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Bringing Quality Chilean Cherries to ChinaRomy Meyer of Meyer SA discusses the key factors and technological innovations involved in bringing high-quality Chilean cherries to China February 03, 2019
Andrew
Spring Festival Update: Cherries, the Internet and Middle Class Angst in ChinaIn recent days Chinese netizens have been discussing rising costs and financial insecurity in a novel way: they are using the term “cherry freedom,” as in one blog post titled “I’m 26 years old, my salary is RMB 10,000 per month but I still haven’t achieved ‘cherry freedom’.” February 01, 2019
Dan Siekman
Chilean Cherries Create a “Red Momentum” in ChinaAs economic growth slows in China, how are high-priced Chilean cherries still able to maintain their popularity? January 22, 2019
Jing Zang
Argentine Cherries Added to China's List of Permitted Imported FruitThe 16 January update was the first new version of the permitted fresh fruits lists issued by GAC this year, and is included here in full. Last year, ten types of fruit gained approval for import into China, down from 17 new types in 2017. January 21, 2019
Dan Siekman

The updated list of which fresh can be exported to China was published on GAC's website, dated 16 January 2018

Chilean Cherries Enter China in Combined Sea & Air ShipmentsShortly after Chilean fresh fruit was officially allowed to be imported into China by combined sea and air shipments with transshipment in a third country, Dalian Yidu Group succeeded in bringing in three shipments of Chilean cherries via this mode in December. In order to get a first-hand account of the combined deliveries, Produce Report spoke with several people involved. January 10, 2019
Jing Zang
Cherries from Chile Achieves a Guinness World Records™ Title for Longest Line of FruitsHistory was made in Shanghai today as a Guinness World Records™ official adjudicator presented the Chilean Cherry Committee of the Chilean Fruit Exporters Association (ASOEX) with a World Record certificate for constructing the world’s longest line of fruits. January 10, 2019
Produce Report
2018/19 Cherry Sea Shipments: Smaller Volumes but More VesselsOne major difference so far in this year’s Chilean cherry season compared to previous years is the frequency of arrivals of ocean shipments. Last year, there was generally one arrival per week carrying a very large volume of cherries. This year, in addition to the fastest Hamburg Sud “charter” vessels arriving weekly from Valparaiso Chile to Hong Kong, there are also shipments coming on vessels operated by Hapag Lloyd and Evergreen. January 07, 2019
Dan Siekman

David Liang of Shanghai Guohai Trading Co. Ltd. (center)

Hema "Chile Week" Welcomes New Year with Cherries, Avocados and BlueberriesAccording to April of Hema, the Chile Week promotion represents a first step in cooperation with ASOEX, and Hema looks forward to working with ASOEX and its committees, such as the Chilean Cherry Committee, Chilean Avocado Committee and Chilean Blueberry Committee, to share more high quality Chilean fresh fruits with its customers. January 03, 2019
Dan Siekman
Exclusive: Inside the 2018/19 Cherries from Chile Promotional CampaignProduce Report invited Charif Christian Carvajal and Rachel Cao of ASOEX to give an online interactive lecture on December 25 to an audience composed of professionals from many different parts of China’s fresh fruit industry The goal for this lecture to explain how Cherries from Chile will promote its products in China for this season, which runs from November through February. December 29, 2018
Dan Siekman

Charif Christian Carvajal at a recent Chilean cherry wholesaler season promotion event

Cherries from Chile Celebrates Its First-Ever Event at Jiaxing Haiguangxing MarketWinter in China is summertime in Chile, and that means the start of the eagerly anticipated season for Chilean cherries, which have recently been arriving in large volume by air and sea to ports across China—and are this season available to more consumers in more cities than ever. December 27, 2018
Produce Report

From left to right: Juan José Vidal Wood, Charif Christian Carvajal, HU Sunfei, and Kurt Huang

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