Chinese edible fungi supplier eyes bigger role in Americans' recipe

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Du Xingpeng (Front), head of Qihe's operation in North America, checks yellow oyster mushroom spawn logs in a green house at Qihe's mushroom farm in Cumberland County, New Jersey, the United States, on July 30, 2022. Chinese specialty mushroom supplier Shandong Qihe Biological Technology Co., Ltd. will continue to expand its presence in the U.S. market by adding more production capacity and extending business chains, according to an executive in charge of the company's operation in North America. Qihe operates mushroom growing farms in Cumberland County, New Jersey and Seattle of Washington with daily output at 20,000 to 30,000 pounds and around 5,000 pounds, respectively, said Du Xingpeng, head of Qihe's operation in North America. [Photo by Liu Yanan/Xinhua]

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