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2012 Reports

Canned Deciduous Fruit Annual|Canned Deciduous Fruit|Beijing|China - Peoples Republic of|12/25/2012

Weak world demand and high stocks depressed China¡¯s canned fruit production in MY 2012/13 (June-May), causing peaches to fall seven percent to 420,000 metric tons (MT) and pears to fall fifteen percent to 68,000 MT.  Similarly, China¡¯s exports of canned peach and pear products are forecast down to 130,000 MT and 48,000 MT, respectively, from the previous year.  China¡¯s consumption of canned peaches for MY 2012/13 is forecast to increase as imported canned peaches are becoming popular in China¡¯s ...
Canned Deciduous Fruit Annual_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_12-21-2012

Strawberries|Strawberries|Beijing|China - Peoples Republic of|12/21/2012

OAA/Beijing estimates that China¡¯s fresh and frozen strawberry production will reach 2.1 million metric tons and 150,000 metric tons, respectively, reflecting increases of five and fifteen percent over last year.  More than 95 percent of open-field production is used to process frozen strawberries.  Chile is China¡¯s largest frozen strawberry supplier, largely due to the timelines of exportable supplies and low import duties of nine percent, a benefit of the China-Chile free trade agreement.
Strawberries_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_12-17-2012

Citrus, Other, Fresh Annual|Citrus|Beijing|China - Peoples Republic of|12/20/2012

The Office of Agricultural Affairs in Beijing (OAA/Beijing) forecasts that China¡¯s total citrus production will reach 30 million metric tons (MMT) for marketing year (MY) 2012/13, up nearly three percent from the revised estimate of 29 MMT in MY 2011/12.  Government funding has been allocated to improve production and build processing facilities in key orange producing provinces like Jiangxi.  The United States is the top orange and lemon supplier to China.  Brazil and Australia are the dominant...
Citrus Annual_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_12-17-2012

Natural Products Expo Asia 2012 Show Report|Trade Show Evaluation Fresh Fruit Market Promotion/Competition|Guangzhou|China - Peoples Republic of|12/3/2012

Natural Products Expo Asia 2012 Show Report_Guangzhou_China - Peoples Republic of_11-26-2012

2012 Asia Fruit Logistica Show report |Trade Show Evaluation Fresh Fruit|Guangzhou|China - Peoples Republic of|11/20/2012

On September 5-7, 2012, ATO Guangzhou Director and staff attended the 2012 Asia Fruit Logistica Show in Hong Kong.  Over the last three years, the Asia Fruit Logistica show grew from a small trade show with a handful of exhibitors to a major international fruit trade show with a great focus on the Mainland China market. A record 5,700 visitors from 64 nations attended this year¡¯s show with a total of 341 exhibitors from 30 countries. This year¡¯s newcomer pavilions included Greece, Mexico, and Po...
2012 Asia Fruit Logistica Show report _Guangzhou_China - Peoples Republic of_11-15-2012

Select 2012|Fresh Deciduous Fruit|Beijing|China - Peoples Republic of|11/7/2012

China¡¯s MY12/13 apple, pear and grape production is forecast to reach 38 million metric tons (MMT), 16.5 MMT, and 7.2 MMT, respectively, on higher crop yields.  U.S. apples face import permit delays due to China¡¯s disease concerns but ongoing bilateral negotiations are addressing the issue.  Pear imports remain negligible while grape imports are forecast up 20 percent to 180,000 metric tons.  Chile is the dominant supplier of apples and grapes to China followed by the United States. China¡¯s appl...
Fresh Deciduous Fruit Annual_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_11-2-2012

Marketing US Fresh Deciduous Fruits in South China |Market Development Reports Fresh Deciduous Fruit|Guangzhou|China - Peoples Republic of|11/5/2012

Though the pace of China¡¯s economic growth slowed down in 2012, demand for high quality imported fresh deciduous fruit was not significantly impacted.  In the first nine months of 2012, the import value of fresh fruit imports from the world was on a steady rise, approximately up 33 percent up from the same period in 2011. The consumption of imported table grapes was up 26 percent, while the value of imported apples decreased 10 percent. However, U.S. table grape imports increased 44 percent, whi...
Marketing US Fresh Deciduous Fruits in South China _Guangzhou_China - Peoples Republic of_11-1-2012

