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Southern African Citrus Exports: Season UpdateSouthern Africa’s citrus exports continue to grow, albeit with some fluctuations due to early harvests and the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 epidemic. April 29, 2020
Benjamin Henry
China’s Pear Exports Fall for Second Consecutive Year in 2019China sees declining pear exports in 2019 owing to tariff issues and the COVID-19 pandemic. March 29, 2020
Michael M
[Press Release] South African Table Grape Industry Revises Crop EstimateSATI releases its third crop estimate for the 2019/20 season, a slight downward revision of previous estimates owing to rain in the Hex River region. February 02, 2020
Produce Report
[Press Release] Rain Delays South African Table Grape Packing, Crop Estimate UnchangedAlthough summer rain last weekend has slightly delayed table grape packing in South Africa’s Hex River Valley, the crop estimate remains unchanged and the overall impact is expected to be minimal. January 21, 2020
Produce Report
Egyptian Orange Exports to China up 107% in First 10 Months of 2019Egypt’s orange exports to China increase by 107% owing to favorable market conditions. January 03, 2020
Phil K
South Africa’s Table Grape IndustryProduce Report WeChat Lecture: Willem Bestbier of South African Table Grape Industry discusses the current and future status of SATI and its relationship with China. December 17, 2019
Phil K
[Press Release] South African Table Grapes 2019/2020 Crop EstimatesThe South African Table Grape Industry (SATI) has released the first crop estimate for the 2019/2020 season, with intake volumes estimated to be between 61.05 million and 67.80 million cartons (4.5 kg equivalent). October 26, 2019
Andrew D
[Press Release] World Citrus Organization Officially LaunchedThe Spanish Ministry of Agriculture and the Region of Murcia showed their support for the World Citrus Organization in its official presentation at Fruit Attraction 2019 October 23, 2019
Produce Report
Pagoda Carves Out Market for Small Newton ApplesPagoda’s new type of small apples from South Africa, launched in June 2019, is expected to prove popular with Chinese consumers August 26, 2019
Tim
South African Citrus Reaches China via New Shipping MethodsOn June 10, 2019, South Africa’s first-ever citrus reefer vessel destined to China pulled into Shanghai Nanhui Port. It is just the first of six reefer vessels to be scheduled for China this season. The second vessel has already departed from South Africa and is expected to reach Shanghai in late June. June 15, 2019
Jing Zang

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