Yet another continent is to be added on the list of markets of the Lithuanian food company Viciūnų Grupė. The company will offer Australia dumplings made to a special gourmet recipe.
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Dumplings for Australian consumers, as well as consumers of other countries, will be made with Lithuania-grown vegetables, which stands as one of the new opportunities of agricultural producers of Lithuania. As they lost their vegetable markets in Russia and found themselves in a difficult situation, Viciūnų Grupė decided to pay special attention to every new market where produce of the local farmers could be realized.

Dumplings of Viciūnų Grupė win the hearts of food lovers with different tastes. Every market is offered special products, although many of them enjoy traditional dumplings. Gyoza-type dumplings are exported to European countries, Canada, US and Lebanon. These dumplings are stuffed with vegetables, tofu, fish, seafood, shiitake mushrooms.

Viciūnų Grupė was established in 1991. The company is one of the largest and economically powerful European producers of crab taste sticks, surimi products, and fish. The group trades under the brand name Vici in more than 40 countries around the world.

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