Chinese food exports set to meet Russian demand

Chinese food exports: Beijing is ready to meet Moscow’s demand for fruits, vegetables and pickled products, according to a statement attributed to the Director of Shandong Province’s Department of Commerce Zhang Qingwei. Chinese entrepreneurs were interested in purchasing Russian grain, rapeseed and honey, he said, while the province’s agricultural sector was ready to supply Russia with carrots, ginger, garlic, pepper, peas, pumpkins, tomatoes, cucumbers and broccoli, as well as peaches, pears, grapefruits and watermelons. ITAR-TASS