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Taste Australia Cherries are Fastest Airfreight Cherries to China During WinterIt’s the first season in which mainland Australian cherries have been allowed to be shipped to mainland China by air freight. One of Taste Australia’s key messages for this season is the 96-hour transit time from Australian packer to arrival in China afforded by air freight shipment, and the resulting freshness of the cherries. February 04, 2019
Dan Siekman

Tom Eastlake, President of Cherry Growers Australia

Celebrating the Launch of Mainland Australian Cherries in China!2018/19 is the the first in which significant volumes of mainland Australia cherries will be sent by air freight to China. The New South Wales Department of Primary Industries held an Australian Cherry Launch event in Shanghai on November 6 to celebrate the new market access and give potential Chinese buyers a taste of this year’s early season cherries freshly flown in from Australia. Key fruit purchasers told Produce Report they are excited about the availability of high-quality Australian cherries earlier in the southern hemisphere season. November 12, 2018
Dan Siekman
Early Murcott Mandarin Variety Key to BGP’s Good Start in ChinaAt Asia Fruit Logistica 2018 held in Hong Kong from September 5 to 8, the booth of BGP International, a Melbourne-based produce company, caught the eye of many attendees. Produce Report interviewed Neil Barker, CEO of BGP, to explore how his company has done in China. November 06, 2018
Jing Zang
Hort Innovation Highlights Successes at Asia Fruit Logistica 2018Launched at Asia Fruit Logistica 2017, Hort Innovation’s Taste Australia initiative has enjoyed great success in its first year of operations, as evidenced by the record $2.18 billion in exports of fresh Australian horticulture in the first six months of 2018. September 29, 2018
Andrew D
China to Produce Half of Global Macadamia Crop by 2022China's national macadamia production is predicted to reach 190,000 tons nut-in-shell by 2022—about half the predicted global total. But the there are still a lot of issues with quality. August 21, 2018
Dan Siekman

Macadamia seedlings growing in Yunnan province, China. Image: Sino-Australian Agricultural Technology Development Company

2017 Year in Review: China’s Cherry MarketChina imported 102,000 tons of cherries valued at USD 700 million in 2017. Produce Report got a first-hand account of the market performance of imported cherries from different countries. March 19, 2018
Jing Zang
Chinese Peach, Plum and Apricot Can Now be Exported to AustraliaAQSIQ’s 2018 Catalogue of Fresh Fruits Approved for Export to Other Countries February 11, 2018
Tim
Australian Stone Fruits Start to Enter Chinese MarketProduce Report Lecture 46: Summerfruit Australia CEO discusses Australian apricots, nectarines, peaches, and plums and their new and improved market access to China February 07, 2018
Andrew
AQSIQ: Allowable Imported Fruits Update (Jan. 2018)On January 12, AQSIQ made five additions to the list of allowable imported fruits including Australian peaches, plums, and apricots; New Zealand avocados and Argentine blueberries. January 18, 2018
Sevan Golnazarian
Taste Australia: Made by Nature. Supported by ScienceProduce Report speaks to Michael Rogers of Hort Innovation to learn about the importance of research and development to the Australian horticulture industry December 05, 2017
Andrew

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