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Select 2013|Stone Fruit|Beijing|China - Peoples Republic of|7/4/2013

China¡¯s peach/nectarine production in marketing year MY13 is forecast at 11.5 million tons, a four percent decrease from MY12, as unfavorable weather limited pollination and poor profit signals reduce planted acreage. Peach exports will remain strong but limited supplies will slow the recent upward trend.  China¡¯s cherry production is estimated at 180,000 tons, an increase of nearly six percent from last year, as strong demand and strong profits drive increased planted acreage.  MY/13 cherry im...

Stone Fruit Annual_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_7-1-2013

Northwest Pears appeal to micro-bloggers as a new holiday treat |Market Development Reports Market Promotion/Competition|Guangzhou|China - Peoples Republic of|3/12/2013

Although the arrival of U.S. pears to the Mainland China market was momentous occasion, since early January, South China consumers have marveled at this Red Anjou variety available in most mid to high-end supermarkets. Northwest pears¡¯ have sold in South China for close to two decades; however, with the official market opening in January 2013, China is set to become America¡¯s top five export destination
Northwest Pears appeal to micro-bloggers as a new holiday treat _Guangzhou_China - Peoples Republic of_3-8-2013

ATO Guangzhou assists industry in lowering tariffs for U.S. dried fr|Dried Fruit Market Development Reports Food Processing Ingredients|Guangzhou|China - Peoples Republic of|2/6/2013

On January 18, 2013, ATO Guangzhou led representatives from the U.S. Cranberry Marketing Committee and the California Prune Board to meetings with Shenzhen Customs officials to discuss the irregularly high tariff rates on a number of U.S. dried fruits being imported into Mainland China due to a tariff misclassification...ATO Guangzhou assists industry in lowering tariffs for U.S. dried fr_Guangzhou_China - Peoples Republic of_2-1-2013

China Food Manufacturing Annual Report|Food Processing Ingredients Beverages Dairy and Products Raisins Snack Foods Tree Nuts|Beijing ATO|China - Peoples Republic of|2/6/2013

The Chinese economy faced significant challenges in 2011 and 2012.  While the food processing industry experienced record sales in 2011, final 2012 numbers are likely to reflect a slowdown, which is expected to continue into 2013.  In addition, frequent reports of food adulteration problems continued to erode consumer confidence.  In response, food manufacturers are launching new efforts to improve ingredient quality, make use of newer technologies, and generally push greater innovation in their...

China Food Manufacturing Annual Report_Beijing ATO_China - Peoples Republic of_1-31-2013

1.7 Million Dollars of Fruits Purchased Due to Reverse Trade Mission|Export Accomplishments - Events|Shanghai ATO|China - Peoples Republic of|1/23/2013

A new Chinese importer purchased 1.7 million USD of US fresh fruits due to ATO Shanghai's 2011 reverse trade mission to the Produce Marketing Association¡¯s Fresh Summit trade show and Washington State. The 2011/2012 season was the first time this Chinese company  imported fresh fruits from the U.S. The importer has told ATO staff that the direct imports could not happen without this reverse trade mission. The US exporter is  looking forward to a long-term business relationship. 
1.7 Million Dollars of Fruits Purchased Due to Reverse Trade Mission_Shanghai ATO_China - Peoples Republic of_1-17-2013


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