China News Network Manzhouli, April 3 (Reporter Li Aiping), Manzhouli, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China's most mainland road port city, imported 17,000 tons of Russian flax seeds in the first quarter of this year, an increase of more than 300%. Manzhouli Customs released this news on April 3.

According to the customs statistics, in the first quarter of this year, a total of 17,000 tons of imported Russian flaxseeds were inspected and released, with a value of USD 7.05 million, an increase of 325% and 317% compared to the same period last year. After passing the inspection and quarantine, flaxseed will be processed into linseed oil as an oil crop and supplied to the domestic consumer market.

Flaxseeds are commonly known as flax. All imported flaxseeds are used in the production of flaxseed oil. Compared with other edible vegetable oils, flaxseed oil has the highest unsaturated fatty acids and is rich in more a-linolenic acid and trace elements. Beneficial nutrients are called 'vegetable fish oil'.

According to foreign news from Manzhouli Foreign Economic and Trade Co., Ltd., Russian flaxseed is a green, non-GMO food, produced in the local alpine region, which is very beneficial to the health of the common people, and the imported price is lower than the domestic flaxseed price in China. Cheap 'advantage.

According to reports, during the epidemic prevention and control period, Manzhouli Customs formulated 16 measures to promote foreign trade and steady growth in response to the Russian policy restrictions on the passage of border ports, smoothing the trade channels between China and Russia, and helping enterprises in the customs area resume production.

According to statistics, in the first quarter of this year, Manzhouliguan District inspected and quarantined 36,700 tons of imported food with a value of 38.73 million US dollars. (Finish)