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China: More than 5,000 kilograms of fresh apricots from Shanxi were shipped to Russia for the first time

Published Apr 23, 2024

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On April 17, Shanxi province marked a significant milestone in its agricultural export history by shipping 5,428 kg of fresh apricots from Linyi County, Yuncheng City, to Russia. This inaugural international shipment of Shanxi's fresh apricots expands the province's fruit export variety to 14, reaching 76 countries and regions globally. Yuncheng, situated in the 'golden belt' of apple production, benefits from early fruit maturation and has successfully exported other fruits like apples, nectarines, and fresh dates, underscoring its emerging prominence in the global fruit market.
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On April 17, after passing the inspection and quarantine of Yuncheng Customs, a batch of 5,428 kg of fresh apricots produced in Linyi County, Yuncheng City was shipped to Russia. This is the first time that fresh apricots from Shanxi have gone abroad. The types of fresh fruits exported from Yuncheng, Shanxi include 13 kinds, such as apples, pears, grapes, peaches, etc., and the export countries and regions have reached 76. In 2015, Yuncheng fresh apples were exported to the United States for the first time, and Yuncheng nectarines were exported to Australia for the first time in 2016. In the same year, Yuncheng apples were exported to Peru for the first time. In 2020, Yuncheng fresh dates were exported to the United States for the first time, and in 202 In 2017, Yuncheng watermelon also achieved its first export. With the export of this batch of fresh apricots, the number of Shanxi fruit export varieties has increased to 14. Yuncheng is located in the "golden belt" of apple ...
Source: Guojiguoshu
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