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[Press Release] SHAFFE Elects New Chilean–Uruguayan Presidency TeamThe Southern Hemisphere Association of Fresh Fruit Exporters has elected a new Chilean–Uruguayan presidency team for its 2021–2023 term. February 09, 2021
Produce Report
Is It True That Australian Cherries Are Low Quality?China has recently taken steps to reduce imports of Australian cherries, prompting an impassioned response from its southern neighbor. Produce Report looks at the facts of the situation. January 26, 2021
Connor W
China Reduces Tariffs on Selected Fruit Imports From Jan. 1China has issued a new round of tariff reductions for fruit imports in 2021. December 30, 2020
Philip K
Zespri Makes Third Appearance at China International Import ExpoNew Zealand kiwifruit giant Zespri made waves at this year’s China International Import Expo, and its future prospects in China are looking promising. November 12, 2020
Benjamin Henry
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

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