 15,400 hectares of VietGAP lychee plantations, which is equivalent to an annual output of 125,000 tons, and 102 hectares of GlobalGAP plantations, which is equivalent to more than 1,000 tons,” he said.

The vice president also noted that Bac Giang lychee is now available in more than 30 countries.

He said the province will continue to boost lychee exports to high-end markets and try to enter new markets, including Canada and Thailand./.

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