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China Customs Cracks $110 Million Dragon Fruit Smuggling CaseChinese customs authorities recently busted a smuggling ring accused of illegally importing 170,000 tons of Vietnamese dragon fruit worth $110 million as border trade goods. July 29, 2021
Jing Zang
Brazilian Fruit Gains Traction AbroadBrazil has gained access to four new markets this year and has high hopes to diversify its fruit offerings in China. July 27, 2021
Emily C
USHBC and Pagoda Celebrate Arrival of Fresh US Blueberries in ChinaOn July 23, the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council and Pagoda teamed up in Shenzhen to celebrate the first ever official promotion of fresh U.S. blueberries in China. July 23, 2021
Dan Siekman
Pandemic Grinds China–Myanmar Trade to a HaltA recent spike in COVID-19 cases has forced the closure of border crossings between China and Myanmar, stranding cargo trucks loaded with expiring fruit. July 21, 2021
Emily C
[Press Release] SHAFFE Becomes Official Member of IPPC ePhyto Industry Advisory GroupThe Southern Hemisphere Association of Fresh Fruit Exporters is now an official member of the Industry Advisory Group of the IPPC ePhyto project, a global transmission system for phytosanitary certificates. July 21, 2021
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Peruvian Blueberry Exports to China Forecast To Grow 111% This SeasonPeru is expected to export over 30,000 tons of blueberries to China this season, a year-on-year increase of 111%. July 19, 2021
Emily F
South Africa’s Citrus Sector Suffers Amid Violent ProtestsThe recent violent protests in South Africa in support of jailed former President Jacob Zuma have severely affected the country’s citrus exports during peak season. July 19, 2021
Jing Zang
Market Downturn for China’s Domestic ApplesMarket prices for China’s early-season apple varieties have displayed a downward trend over the last month. July 16, 2021
Jing Zang
[Press Release] ASOEX’s Chilean Citrus Committee Gives Update on Recent FreezesIn response to recent freezes, the Chilean Citrus Committee has reported that most orchards lie in sheltered positions away from the colder temperatures within the valleys. July 14, 2021
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China’s 2021/22 Cherry Imports Forecast To Fall 11%According to a recent USDA report, China’s cherry imports are expected to show a year-on-year decrease of 11% in marketing year 2021/22 owing to a smaller Chilean cherry crop. July 13, 2021
Jing Zang

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