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Argentine Cherries Test Waters in China for Next SeasonAfter gaining the market access to China, Argentine cherries have been a hot topic among Chinese traders. To explore the Argentine cherry industry, Produce Report talked with two key industry insiders at Fruit Logistica 2019 held in Berlin. February 21, 2019
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Jing Zang
First Sea Shipments of Ecuadorian Mangos to China Will Set Sail in 2019/20 SeasonEcuador originally gained market access to China for mangos at the end of 2016. But so far, all shipments to China have gone by air freight, which is expensive and greatly limits the volumes that can be shipped. It is estimated that for the 2018/19 season, only about 1,000 to 2,000 4kg boxes of Ecuadorean mangoes were sent to China. February 19, 2019
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Yamil Farah, President of the Mango Ecuador Foundation

Kenya Closes in on Market Access in China for AvocadosChinese phytosanitary officials are expected to visit Kenya this April in order to conduct training and inspections of avocado packing facilities.The visit is likely to pave the way for Kenyan avocados to be added later this year to China's list of permissible imported fruits. February 19, 2019
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Dan Siekman
"No-Deal" Brexit Would Likely Cause Short-Term Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Shortages in UKIf March 29 comes without an agreement and the so-called "No-Deal Brexit" comes to pass, fresh produce shortages could be among the earliest and most obvious fallout experienced by consumers in the UK, which imports over 10 billion euros worth of fruits and vegetables every year and depends on the EU for roughly 1/3 of its fresh fruit and vegetable supply. February 16, 2019
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Nicole Visbeen, CEO of Daily Fresh Logistics. Image: MZMC

The best businesses at Fruit Logistica 2019The best businesses at FRUIT LOGISTICA 2019 February 14, 2019
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Fruit Logistica Opens Today in Berlin: "Most International Logistica Ever"The 2019 edition of Fruit Logistica, the world's largest fresh produce industry trade exhibition and hub for Europe's produce industry, kicks off today at the Messe Berlin fair grounds in Berlin. The show features more than 130,000m2 of floor space and exhibitors from every sector of the global fresh fruit and vegetable industry. February 06, 2019
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Mike Knowles, Editorial Director Europe, Fruitnet Media International (UK); Kaasten Reh, Director Events + Awards, Fruitnet Media International (Germany) and Chris White, Managing Director, Fruitnet Media International (UK)

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
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Tom Eastlake, President of Cherry Growers Australia

2019 SOUTH AFRICAN MACADAMIA INDUSTRY CROP OUTLOOKThe 2018 South African macadamia crop ended on a positive note with a record crop of 56 550 tonnes of inshell macadamias (measured at 1.5% kernel moisture content). This is approximately 4 000 tonnes higher than the previous estimate that was issued in September. The demand for macadamias remained strong and the kernel market in particular showed great appetite for these high-valued nuts. Approximately 67% of the South African crop was processed to kernel and the remaining 33% exported as inshell. February 02, 2019
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ORIGINE GROUP ENLARGES ITS PRODUCTION BASE IN CHILE WITH COPEFRUTA new important member for Origine Group, that reinforces its presence in Chile with the leading company Copefrut, whose admission has already been approved by the Board. February 01, 2019
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Washington Apples Receive $8.4 Million in Trade Mitigation FundsThe Washington Apple Commission will be receiving $8,457,600 through the USDA Agricultural Trade Promotion (ATP) Program funding. The ATP program, funded at $200 million, will develop and grow export markets to mitigate adverse effects of trade conflicts with foreign countries. February 01, 2019
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