The CIIE is a national-level exhibition themed on imports and has been held for the fifth time so far in China. According to the deployment of the "China Seed Industry Revitalization Action Plan", this year, a special area for the crop seed industry was set up in the fresh food area, and Dutch horticultural enterprises made their debut at this expo.
The Deputy Consul General of the Consulate General of the Netherlands in Shanghai and the officials of the Commercial Office communicated with Dutch companies
Wouter, agricultural counselor of the Netherlands in China, with Dutch companies
"Uncertainty and travel restrictions brought about by the pandemic have brought many challenges to participants. In the face of various uncertainties, we have worked hard to overcome various difficulties, and interact with foreign companies. We also closely follow and participate in high-end forums focusing on industrial development during the expo together with the embassies and consulates. The world's leading greenhouse builders, vegetable and flower seedling companies in the Netherlands were invited to participate in the expo. We hope to showcase the image of Dutch horticultural companies through this highest-level expo in China and help Dutch companies explore the Chinese market,” said Rachel, general manager of DSBP China.
Feng Zhiyong, director of the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Agriculture and director of the Rural Revitalization Bureau(?)
Anthura, a well-known Dutch flower breeding company at the expo, bringing tabletop mini phalaenopsis and anthurium
Sander, President of Anthura China, introduced the Anthura mini-Phalaenopsis and Anthurium to the visitors. Visitors were very interested in this series, but mini phalaenopsis and anthurium are difficult to buy in the Chinese market now, because growers are not sure about the stability of the market, and tend to plant more stable popular products, such as large-size plants in red.
Multicolor Phalaenopsis and Anthurium Products from Anthura
Jiffy, a world-renowned substrate company, displayed seedling blocks and cocopeat substrates on site. Its products are widely used in strawberries, blueberries, roses, etc.
Rijk Zwaan, a world-renowned vegetable seed company, exhibited a number of high-quality vegetable varieties such as snack tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, melons, and baby celery.
The Baby Celery on display
Rijk Zwaan exhibited Sweet Palermo, which currently includesred, yellow, orange and chocolate, leading to the new trend of healthy food.