Fresh food from China's inland transported through Shenzhen into Hong Kong markets

2017-06-19 00:25:19 GMT2017-06-19 08:25:19(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
Inspection and quarantine staff members check the bill of goods at Runfeng vegetable trade center in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong Province, June 16, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Mao Siqian) Inspection and quarantine staff members check the bill of goods at Runfeng vegetable trade center in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong Province, June 16, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Mao Siqian)
Inspection and quarantine staff members check the goods at Wenjindu Port in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, June 16, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Mao Siqian) Inspection and quarantine staff members check the goods at Wenjindu Port in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, June 16, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Mao Siqian)
Driver Yu Jianfeng prepare to transport products to Hong Kong at Runfeng vegetable trade center in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong Province, June 16, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Mao Siqian) Driver Yu Jianfeng prepare to transport products to Hong Kong at Runfeng vegetable trade center in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong Province, June 16, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Mao Siqian)
Shopkeepers pack edible amaranth in Hong Kong, south China, June 17, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai) Shopkeepers pack edible amaranth in Hong Kong, south China, June 17, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)
A shopkeeper prepares the price tag for packed edible amaranth in Hong Kong, south China, June 17, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai) A shopkeeper prepares the price tag for packed edible amaranth in Hong Kong, south China, June 17, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)
A customer selects edible amaranth in a shop in Hong Kong, south China, June 17, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai) A customer selects edible amaranth in a shop in Hong Kong, south China, June 17, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)
Samples of vegetable products for inspection are seen at Runfeng vegetable trade center in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong Province, June 13, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Mao Siqian) Samples of vegetable products for inspection are seen at Runfeng vegetable trade center in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong Province, June 13, 2017. According to statistics by local authorities, over 85 percent of vegetable, fruit and live poultry from China's inland to Hong Kong markets were transported through the Wenjindu Port of Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Mao Siqian)
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