Australia's Ministry of Agriculture continues to show keen interest in China as a key trade partner with it's recent tour to major China cities.
Above: Australia's Minister of Agriculture Victoria, Hon Jaala Pulford (left) shaking hands with CEO of Gfresh Haifeng Tang (right).
On September 21, 2016, seven people from Australia's Ministry of Agriculture Victoria, including the Minister of Agriculture Victoria, Hon Jaala Pulford, as well as Vice-Minister Luke Wilson and chief of staff Megan Berry came to visit Gfresh in Shanghai.
Above: Members of Ministry of Agriculture posing for photos with Gfresh team.
As the first B2B trading platform for fresh food in China, Gfresh has been a key ally for wholesale sellers of live seafood and other products trying to gain traction in the enormous China buyers market.
Victoria of Australia agriculture minister was optimistic about Gfresh’s development in creating demand for Australian agricultural products and intends to cooperate with Gfresh to help promote key industries. Gfresh was honoured for the visit and will continue to collaborate with the Australian government to make bilateral trade with China and Hong Kong a mutually beneficial and growing relationship.
Above: Australia's Minister of Agriculture Victoria, Hon Jaala Pulford (center), CEO of Gfresh Haifeng Tang (right) and VP and Co-founder of Gfresh Anthony Wan (left).