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2016 China’s Fruit & Vegetable Market Review (I)

A 2-part Report on China’s Fruit and Vegetable Market in 2016

January 12, 2017
Tim
Pakistani Mandarins Foresee Good Export Opportunities in China

Kinnows from Pakistan aim to expand their presence on the China market

January 11, 2017
Olga

Pakistani kinnows possess a unique, consumer-winning flavour
Photo: TRTA Pakistan

Sweeki Brand Kiwifruit Officially Launch in China Market

Origine Group positions itself in the high end of China’s kiwifruit market with an emphasis on quality and Italian pedigree

January 10, 2017
Dan Siekman
Mr. Fresh Broadcasts a Tour of Chilean Cherry Orchards on Tmall

The CEO of Prize- a leading exporter in Chile’s fruit industry personally joined in on a live show to further promote Chilean cherries on Tmall, China’s largest E-commerce platform.

January 10, 2017
Jing Zang
GLOBALG.A.P. Releases Guide to Support Compliance with FSMA

GLOBALG.A.P. has now published a new guide for compliance with the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).
 

January 09, 2017
Mabel
Early Chilean Bumper Crop Raises Challenges

Producers increase shipments to Asia to help offset the effects of unfavourable market prices

January 09, 2017
Damian Kelly
Chilean Cherries Festival Held in Shanghai: Pagoda joins the marketing campaign

90% of Chile’s cherry exports will go to the Chinese market this season, a 10% increase over the last season. All thanks to an unprecedented marketing initiative.

January 05, 2017
Jing Zang
17 Fruits Granted Market Access to China in 2016

Accelerated approval for imported fruits, 17 kinds of foreign fruit were granted access in 2016.

January 04, 2017
poqmars
Horgas Pass-China's Key Gateway for Agricultural Exports to Central Asia

This busy gate is witness to more than half of the exports of fruits and vegetables transported through the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region。

January 04, 2017
Jing Zang
Chinese Import Tariff to be adjusted in 2017

China recently announced an adjustment on its import tariff starting in 2017. Produce Report has recently verified with our source that the import tariff on avocados will still be entitled to the privilege of a 10% tax from 2016 (previously 25%), while the import tariff on blueberries has been cut to 15% from the previous 30%.

January 03, 2017
Phoenix

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