Wunong Net Co (WNW) falls 4.13% in Light Trading on January 14

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Today, Meiwu Technology Company Ltd Inc’s (NASDAQ: WNW) stock fell $0.09, accounting for a 4.13% decrease. Wunong Net Co opened at $2.20 before trading between $2.28 and $2.01 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Wunong Net Co’s market cap fall to $52,250,000 on 160,954 shares -below their 30-day average of 252,145.

About Meiwu Technology Company Ltd

Wunong Net Technology Co. Ltd operates as an e-commerce company retailing food products. The Company sells green food, organic food, heritage food products, pollution-free products, and more. Food safety, product quality and sustainability are the company's core values. Wunong is committed to providing their customers with safe, high-quality, nutritious, tasty and non-genetically modified food products through their portfolio of trusted and well-known

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