Australian Citrus and Stone Fruits Gain Greater Access to Chinese Market

The signing of a protocol between China and Australia today for the export of plums, peaches and apricots from Australia to China is tremendous news for Australian stone fruit growers…Full Article: Fresh Plaza Nov 2017 Citrus Australia has welcomed the announcement by Assistant Ministers for Agriculture and Water Resources Luke Hartsuyker and Senator Anne Ruston

Greece Looks to Expand Their Fruit Exports to China

An expansion of the existing protocol for Greek fruit and vegetable exports to China, meant to include cherries, plums, grapes, mandarins and oranges, is currently being negotiated, since China, which already imports kiwis, has shown interest in these products, according to a statement from the Association of Greek Fruit, Vegetable and Juice Exporting Companies, INCOFRUIT

Chinese Prices for Imported Tropical Fruit Spike Owing to Poor Weather in Chile and Southeast Asia

The price of durian was only at 11-12 yuan [~US$1.85] per half a kilo last year [e.g 2013]. This year it has increased to 18.8 yuan [US$3.02] per half a kilo. Most of durians come from Thailand and are very expensive. Vietnamese durian will also be hitting Chinese supermarket shelves for the first time, at