[INNEWS Comprehensive Report] On September 17, Im Rachna, Deputy State Secretary and Spokesperson of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Cambodia, revealed that Cambodia has successfully obtained an export license from China Customs and exported the coveted 45 kilograms of live mantis shrimp to the Chinese market for the first time.
According to reports, this batch of precious mantis shrimps arrived in China safely on the 16th of this month, bringing a new ocean flavor to Chinese diners. Im Rachna said that this is the first time that Cambodian aquatic products have entered the Chinese market, marking a new step in cooperation between the two countries in the field of food trade.
It is worth mentioning that on the 14th of this month, Cambodia also exported a total of 10 tons of frozen eels and frozen freshwater shrimps to the Chinese market. These delicacies have successfully completed the export procedures to China in a short period of time, becoming the first batch of Cambodian aquatic products successfully exported to China.
In May of this year, more than 10 kinds of natural aquatic products from Cambodia, including freshwater shrimp, pangasius, eel, and mantis shrimp, have successfully obtained market qualifications for export to China. These delicious aquatic products have completed all necessary procedures for export to China and can meet the needs of Chinese consumers at any time. This series of trade results demonstrates the in-depth cooperation between China and Cambodia in the fields of agriculture and food, and enhances the well-being of the people of the two countries.