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Our History
Jinxiang dingyu agricultural products co.,ltd founded in 2014, which is a professional export garlic and peeled garlic supplier. The company has processed a total of 30000 tons of products for export in the past year. “DingYu” has forged ahead with determination and has passed the BRC, HACCP and OU international certifications.
Our Factory
Jinxiang dingyu agricultural products co.,ltd has two factories, one is fresh garlic factory, it has 100 workbenchs, It can process 15000tons fresh garlic per year for export. The other is peeled garlic factory with 3 peeling machines, 3 color sorters, 2 packaging line and 2 vacuumizers. It can process more than 15000tons peeled garlic for export per year.
Our Product
Garlic; peeled garlic; garlic sprout; garlic flake; ginger.
Product Application
Edible.
Our Certificate
BRC; HACCP; OU.
Production Equipment
2 Garlic sorting machines; 3 color sorters; 3 peeling machines; 5 refrigeration houses.
Production Market
America, Janpan, Brazil, European Union, Isreal. Export more than 30,000 tons of garlic in 2017.China Loose Packing Garlic
website:http://www.dingyugarlic.com/

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