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Another Successful PMA Fresh Connections: China Held in Shanghai

Shanghai’s fifth PMA conference brought together produce industry leaders, officials, and experts to secure new business opportunities

March 20, 2017
Citrus Australia 2016 Export Summary

Record year for Australian citrus exports; China becomes #1 importer for first time

March 15, 2017
Jaffa Orri Eyes China’s Fresh Produce Market

New way to decrease food waste with easy peeler mandarin

March 15, 2017
China's Exports of Fruit and Vegetable to Indonesia Fell But Expected to Rise

China is the largest fruit and vegetable supplier to Indonesia. In 2016, China exported 753,500 tons of fruits and vegetables to Indonesia, with a value of 763 million US dollars, both figures fell 9.38% and 0.52% respectively. Products from China accounted for about 60% of Indonesia's total imports of fruits and vegetables.

March 14, 2017
AQSIQ: China Allowable Imported Fruits (Updated 24 February 2017)

The authoritative list of what fruits from what regions can be imported into China is maintained by the General Administration of Quality Inspection, Supervision and Quarantine (AQSIQ). The agency periodically posts updates to the list on its website.

March 14, 2017
Dan Siekman
BayWa’s Strategy in the International Fruit Trade

From its beginnings in Munich in 1923, BayWa is now a key player in the international fruit business

March 12, 2017
Joy Wing Mau Promotes Australian Nectarines

Horticulture 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
Chilean Prunes in Season at Jiangnan Wholesale Market

Trading volumes at Jiangnan Wholesale Market showed positive signs of growth for the period of February 27th- March 5th. With Chinese consumers' enhancing acknowledgment of prunes, Chilean prunes sell well.

March 10, 2017
Jing Zang
Voice Pick Code: Simple Solution to a Produce Distribution Problem

Produce Report spoke with Dr. Elliott Grant about produce traceability and his contributions to the field through the invention of the Voice Pick Code.

March 07, 2017
Andrew D
Spanish Orange Producers Aim to Build on Positive Reputation

Despite the demanding protocol Spanish exporters see China as a market worth investing in, but to meet quality requirements growth will have to be gradual

March 06, 2017
Damian Kelly

From left to right: Fermin Sanchez, Alice Lee, Markus Liljergren