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Pumpkin seeds: factories forced to temporarily close in Heilongjiang

January 25, 2021 11:29 AM, Der AUDITOR
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BEIJING. The outbrake of the coronavirus in Heilongjang has prompted some pumpkin seed factories to temporarily suspend operations. Shine skin kernels are, meanwhile, trading higher again.

Rise in travelling poses risks

Newly registered Covid-19 cases and relating lockdown restrictions have forced factories to temporarily close in China's north eastern Heilongjiang province. Pumpkin kernel factories in and around Suihua have also been hit by these measures as people are not able to travel to work. Suppliers state that it is unlcear at present when work will resume.

Strict quarantine measures concerning travel are back in place again in China. These measures not only apply to travel between provinces but also on a more local level. As market pl

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