Ningbo Xingding Electric Appliances Co., Ltd. established in 2001, is a professional factory engaged in the research, development, sale of various steam irons, handheld garment steamers, steam station irons, steam generator irons. We are located in Cixi, Ningbo, China with a very convenient transportation access. Dedicated to strict quality control, a reasonable and competitive prices, timely delivery and thoughtful customer service, our irons are well sold to most of world regions and countries like Europe, Middle East, North America, South African, South America. In addition, we have obtained many internationally accepted quality system certificates like ISO9001:2015; OHSAS18001; ISO14001:2015; ISO45001:2018; BSCI certificates. We established our own lab to handle various tests to fully guarantee a stable quality for all our clients’orders. We welcome your factory field visit to us to discuss more and detailed potential business cooperation between us, we expect to establish a pleasant and mutually beneficial business relationship with your esteemed company, and develop a long-term business cooperation together!!



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    Garlic, a perennial herb of the lily family Alliumceae, irritates the stomach mucosa and is subdivided into sclerophyllous and soft-leaved garlic, the most common type of garlic in China being the sclerophyllous variety. It is usually made up of numerous small, fleshy, clavate bulbs arranged in close proximity and covered with several layers of white to purplish, membranous tunics. The leaves are broadly striped to lanceolate, flattened, the scape solid, terete, the involucre caducous, the umbel densely beaded with buds, interspersed with several flowers, the pedicels slender, the ovate bracteoles large. The flowers are often pale red, the style does not extend beyond the perianth, and flower in July. Originally from western Asia or Europe, garlic was brought to China by Zhang Qian around 139 BC, the second year of Emperor Wu Jian Yuan's reign in the Western Han Dynasty. It has a long history of cultivation in the world and is commonly cultivated in the north and south of China. When damaged, garlic immediately breaks down the pungent allicin, releasing a strong scent of sulphide, as part of its naturally evolved self-defense and protection mechanism. While humans are naturally sensitive to sweetness, the taste experience and preference for garlic are entirely acquired. Garlic produces different flavors depending on how it is prepared and is present in the food cultures of almost every country. In addition to its food value, people were also interested in the defense mechanisms of garlic, which were used to ward off insects and pests, and later further extended to ward off evil. Garlic is also a versatile medicinal herb, with properties such as food stagnation and insecticide.