A Chinese tea farmer has become an e-commerce sensation after promoting her business through social media platform Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, the Swiss newspaper Neue Zurcher Zeitung has reported.
The growing preference for fresh, healthy food has contributed to the growth in agritech startups. The government has also invested in empowering farmers, who provide the fresh produce startups distribute to consumers.
"The autumn leaves of Wutong in Jinjing are yellow, and the bead curtain does not roll up to frost at night." In September, full of harvest flavor, we ushered in the Chinese Peasant Harvest Festival in 2019.