Brazilian juice arrives in Eastern China by refrigerated train

A refrigerated train carrying a total of 390 tons of Brazilian juice in fifteen 40-foot containers arrived at the Ganzhou International Land Port in East China’s Jiangxi Province on Sunday.

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