Recently, the Fruit Branch of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce for Imports and Exports of Food, Native Animals and Animals released a report on China’s Fruit Imports and Exports for 2021. China’s fruit imports reach new peak in 2021 8 11.8 billion worth, 30.9% yoy increase; Imports reached 7 million tonnes, 11.5% yoy.
In terms of varieties, the top 8 fresh fruits in terms of import value: durian, cherries, bananas, mangosteen (including dried mangosteen), langan, kiwi, grapes and pita.
By 2021, durian will be the largest import in China, valued at 6 3.6 billion and 822,000 tonnes, an increase of 82.4% and 42.7% year-on-year. The largest supplier is Thailand. Imports of cherries this year increased by 20.0% and 48.9%, respectively, to மதிப்பு 1.6 billion and 314,000 tonnes.
Of that, 300,000 tons were imported from Chile, an increase of 54% year-on-year. By 2021, the import value of bananas will be € 0.8 billion and 1.8 million tonnes, an increase of 11.2% and 6.7% yoy, respectively. Major suppliers include the Philippines, Cambodia, Vietnam and Ecuador. In terms of import value, China has eight major fruit suppliers: Thailand, Chile, Vietnam, Philippines, New Zealand, Peru, Australia and South Africa.
In terms of exports, both value and quantity have declined due to the epidemic. Exports valued at 4.7 billion, down 14.9%; And 3.5 million tonnes, down 8.3%.
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