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13 Fruits Gained Market Access to China in 2017In 2017 13 kinds of fruits from 10 countries are eligible for Quarantine Access to China. The mangosteen of Indonesia was temporarily suspended due to detection of harmful organisms and excess residue.Australia is the country that has the most fruit access to China this year, with four kinds of fruit gaining access. December 27, 2017
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Mr. Avocado Starts Reaping the Fruit of its Labour in ChinaMerely eight months after its founding, Mr. Avocado has witnessed its average transaction volume rocket to 45,000 fruit per day. Now, the brand has identified channel coverage as its next priority. December 27, 2017
Jing Zang
International Asparagus Days launched : Global supply chain at Cesena Fiera on 16-18 October 2018The cooperation between Christian Befve and Cesena Fiera has resulted in the launch of the International Asparagus Days. It is a new international event dedicated to the asparagus supply chain to be held from 16 to 18 October 2018 in the renovated exhibition spaces of Cesena Fiera. December 21, 2017
Anonymous
JV Formed between Hui Zhan & Long Wu Markets Ahead of 2018Hui Zhan International was Launched in Shanghai December 17, 2017
Tim
Quarantine Inspection Procedure Simplifications Benefit Fruit Trade at Shanghai PortOn Nov 1, protocol simplifications to inspection and quarantine procedures came into effect at Shanghai Port that increases the efficiency of customs clearance. December 17, 2017
Sevan Golnazarian
China’s Apple Season Is Almost Over, and the Market Is ColdMost of the apples for China’s 2017–2018 apple season have now been picked and placed in cold storage. China’s exports from January to October totaled 1.02 million tons, which represents a year-on-year increase of 0.68%. It is expected that apple prices will remain low this year. December 12, 2017
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Hebei Pears Begin to Penetrate Peru and South AmericaEnhancing Stature of Chinese Fresh Fruits in South America December 07, 2017
Tim
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
Charters Ensure Earlier Access to Chilean Cherries This SeasonAs getting earlier access to Chilean cherries has been of increasing importance to China’s entire fruit industry, more importers are choosing air shipments, or even charter flights, to seize the initiative in this intensely competitive market. December 01, 2017
Jing Zang
China Cuts Import Tariffs on Dried Fruit and NutsTariff rate adjustments announced. Cuts to tariffs on the Brazil nut, cashew, avocado, and more. November 26, 2017
Sevan Golnazarian

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