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Vietnamese Farmers Cut Down Orchards as Dragon Fruit Exports SlowWith exports to China limited by COVID-19 restrictions, Vietnamese dragon fruit farmers have been forced to cut down their orchards to minimize losses. April 12, 2022
Roy G
Chilean Stone Fruit Close Season Strongly in ChinaChilean stone fruit play an important role in filling China’s demand for premium fresh fruit. April 11, 2022
Dan Siekman
Thailand Seizes Unripe Durians Bound for ChinaThai authorities have been cracking down on the premature harvesting and distribution of durians, China’s biggest fresh fruit import. April 10, 2022
Produce Report
Xinjiang Fragrant Pears Exported to New Zealand for First TimeOn March 28, the first-ever shipment of Xinjiang fragrant pears was sent to New Zealand by Guangdong Zhongli Agricultural Group. April 06, 2022
Roy G
Cambodian Longans Set for China Access Amid Export Capacity ChallengesCambodian longans are expected to soon gain China market access, although growers and packers have been slow to register their orchards and facilities. April 02, 2022
Produce Report
First Rail Shipment of Thai Fresh Fruit to China UnderwayThree containers of Thai durians and coconuts recently set off to Kunming on the new China–Laos railway. April 01, 2022
Produce Report
Vietnamese Fruit Prices in China Increase as Imports SlowReduced imports of Vietnamese watermelons and dragon fruit into China have led to increased prices in China and an oversupply in Vietnam. March 31, 2022
Roy G
[Press Release] More 2nd SHAFFE Online Congress Speakers ConfirmedThis year’s Southern Hemisphere Fresh Fruit Trade Congress on March 30 will discuss the fresh produce industry as a key pillar of food security and sustainability. March 30, 2022
Produce Report
Will 2022 See the First Shipment of Zimbabwean Citrus to China?Citrus will be the first-ever fresh fruit product to be exported from Zimbabwe to China. March 29, 2022
Produce Report
Cambodian Fresh Mango Exports to China StallCambodia’s mango exports to China have been hampered by COVID-related border restrictions alongside structural issues. March 28, 2022
Dan Siekman

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