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Produce Marketing Association Holds Virtual Town Hall on E-commerce TrendsThe latest panel in the Produce Marketing Association’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Virtual Town Hall Series saw global industry professionals discuss trends and lessons from the current e-commerce boom. April 30, 2020
Emily F
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
Thailand Focuses on Domestic Market as Fruit Exports to China Drop 23%Thailand shifts focus to domestic fruit consumption to mitigate losses from decreased exports due to COVID-19 pandemic. April 28, 2020
Michael M
Hema Fresh Headquarters to Relocate to Shanghai with New Industrial BaseHema Fresh’s innovative new industrial base will be put into operation in 2022 and become a world-class processing and distribution hub for fresh products by integrating a variety of cutting-edge technologies. April 27, 2020
Jing Zang
China Fruit Exports Face Difficulties Due to PandemicChina is starting to get back to work, but exports are taking a major hit as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread around the globe. April 24, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Chilean Plum Exports to China: A Focus on QualityChilean plum exporters scaled back on volumes of sugar plum exports in 2019/20 as they refocused on shipping even higher quality fruit, which led to positive feedback from importers and retailers in China. Meanwhile, exports of general plum varieties from Chile to China rose modestly. April 24, 2020
Dan Siekman
Hopes and Challenges for This Season’s Californian CherriesDespite the promise of this season’s larger crop and the new round of U.S.–China tariff exemptions for Californian cherries, challenges due to the coronavirus epidemic still hang over the industry. April 18, 2020
Jing Zang
Ginger Exports Unexpectedly Rise, International Prices SoarDespite the COVID-19 outbreak, ginger exports have increased and prices have skyrocketed. If China’s domestic market is of any indication, however, prices will eventually fall back to normal levels. April 18, 2020
Benjamin Henry
USDA Approves Imports of Five Types of Chinese CitrusUSDA conditionally approves Chinese citrus imports, dependent upon pest inspection and control measures. April 17, 2020
Michael M
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

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