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Over 30 fresh fruit items granted China market access in 2023

Fruits
China
Regulation & Compliances
Market & Price Trends
Published Jan 12, 2024

Tridge summary

In 2023, China granted permission for 31 fresh fruit items from 20 countries and regions to be imported, with significant increases compared to the previous year. The number of Asian countries and regions granted access to the Chinese market reached 23, while the numbers of African and South American countries reached six and seven, respectively, with Kazakhstan, Iran, Zimbabwe, and the Dominican Republic gaining market access for the first time. Imports of fruit and related products to China increased by 18.44% in value and 5.41% in volume in the first 11 months of 2023, with Thailand being the largest supplier.
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Original content

According to the General Administration of Customs of China, 31 fresh fruit items from 20 countries and regions were granted permission to be imported into China in 2023. The pace and scale of admission both saw substantial increases compared with the previous year. With the exception of Laotian mangos, Serbian apples, Iranian apples and South African avocados, all of the fruit items have been included in the GACC’s official list of fresh fruits permissible for import into China. Overall, the number of Asian countries and regions granted access to the Chinese market has reached 23, while the numbers of African and South American countries have reached six and seven, respectively. Four countries, namely Kazakhstan, Iran, Zimbabwe and the Dominican Republic, gained market access for the first time. In 2023, Kazakhstan and Chile each had two fruit items granted market access to China, while Iran had four and Zimbabwe had six. With the addition of Chilean peaches and apricots, a total ...
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