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Chilean Nectarines See Strong China Season CloseIn an unprecedented year in which the COVID-19 outbreak has cast a shadow over every aspect of life in China and around the globe, demand for nectarines in China initially fell sharply after the Lunar New Year on Jan. 25, as cities throughout the country implemented restrictions on movement and encouraged citizens to stay at home. However, by the tail end of the season, as the situation in China stabilized, demand started to climb again. April 16, 2020
Dan Siekman
China’s Fruit Trade Sees Sustained Growth in First Two Months of 2020Official data reveal that in the first two months of 2020, China’s fruit imports totaled 1.02 million tons and $2.17 billion, representing an 11% decrease in volume and an 8% increase in value relative to last year. China’s fruit exports over this period totaled 0.53 million tons and $0.76 billion, year-on-year increases of 1% and 8%, respectively. April 13, 2020
Jing Zang
Chilean Stone Fruit Exports Continue to Penetrate Mainland ChinaIndustry data indicate that Chile’s exports of nectarines and plums are expected to rise during the ongoing 2019/20 season, despite the challenging times. March 30, 2020
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The evolution of exports of plums from Chile to China. Source: ASOEX.

ASOEX and JD.com Jointly Launch ‘Chilean Stone Fruit Week’ PromotionASOEX’s Chilean Stone Fruit Committee recently launched a targeted “Chilean Stone Fruit Week” campaign in partnership with JD.com. The successful campaign took place during March 10–14, generating a significant sales boost for Chilean sugar plums. March 22, 2020
Emily F
Californian Nectarines Gain Access to Chinese Market for First TimeChina approves Californian nectarines for import, allowing the U.S. to join Australia and Chile in the growing Chinese nectarine market. March 08, 2020
Benjamin Henry
What You Need to Know…Impact of the ‘Phase One’ China–U.S. Agreement on the Fresh Produce IndustryRichard Owen of the Produce Marketing Association summarizes the expected impact of the first phase of the recent China–U.S. trade deal. February 09, 2020
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US–China Fruit Trade Set to Increase Under Phase 1 of Bilateral DealU.S. blueberries, avocados and nectarines approved for export to China while Chinese citrus, fragrant pears and jujubes approved for export to the U.S. under phase 1 of a new trade deal. January 24, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Russia to Ban Import of Many Chinese FruitsThe Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor) will on August 10 enact a temporary ban on Chinese pome and stone fruit imports due to high incidences of potentially harmful organisms being detected in shipments of fruit from China over the past few years. August 05, 2019
Dan Siekman
Chilean Fruit Exports to China Grow by 11% in 2018/19 SeasonLed by China, the Asian market has registered the strongest growth in terms of export volume for Chilean fresh fruit for the 2018/19 season. According to data from the Chilean Fruit Exporter Association (ASOEX), Chile exported around 351,182 tons of fruit to China, accounting for 22.8% of Chile’s total fruit shipments in the 2018/19 season. April 21, 2019
Jing Zang
Chilean Stone Fruit, a New Rising Star in ChinaIndustry representatives share their insights into the Chilean stone fruit sector, its exports to China, and how to best handle Chilean stone fruit February 24, 2019
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