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Laiwu Wanxin Economic and Trade Co., Ltd:: We are GlobalGAP top factory and exporter of fresh garlic and ginger in Laiwu, China. Approved supplier of Carrefour supermarkets. We have coldstores with capacity of 10,000 tons, and workshop of 2,800 square meters. We also have modern machine for washing ginger and selecting apple. Our annually export fresh ginger 8,000 tons, garlic 15,000 tons, peeled garlic, onion, carrot and other products 4,000 tons.Our buyers are from all over the world,

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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Center for Environmental Economic Development (CEED):: A Catalyst for Creating Environmentally Sustainable Communities. The Center for Environmental Economic Development (CEED) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit California Corporation formed in 1993. CEED works as a catalyst for environmentally sustainable community development locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.

Microlivestock: Little-Known Small Animals with a Promising Economic Future:: Describes little-known small animals and microbreeds of common livestock animals that may be economically useful. Targeted at developing countries.

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