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Benjamin Henry

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Hong Kong Customs Apprehends 22 Suspects in Fruit Smuggling Case

Hong Kong customs authorities recently busted a smuggling case involving HK$20 million ($2.6 million) of high-end fruit and meat.

October 28, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Del Monte Unveils New Pink Pineapple Variety

After 16 years of development, Del Monte has finally released its much-anticipated Pinkglow pineapple variety.

October 26, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Warehoused Garlic Volume Sets New Record, Prices Expected To Rise

Garlic prices in China have fallen owing to a massive increase in production, but they are expected to rise again as demand increases.

October 18, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Kiwifruit Prices in China Continue To Fall

Although kiwifruit production in China has been steadily growing, this year’s prices have been trending downward.

October 09, 2020
Benjamin Henry
First Batch of Chinese Kiwifruit Exported to South America

The first ever batch of Chinese-grown kiwifruit bound for the South American market recently departed Mei County in Shaanxi province destined for Chile.

September 30, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Shaanxi Becomes China’s #1 Producer of Apple Juice Concentrate

Newly released statistics reveal that Shaanxi province produced the largest volume of apple juice concentrate in China last year.

September 29, 2020
Benjamin Henry
2020 Korla Fragrant Pear Production Increases 20% To 500,000 Tons

In contrast to many other Chinese pear varieties, the production of Korla fragrant pears is on the rise.

September 28, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Hema To Open First X Member Store in Shanghai

Alibaba’s Hema brand will shortly open its first membership-based wholesale store, China’s first direct competitor to Costco and Sam’s Club.

September 27, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Gansu Becomes China’s #2 Apple-Producing Province

Apple production in China’s Gansu province has been growing significantly in recent years, a trend that shows no signs of stopping.

September 20, 2020
Benjamin Henry
China and EU Sign Landmark Geographical Indications Agreement

After eight years of negotiations, the European Union and China have finally signed a bilateral geographical indications agreement to protect regional products from both markets.

September 18, 2020
Benjamin Henry