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After 8 years of hard work, Taiwanese pineapples are approved for import by New Zealand, and guava is on the next wave of discussion list

Fresh Pineapple
Published Apr 10, 2024

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Taiwanese pineapples have recently been approved for import by New Zealand, a significant milestone achieved after nearly eight years of effort, making them the second Taiwanese fresh fruit to enter the New Zealand market following lychees and mangoes. This development is part of the Taiwan-New Zealand Economic Cooperation Agreement (ANZTEC) signed in 2013, allowing tariff-free exports of Taiwanese pineapples to New Zealand. Following the successful export of pineapples, there is potential for guava to become the next Taiwanese fruit to be exported to New Zealand. Guava, previously exported mainly to Canada and recently to the United States, is seen as a strategic move to diversify and strengthen agricultural trade relations between Taiwan and New Zealand, with the Inspectorate of Public Security highlighting it as the next fruit expected to be discussed for export to New Zealand.
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Text/Hong Yucheng The Ministry of Agriculture said today (9th) that after nearly eight years of hard work, Taiwanese pineapples have finally been approved by New Zealand for import and can be exported to New Zealand from now on. This is also the second Taiwanese fresh fruit to succeed after lychees and mangoes. Knock on New Zealand. Taiwan and New Zealand signed the Taiwan-New Zealand Economic Cooperation Agreement (ANZTEC) in 2013, and hold joint committees in Taiwan and New Zealand alternately every year. Today, the two sides signed the "Taiwan The "Vegetables and Fruits Export Plan to New Zealand" has written a new page for the export of Taiwanese pineapples. According to the cooperation agreement, Taiwanese pineapples can enjoy tariff-free exports to New Zealand. After signing the work plan, Taiwan and New Zealand took a group photo. (Photo provided/Ministry of Agriculture) Since 2017, China has started to prepare information on the production and cultivation of fresh ...
Source: Agriharvest
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