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This Season’s Export Forecasts for South African Oranges Revised DownwardThe Citrus Growers’ Association of Southern Africa has announced downward revisions of this season’s export forecasts for South African navel and Valencia oranges. June 18, 2024
Jing Zang
Sichuan Blueberries Flood Chinese Market, Prices Hit Record LowBlueberry prices in China have hit a record low, although high-end varieties are still commanding a premium. June 16, 2024
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Australia Seeking China Market Access for Avocados, Apples and BlueberriesThe Australian government is reportedly in negotiations with China to gain market access for its avocados, apples and blueberries. June 13, 2024
Jing Zang
Vietnamese Dragon Fruit Strengthen Market Presence in Europe and USVietnam’s dragon fruit exports to the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Australia and India surged in the first four months of 2024. June 12, 2024
Jing Zang
Global In-Shell Macadamia Production Set To Near 340,000 Tons in 2024The World Macadamia Organisation estimates that global in-shell macadamia production will grow by 7.5% in 2024 to reach 339,200 metric tons. June 05, 2024
Jing Zang
China Market Access Within Reach for Frozen Vietnamese DuriansAll technical preparations needed for frozen Vietnamese durians to be permitted to enter China have reportedly now been completed. June 04, 2024
Jing Zang
Hainan Durians Hit Market With Prices Over $16 per KilogramHainan durians have now hit the Chinese market on a large scale for the second year, with prices exceeding $16 per kilogram. June 03, 2024
Jing Zang
Commercial Rollout of 3 New Mango Varieties Ramps Up in AustraliaAustralia’s Manbulloo Limited is accelerating its commercial rollout of three new mango varieties — Yess!, AhHa! and Now! May 31, 2024
Jing Zang
Hema Fresh’s Positive Turnaround Continues With Nationwide ExpansionHema Fresh’s positive business turnaround is continuing, with plans to open 70 new stores and 500 Hema Fresh Outlet stores in 2024. May 30, 2024
Roy G
China’s Domestic Cherry Prices Fall Due to Oversupply and Quality IssuesA large harvest and inconsistent quality have caused a drop in prices for China’s domestically grown cherries. May 29, 2024
Jing Zang

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