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A company from Blagoveshchensk begins soybean deliveries to South Korea

A company from Blagoveshchensk begins soybean deliveries to South Korea
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In Blagoveshchensk, a contract was signed for the supply of food soybeans between the largest South Korean food corporation and ANK-Holding. The first batch will be four tons of products without GMOs.

According to the Ministry of Economic Development of the Amur Region, the supplier is one of the largest soybean producers in the region. He owns more than 40 thousand hectares of land in four districts of the Amur region, of which 33 thousand hectares is arable land. The annual soybean crop is more than 35 thousand tons.

Previously, ANK-Holding supplied only refined soybean oil to South Korea for the production of baby food. Now the range has expanded. Products also enter the markets of China, North Korea, Vietnam and Japan.

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