Rhodes Grass hay
Animal Forage Saremco-Blogs

All Information About Rhodes Grass

How to grow Rhodes grass in Pakistan? Rhodes grass hay is also known as the Chloris gayana, is one of the best grass to feed farm animals. It is multiple species of grass-like, some other grasses like perennial grasses. This grass is mostly found in Africa, but now many other countries also cultivate and export...
Onion Export From Pakistan

Find Fresh Onion Exporters Online

Export of Onion in the world is increasing day by day. It is among those vegetables used in every region and every cuisine of the world. Fresh red onion exporters trying their best to increase their sale in the global market.  International Shipments have made that very easy. Now People get onion export from Countries...
Mandarin Orange
Onions Oranges TIPS & GUIDES

Orange export from Pakistan By SAREMCO International

Pakistan is one of those countries which are known in the trade market because of its quality Pakistani Kinnow Recently, Fruit production in Pakistan is rising day by day. Keeping this thing in glance every day new exporters are emerging to increase other fruit production in Pakistan. Orange export from Pakistan is looking good these...
Potato Exporters
Potatoes Saremco-Blogs TIPS & GUIDES

Potato Export by Different Countries And Their Figures

Potato is a Native American root vegetable. It is full of starch and nutrients. Potato is a family member of the nightshade family. It is one of the oldest grown vegetables in the world. It is grown almost in every country in the world. Pakistan does the world’s most premium quality potato exports.  Pakistan is...
Turmeric Export

Most asked Question About Turmeric And its Export.

What does Turmeric smell like? Turmeric is one of the most commonly used spices after red and black pepper. It can easily be found in any house Kitchen, especially in Asia. It is the main ingredient in Curry recipe and provides a beautiful golden look to our dishes. Turmeric cultivation in Pakistan is now seeing...
FAQ Kinnow Sangtra
Onions Oranges TIPS & GUIDES

Kinnow Mandarin Production and it’s Export

Kinnow Mandarin is a type of citrus fruit that is grown in Pakistan. It is one of those types of oranges that has the best taste. It is full of unique flavours and has many healthy characteristics like Vitamin C. various Kinnow fruit benefits help our body daily. Kinnow juice without Pulp is so delicious....
Potato suppliers in Pakistan
Potatoes Saremco-Blogs TIPS & GUIDES

How can potato production be increased for Potato exporters?

Potato is one of the most exported vegetables in the world after onion. Potato exporters around the world are trying to find new ways to increase their trade in the international market. Exporters in Pakistan are also walking on the same path. There are multiple varieties of Potato in Pakistan that are grown nation wise....
Mandarin FAQ

Best Pakistani Kinnow Exporters are not that Easy to Search

Kinnow season is on the verge of happening, and if you are looking to get the supreme quality Sargodha orange mandarine from Pakistan, you should also know about Pakistani Kinnow exporters. Saremco is among the leading Pakistani Kinnow exporters. We have experience of one and a half-decade in the Kinnow orange trade. Every year over...
Onion export from Pakistan

A Big Market Gap for onion suppliers in Pakistan After a ban by India.

Onion is one of the most exported vegetables from Asia. Total 60% of Asia onion supply is exported to the international market by India. But due to the recent ban on onion trade by India, a big market gap has presented an opportunity for onion suppliers in Pakistan.   Pakistan is among one of those...
Mandarin FAQ

Kinnow Exporters in Sargodha | Challenges | Low Yield

Sargodha district contributes an enormous amount of Kinnow orange in Pakistan. It holds over 80% of Pakistan’s total Kinnow orange production. Unfortunately, for the last few years, Pakistan is facing a low yield of Orange crop. This is one of the biggest reasons that Kinnow exporters in Sargodha. If we talk about the taste, Mandarin...