ATO Guangzhou Supply Chain Workshop ¨C Retail Cold Storage and Food S|Market Development Reports Fresh Fruit Retail Foods|Guangzhou|China - Peoples Republic of|10/31/2012

ATO Guangzhou Supply Chain Workshop ¨C Retail Cold Storage and Food S_Guangzhou_China - Peoples Republic of_10-26-2012

New Sales Channels for Fresh Fruit in China|Fresh Fruit|Shanghai ATO|China - Peoples Republic of|10/29/2012

Only two decades ago, buying fresh fruit in a modern, well-decorated and high-end retail store was a novel thing. Nowadays, Chinese are quickly adapting to television shopping, internet shopping and even mobile shopping platforms to purchase fresh fruit. These new sales channels are developing at a rapid rate and prove that Chinese consumers, with increasing purchasing power, are willing to pay premium prices for high quality and safe imported American fruit. 
New Sales Channels for Fresh Fruit in China_Shanghai ATO_China - Peoples Republic of_7-12-2012

Raisins Annual|Raisins|Beijing|China - Peoples Republic of|9/21/2012

Raisin Annual_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_9-18-2012

2012 South China Raisin Report 2012|Market Development Reports Dried Fruit Exporter Guide|Guangzhou|China - Peoples Republic of|9/4/2012

2012 South China Raisin Report 2012_Guangzhou_China - Peoples Republic of_8-30-2012

Annual|Stone Fruit|Beijing|China - Peoples Republic of|7/12/2012

China¡¯s peach/nectarine production in marketing year (MY) 2012 is forecast at 12 million metric tons (MMT), up four percent from 2011.  Acreage for peaches/nectarines remains stable at 7.3 million hectares.  Although China imports small amounts of peaches/nectarines during off-season production there is currently no market access for U.S. peaches/nectarines.  Cherry production is expected to reach 170,000 MT, down nearly 20 percent because of heavy rains during the flowering period in Yantai, S...
Stone Fruit Annual_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_7-9-2012

| U.S. Trade Show Missions Net Success | Agricultural Trade Office Activities, Export Accomplishments - Events, Snack Foods, Fresh Fruit, Special Certification - Organic/Kosher/Halal, Fishery Products | Beijing ATO | China - Peoples Republic of | 6/4/2012
In the first quarter of CY 2012, ATO led teams to three major U.S. trade shows.  ATOs in Beijing and Shanghai also coordinated to work with the Agricultural Affairs Office in Beijing and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration regarding certification issues on live seafood.
U.S. Trade Show Missions Net Success_Beijing ATO_China - Peoples Republic of_5-8-2012

| Profile of North China Food Manufacturing | Agricultural Trade Office Activities, Agricultural Situation, Food Processing Ingredients, Market Development Reports, Raisins | Beijing ATO | China - Peoples Republic of | 5/14/2012
This EMP-funded study provides a survey-based profile of North China¡¯s food manufacturers, including their ingredient needs and interest in imports.  Detailed data on manufacturers will be published in a separate report.
Profile of North China Food Manufacturing_Beijing ATO_China - Peoples Republic of_5-7-2012

| The Westernization of Chinese Breakfast | Agricultural Situation, Dairy and Products, Dried Fruit, HRI Food Service Sector, Retail Food Sector, Product Brief, Food Processing Ingredients Sector | Beijing ATO | China - Peoples Republic of | 2/23/2012
Research jointly conducted by a top Chinese research institute and several land-grant universities in the US indicate that the western-style foods, in particular bread and milk, have gained popularity in China and become an important part of urban Chinese breakfasts. In the future, with further income growth, the demand for the western foods will continue to grow remarkably. As making bread requires higher protein wheat flour relative to making noodles, fried dough (¡°youtiao¡±), and steamed buns,...
The Westernization of Chinese Breakfast_Beijing ATO_China - Peoples Republic of_1-20-2012


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