Farmmi, Inc. (NASDAQ: FAMI), shares rose 16.41 to $1.49 in the AH session after a producer of agricultural goods in China, reported continuing success with its most recent revenue win. Zhejiang Forest Food Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Farmmi, has obtained another multi-product order, this one from a Japanese client. Sliced black fungus and Tea Tree mushrooms are the new order.
Agrocybe Cylindracea (Tea Tree mushrooms), also famous as willow mushrooms or velvet pioppini, have a long skinny stem and a flat, fluffy cap. Provided their strong, tangy flavor and powerful woody taste, the mushrooms are also used for cooking, as well as in soups, hot pots, and stir-fry. Auricularia Polytricha (Sliced black fungus) is an edible wild mushroom, also known as tree ear or cloud ear fungus. Black fungus is a common ingredient in a wide variety of culinary dishes, including soups, and is often used in traditional Chinese medicine.
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