China is bursting for more blueberries. The market is growing exponentially, according to Eric Li from Yiguo.
In order to implement its priority tasks, the government of Uzbekistan is taking measures to increase the volume and expand the range of horticultural exports and to enter new markets.
There is strong demand for fresh products in Singapore, a country where the fresh fruit and vegetables market is estimated to have been worth about $1 billion last year.
The most popular fruits exported to China from Thailand are durians, called the ‘king of fruit’; mangosteens, the ‘queen’, and longans.
Europe’s kiwi growers have hopes for better prices this season with new estimates showing their 2016/17 kiwi volume is forecast to slip 5% on the previous season, to under 700,000 tons.
Over the last two years, European exports of fresh fruit and vegetables were heavily impacted by the Russian embargo, as the EU used to ship close to 40% of its exports to the Russian Federation.
According to UN statistics, in recent years China’s imports of fresh fruit and vegetables have exceeded its exports, a trend that continued in the first half of this year.
Blueberries, grapes, mangoes, avocados, asparagus and citrus were onboard the first of seven cargo flights from Peru to China scheduled for this year.
Excellent results for the workshop organized by Freshfel Europe and the China Entry & Exit Inspection and Quarantine Association (CIQA) in Beijing, aiming to create a shared knowledge base for
As consumption continues to grow in China, consumers are willing to pay more for foods without undesirable ingredients and are actively seeking all natural, organic foods.