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Air Freight Cost for Australian Cherries Doubles, Even With SubsidiesOwing to logistical issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Australian cherry exporters are facing much higher freight costs than before. September 09, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Taiwan Becomes Sixth Largest Export Market for US CherriesBetween April 2019 and March 2020, cherry imports into Taiwan totaled 11,199 metric tons, with 7,984 tons (71%) originating from the U.S. August 27, 2020
Jing Zang
US Nectarines Face Fierce Competition in ChinaAlthough U.S. nectarines are now permitted to enter China, the vast majority of China’s nectarine imports originate from Chile and Australia owing to their counter-seasonal availability. August 10, 2020
Jing Zang
Zhejiang Waxberries Hit Australian Shelves This SeasonZhejiang waxberries, once a seasonal delicacy limited to domestic Chinese consumers in the Yangtze River Delta, are now becoming more widely available. July 28, 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
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
[Sponsored] Breeze Apples from New Zealand: Get Ready for the First Taste of Pure Nature!Breeze apples from New Zealand to reach China this season. April 02, 2020
Produce Report
Panic Buying at Australian Supermarkets Triples Some Produce PricesThe rise of coronavirus cases in Australia has led to an increase in stockpiling and panic buying, putting strain on the fresh produce industry and causing prices to rise. March 27, 2020
Emily F
2019 Taiwan Fruit Import and Export Statistics Released, Exports to Mainland China Up 43%Recently released data from Taiwan’s Council of Agriculture reveal that in 2019 mainland China remained Taiwan’s most important non-domestic market, accounting for approximately 80% of the island’s total fruit exports. March 12, 2020
Jing Zang
Australia’s Costa Group Invests 500 Million Yuan in Yunnan Blueberry BaseAustralian produce giant Costa Group recently participated in a publicized contract signing ceremony to highlight its substantial investment in a new blueberry growing base in Yunnan. March 06, 2020
Michael M

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