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Meet Better DoleMeet Better Dole May 13, 2019
Produce Report

Dole booth in the first CIIE

Chinese citrus expected to gain access to the U.S. marketAfter years of evaluation and negotiation, Chinese citrus is one step closer to gaining access to the American market. The agency’s Animal Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) have determined that pomelos, nanfeng honey mandarins, ponkans, sweet oranges, and satsuma mandarins from China can be safely imported into the U.S under a systematic approach to protect against the introduction of plant pests. From May 1 to July 1, 2019,。 May 12, 2019
poqmars
Myanmar Seeks Permission to Export More Fruits to ChinaAs part of its five-year National Export Strategy, the Myanmar government aims to obtain approval from Chinese customs for the export of eight additional types of fruits and spices to China May 07, 2019
Andrew
IGP-certified Tono Oranges from Spain on their way to China“IGP” certification (Indicación Geográfica Protegida, or Protected Geographical Indicator (PGI) in English) is believed to further distinguish Tono from other oranges in China as a natural treasure from Valencia, Spain. April 13, 2019
Jing Zang
Israel Optimistic About Market for Grapefruit in ChinaTo explore Israel’s citrus industry, Produce Report interviewed Galilee Export, the second largest exporter of fresh produce in Israel. March 31, 2019
Jing Zang
First Ever Shipment of Italian Blood Oranges Reaches ChinaOn March 19, two reefer containers loaded with 46 tons of blood oranges from Italy arrived in Shanghai. Hema Fresh, the “new retail” supermarket from Alibaba Group, is selling these oranges both online and offline for a price of USD 4.45 for a pack of four. March 25, 2019
Jing Zang
Orri Jaffa Mandarins Heading to North AmericaOrri Jaffa Mandarins Heading to North America January 08, 2019
Produce Report
Horti China 2018: Central China, a Rising Market for Imported Fruit“All the foreign exporters know Guangzhou and Shanghai,” says Fan. “But those markets are becoming very mature now. Every time a big arrival of imported fruit gets opened at a wholesale market in one of those places, we can see the price going down. Such a big quantity cannot be absorbed in such a short time.” November 26, 2018
Dan Siekman
Fourth Chile Week Showcasing Chilean Produce Held in ChinaAt the recent China International Import Expo in Shanghai, Ronald Bown, Chairman of ASOEX, discussed the Chilean produce sector and its current promotional activities in China November 23, 2018
Andrew
Early Murcott Mandarin Variety Key to BGP’s Good Start in ChinaAt Asia Fruit Logistica 2018 held in Hong Kong from September 5 to 8, the booth of BGP International, a Melbourne-based produce company, caught the eye of many attendees. Produce Report interviewed Neil Barker, CEO of BGP, to explore how his company has done in China. November 06, 2018
Jing Zang

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