Laiwu Wanxin Economic and Trade Co., Ltd



Laiwu Wanxin Economic and Trade Co., Ltd Related

Laiwu Wanxin Economic and Trade Co., Ltd:: Laiwu Wanxin Economic and Trade Co., Ltd. is located in Laiwu city, Shandong province, China where plants many kinds of agricultural products such as; garlic, ginger, potato, apple, onion, taro etc.. We can do these products all year around. Our buyers are from all over the world, such as Brazil,Canada,Russia,mid east and south east. Our brief is to "keep contract and gaining best reputation." We will offer you favorable prices and convenient ser

Laiwu Taifeng Foods Co.,Ltd:: We can supply garlic, ginger, potato, onion, chilli, kidney bean, fresh fruit and vegetables with best price from China.

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