China powdered garlic has a good reputation in the international market and an absolute competitive advantage.
Compared with other countries, China garlic powder has obvious environmental advantages. Garlic is a cool and cold crop and is suitable for planting in sandy loam. There are not too many areas suitable for garlic cultivation in the world. China's temperate climate and alluvial soil along the Yellow River are very suitable for garlic growth. Shandong, Jiangsu, Henan and Anhui provinces, represented by Shandong Jinxiang, Jiangsu Pizhou, Henan Qixian and Anhui Bozhou, are the largest garlic production areas in China, with high output and good quality. American garlic is mostly produced in Gillo, California's “garlic village", where it accounts for 80 % of the country's total production. However, this beautiful garlic village is located in the high-tech Silicon Valley, where planting garlic is expensive and the weather has been bad in recent years, resulting in an increase in the cost of garlic production in the United States. Japan's natural environment is relatively bad, with plains accounting for only 24 % of the country's area. At the same time, Japan is located in the volcanic earthquake zone on the west side of the Pacific Ocean, with frequent earthquakes, with an average of about four times a day across the country. The west and south are also frequently hit by typhoons, often causing disasters.
From the above, it can be seen that in the output comparison of raw material garlic, China is far ahead, so the advantage of China garlic powder is also obvious.