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First Quarter Data Reveals Mixed Results for Chinese Fruit ExportsData released by the National Chamber of Commerce show’s performance of Chinese fruit exports during the first quarter. May 25, 2017
Sevan Golnazarian
Argentine Grapes Approved for Export to ChinaSino-Argentinean import cooperation strengthens as grapes are approved for export to China. May 25, 2017
Sevan Golnazarian
Cherries from Wenchuan and California will compete in Chengdu MarketsSweet cherries from Sichuan’s Wenchuan mountainous areas will begin to mature this month. This year, cherries will come into season in late may. Meanwhile, American cherries will come into direct competition with Wenchuan cherries. May 23, 2017
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Jaffa Orri Unable to Meet Increasing Demand in ChinaIsrael identified the Chinese market as a major point of focus for its Jaffa Orri mandarin in 2017. Produce Report, to form a panoramic view of how the “mandarin king” has done in China, interviewed the fruit’s importer, retailer and distributor in China. May 16, 2017
Jing Zang
Hortiflorexpo Blossoms with Ecuadorian Roses and GypsophilasAsia’s largest horticulture exhibition Hortiflorexpo kicks off in Shanghai. Among the exhibitors, eight Ecuadorian flower exporters boast floral superiority. May 16, 2017
Sevan Golnazarian
AQSIQ Updates Approved Fruits for Chinese ImportChinese General Administration of Quality Inspection (AQSIQ) approves 19 Cota Rican pineapple exporters and 3 Italian citrus exporters. May 15, 2017
Sevan Golnazarian
Garlic prices in May drop following export cold spell during the first quarter In May, new garlic in the main garlic producing region of Henan is coming into season and refrigerated garlic trading has gradually dying. Refrigerated garlic Exports dropped 11%. May 14, 2017
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Satisfying China's New Taste for Flowers Attracted to Kunming by the best climate in China for floriculture, Hasfarm Flowers set-up a state of the art enterprise to supply China with quality flowers from around the world. Produce Report interviewed managing director, Tim Scalongne on the company’s activities and plans. May 14, 2017
Damian Kelly
India bans Chinese apple and pear imports, the upshot is hopefulIndia bans imports of Chinese apples and pears due to unresolved contamination of goods. May 08, 2017
Sevan Golnazarian
Emerging Trends in the Fresh Produce IndustryProduce Report Lecture: Chris White from Fruitnet discusses “Future trends in fresh” May 07, 2017
Andrew

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