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Five Fruits to Look Out for Under EU’s New Phytosanitary RegulationsEU implements new phytosanitary requirements with implications for five Chinese fruit exports. July 07, 2020
Benjamin Henry
2019/20 Global Table Grape Production Rises on China’s Rebounding SupplyGlobal production of fresh table grapes in marketing year 2019/20 is expected to reach 23.4 million tons, with China’s harvest in particular bouncing back from last year’s severe frosts. July 05, 2020
Jing Zang
Chinese Customs Demand Exporters Sign Coronavirus-Free GuaranteesFood exporters to China are being asked by Chinese customs to sign certifications guaranteeing that their products are free from SARS-CoV-2. June 30, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Ukraine Now China’s Top Frozen Blueberry Supplier as Market ExpandsAs the Chinese blueberry market expands, Ukrainian exports of the frozen berries to China surge. June 24, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Walmart China Stores Start Seasonal Omnichannel Sales of Sweeki KiwisWalmart China starts to sell Origine Group’s Sweeki kiwifruit through its omnichannel. June 16, 2020
Produce Report
Season’s First Shipment of Jingold’s Chilean Kiwifruit Reaches ChinaJingold’s superstar yellow-fleshed kiwifruit cultivar Jintao arrived in Guangzhou on May 2 from Chile, raising the curtain on this year’s Chilean kiwifruit season. May 19, 2020
Jing Zang
Maersk Launches China–Turkey Rail Service: Will It Help Cherry Trade?Shipping giant Maersk launches a new intercontinental rail service, but will it help Turkey’s lagging cherry exports to China? May 13, 2020
Benjamin Henry
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
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
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

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