Thai Hom Mali rice enjoys brisk online sale to Chinese consumers

Thai Hom Mali rice enjoys brisk online sale to Chinese consumers

By Thai PBS

 

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Besides record online sale of Thai durians ordered by Chinese consumers on Alibaba’s online super market at Tmall.com last week, Thai Hom Mali fragrant rice is also enjoying brisk online sale order from China.

 

Chantira Jimreivat Vivatrat, director-general of the International Trade Promotion Department, said on Thursday (April 26) that the amount of Hom Mali rice ordered through Thai Rice Flagship Store on Tmall.com website has now jumped from 5 million tonnes to 6.5 million tonnes and it is still rising.

 

She suggested any Thai rice exporters who want to sell their rice online to Chinese consumers to register as a juristic person and become a member of Thaitrade.com, which will create confidence among Chinese buyers.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/thai-hom-mali-rice-enjoys-brisk-online-sale-chinese-consumers/

 
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