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Australian Stone Fruits Start to Enter Chinese MarketProduce Report Lecture 46: Summerfruit Australia CEO discusses Australian apricots, nectarines, peaches, and plums and their new and improved market access to China February 07, 2018
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Taste Australia: Made by Nature. Supported by ScienceProduce Report speaks to Michael Rogers of Hort Innovation to learn about the importance of research and development to the Australian horticulture industry December 06, 2017
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Australian Stonefruit Set for Exciting Export Season to ChinaSummary: The 2017/18 Australian stonefruit export season to China is shaping up to be an exciting one, as plums, peaches, and apricots joined nectarines Australian stonefruit in being granted export access to China, and the “Taste Australia” retailer program launched, facilitating greater co-operation between Australian orchards and Chinese retailers. December 04, 2017
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Sweeter Australian Nectarines Coming to China as Season AdvancesAustralian nectarines have been granted access to the Chinese market since 2016. Divergent voices about this Australian hit product are heard among Chinese traders. In the PMA Fresh Connections held in Shanghai on March 16, Produce Report was fortunate to meet Mr. John Moore, the CEO of Summerfruit Australia Limited, at the scene and inquired about his opinions on several hot topics concerning Australian nectarines and their first-year performance in China. March 26, 2017
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Joy Wing Mau Promotes Australian NectarinesHorticulture Innovation Australia together with the Victoria Government and Joy Wing Mau are conducting a promotion called “Australian nectarines now in season” in 10 chain stores (Sam’s Club and Ole) in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Chengdu. The promotion will last for one month. The featured product is the imported majestic pearl nectarine, which is a variety of the Pearl series . The long shelf life, beautiful appearance with gorgeous red color and crispy flesh makes it rank as the top nectarine in the world. After a few days, the flesh will become soft, juicy and exudes a strong fruity flavor. It was imported in boxes from Australia but repackaged at the point-of-sale terminal and will be sold in small packages at the store (typically 4 or 6 pieces in a pack). March 10, 2017
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Yidu Imports First Victorian Nectarines to ChinaInitial nectarine shipments from Victoria, Australia successfully reach Shanghai December 02, 2016
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First batches of Victorian nectarines imported to China
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Chile Closes In as Top Exporter of Fresh Fruit to ChinaWith Chile’s fruit exports to China growing every year, the country is aiming to become the leading exporter of fresh fruit to China November 26, 2016
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César Suárez: Chile is like a phytosanitary island which is protected from agricultural pests
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South Australian Nectarines: From Tree to China in Three DaysShipments of Australian nectarines to start arriving in China late November, peaking mid-January November 24, 2016
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John Moore presents Australian nectarines at iFresh Fruit and Vegetable Exhibition
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Chile Plans to Export One Million Boxes of Nectarines to ChinaChile forms ambitious plans as China’s market opens to Chilean nectarines, but Australia remains top competitor November 03, 2016
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In order to appeal to the discerning palate of Asian consumers, a special variety of nectarines has been cultivated by Chilean producers

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Chilean Nectarines Obtain Market Access for ChinaThe agreement is expected to go into force within the next month November 01, 2016
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