You are here

Back to top

Latest News

1387 Articles
Guangxi Customs Destroys More Smuggled Durians, 5 Suspects Arrested

Customs officials in Guangxi province recently confiscated and destroyed over 49 tons of smuggled durians, the largest batch this year.

September 07, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Chilean Cherry Exports Expected to Hit Record High Next Season

According to a recent USDA report, Chile’s cherry exports are forecast to see 13% year-on-year growth in marketing year 2020/21, reaching 259,000 tons.

September 06, 2020
Jing Zang
China’s Fruit Import/Export Statistics for First Half of 2020 Released

In the first half of 2020, China imported 3.64 million tons of fruit valued at $6.33 billion and exported 1.35 million tons valued at $1.98 billion, year-on-year changes of −8%, +14%, +24% and +25%, respectively.

September 03, 2020
Jing Zang
Hainanese Durian Trees Bear Fruit for Second Consecutive Year

Test-grown durian trees in Hainan have borne fruit for the second year in a row, representing encouraging news for local growers.

September 02, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Thailand Tightens Pesticide Residue Rules for Fresh Produce Imports

On July 16, 2020, the Thai Food and Drug Administration issued revised pesticide residue monitoring measures for fresh produce items, which came into force on Aug. 1, 2020.

September 01, 2020
Jing Zang
Shine Muscat Grapes Become Ubiquitous in China

Following rapid expansion, the Shine Muscat grape variety is predicted to account for 10% of China’s grape-growing area in 2020.

August 31, 2020
Emily F
China Customs Destroys 19 Tons of Smuggled Durians

Customs authorities in China’s Guangxi province recently destroyed 18.88 tons of smuggled durians of unknown origin with an estimated value of $43,500.

August 30, 2020
Jing Zang
Taiwan Becomes Sixth Largest Export Market for US Cherries

Between April 2019 and March 2020, cherry imports into Taiwan totaled 11,199 metric tons, with 7,984 tons (71%) originating from the U.S.

August 27, 2020
Jing Zang
Dominican Avocados Approved for Export to China

Avocados from the Dominican Republic are now permitted to enter China, with sea shipping expected to take only 15 days via the Panama Canal.

August 26, 2020
Jing Zang
Chilean Citrus Committee Presents a Buyers’ Guide to Chilean Citrus

Produce Report WeChat Lecture: ASOEX’s Charif Christian Carvajal discusses the global citrus sector and the new opportunities for Chilean citrus on the Chinese market.

August 25, 2020
Andrew

Pages

Upcoming Events

May 18, 2021 to May 20, 2021
November 04, 2021 to November 06, 2021

Produce Marketplace

  1. Tien Thinh Agricultu · Vietnam
  2. Tien Thinh Agricultu · Vietnam
  3. Tien Thinh Agricultu · Vietnam
  1. Chun lin orchard-Sel · Taiwan nan
  2. Taste Charming Food · Hong Kong
  3. Taste Charming Food · Hong Kong

Stay Updated