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        E-commerce helps promote agricultural products in central China’s Henan

        E-commerce helps promote agricultural products in central China’s Henan
        Release time:2022-08-25 14:06:36 Source:People's Daily Online

        E-commerce helps promote agricultural products in central China’s Henan

        Villagers sort out chili peppers in Wujia village, Shibali township, Weishi county, Kaifeng city, central China’s Henan Province. (Photo/Li Xinyi)

        E-commerce has offered a tool for local farmers in the Shibali township of Weishi county, Kaifeng city, central China’s Henan Province to boost sales of locally produced agricultural products, such as chili peppers and white radishes.

        E-commerce helps promote agricultural products in central China’s Henan

        Guo Yanping (left), head of Shibali township and a local villager introduce chili peppers during a livestreaming show. (People’s Daily Online/Li Xinyi)

        E-commerce helps promote agricultural products in central China’s Henan

        Villagers sort out chili peppers in Wujia village, Shibali township, Weishi county, Kaifeng city, central China’s Henan Province. (Photo/Li Xinyi)

        E-commerce helps promote agricultural products in central China’s Henan

        Villagers sort out chili peppers in Wujia village, Shibali township, Weishi county, Kaifeng city, central China’s Henan Province. (Photo/Li Xinyi)

        E-commerce helps promote agricultural products in central China’s Henan

        Villagers sort out chili peppers in Wujia village, Shibali township, Weishi county, Kaifeng city, central China’s Henan Province. (Photo/Li Xinyi)

        The e-commerce service sites in the township have helped local farmers sell over 6,000 tonnes of agricultural products. Meanwhile, over 200 local villagers in Shibali township and those from nearby villages have found jobs associated with the local roll out of e-commerce, introduced Guo Yanping, head of Shibali township.

        E-commerce helps promote agricultural products in central China’s Henan

        Villagers sort out chili peppers in Wujia village, Shibali township, Weishi county, Kaifeng city, central China’s Henan Province. (Photo/Li Xinyi)

        The township has organized more than 30 training sessions on e-commerce for local farmers. It has also built two solar greenhouses, 34 high-quality greenhouses, and 175 standard greenhouses in eight villages in an effort to develop early-season melons, fruits and vegetables.

        E-commerce helps promote agricultural products in central China’s Henan

        Villagers pick chili peppers in Wujia village, Shibali township, Weishi county, Kaifeng city, central China’s Henan Province. (People’s Daily Online/Li Xinyi)

        E-commerce helps promote agricultural products in central China’s Henan

        Villagers sort out chili peppers in Wujia village, Shibali township, Weishi county, Kaifeng city, central China’s Henan Province. (Photo/Li Xinyi)

        Thanks to these efforts, local villagers who were lifted out of poverty have found jobs in their hometown and 595 local households have managed to increase their incomes through the thriving agricultural industry.

        “I receive about 8,000 to 9,000 orders each day, and during these days, I have been able to sell about 15,000 kilograms of chili peppers on a daily basis,” said the head of a local e-commerce service site. Villagers who work for the e-commerce service site can earn between 100 yuan ($14.73) and 200 yuan each day.

        “My family used to be impoverished in the past. In August 2018, I was lifted out of poverty and became an e-commerce practitioner. In August 2019, I attended training courses on e-commerce, and now I’m an experienced e-commerce salesperson who has sold hundreds of tonnes of agricultural products in just several months,” said Jia Miao, head of a local e-commerce service site in Shibali township.

        (Responsible editor:news10)
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