Business | Asian migrants grow rich exporting agri-products to China
Ross Koda, president of Koda Farms, operates the California products booth at the 2016 SIAL Shanghai food expo. Koda, who began exporting rice to China this year, runs the oldest family-owned rice farm in California, producing a medium-grain Japanese-style heirloom rice, a whole grain brown rice and a Sho-Chiku_Bai sweet sticky rice. Photo:  Courtesy of California Center
Ross Koda, president of Koda Farms, operates the California products booth at the 2016 SIAL Shanghai food expo. Koda, who began exporting rice to China this year, runs the oldest family-owned rice farm in California, producing a medium-grain Japanese-style heirloom rice, a whole grain brown rice and a Sho-Chiku_Bai sweet sticky rice. Photo: Courtesy of California Center

Asian migrants grow rich exporting agri-products to China

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