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Chilean Avocado Production Expected to Reach 200,000 Tons This Year

According to Mr. Lazo, the production of Chilean avocados will reach 200,000 tons in the 2016–2017season, which is higher than that in the previous season. China will be one of the target markets for Chilean avocados this year.

August 15, 2016
Most Preferred Avocado Variety from Peru Enters China

High quality standards require the avocado growers to work with the most advanced technology to control the processes that define the quality of their products and success of their exports. The huge diurnal amplitude –cold at night and sunny during the day –is a great advantage for the growth of avocados. Furthermore, the irrigation project Chavimochic has provided abundant water to the avocado plants.

July 18, 2016

The avocados from Hass Peru

Peruvian Avocado Exporters Devoted to Opening Chinese Market

Last May, Peru gained sanitary protocol approval from China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) for its Hass avocados, becoming the third country allowed to export avocados to China after Mexico and Chile. After shipping a few containers of avocados to China since last year as a trial run, Peru will officially begin to export avocados to China this season

July 10, 2016

La Chilca avocados attend a food fair in Peru.

Chile Plans to Increase Exports as China’s Avocado Demand Surges

China imported 25,000 tons of avocados from Chile and Mexico in the 2015–2016 season, which ended in April 2016. Its imports of avocados surged, according to Juan Enrique Lazo, the General Manager of the Committee of Hass Avocado in Chile.

May 09, 2016

A Chinese baby eats a piece of avocado.

Spanish Exporters Are Ready to Send Stonefruit to China

The stonefruit destined for China include plums, peaches, nectarines, and flat peaches.

May 06, 2016

Nectarines growing in Badajoz, Spain

China Introduces New Tax System for Cross-Border E-Commerce

A new tax system will be introduced for cross-border e-commerce from April 8. Instead of imposing the personal postal articles tax on products purchased via cross-border e-commerce, China will levy the imported goods tariff, import VAT, and consumption tax as it does to imported goods.

March 30, 2016