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Season's First New Zealand Kiwifruit Arrive in ChinaThe Zespri SunGold brand fruit arrived at Nangang Port aboard the refrigerated cargo ship Klipper Stream, which sailed from Tauranga on March 30. April 12, 2018
Dan Siekman
First Tauranga kiwifruit for 2018 to China sailing on March 30As chocolate eggs are being dispensed this weekend, New Zealand kiwifruit growers are shipping a much healthier alternative to Chinese consumers. April 03, 2018
Anonymous
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
2017 Year in Review: China’s Avocado MarketChina imported a record 32,100 tons of avocado in 2017, with a record value of USD 105 million. February 21, 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
New Zealand Avocados Added to China’s Allowable Imported Fruits ListAfter being added to the permissible fruits list earlier this month, New Zealand avocados have become an official export in the most recent AQSIQ update.  February 05, 2018
Sevan Golnazarian
More Players Build a Brighter Future for China’s Avocado MarketAn online discussion by Supafresh on current and future trends in China’s avocado market has garnered considerable attention. January 28, 2018
Jing Zang
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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