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South Korea: Seosan exports 3.5 tons of Shine Muscat grape to Taiwan

Fresh Grape
Fruits
South Korea
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 1, 2023

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Seosan City in South Chungcheong Province, South Korea, has announced that an additional 3.5 tons of Shine Muscat grapes grown locally have been exported to Taiwan. This brings the total export volume of Seosan Shine Muscat grapes to East Asia this year to 6.5 tons. The city plans to focus on developing overseas markets and expanding exports to countries with secured sales channels to overcome the crisis of oversupply in the domestic market.
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(Seosan = Yonhap News) Reporter Jeong Yun-deok = Seosan City, South Chungcheong Province, announced on the 1st that an additional 3.5 tons of Shine Muscat grapes grown locally were exported to Taiwan. The export volume shipped from the farm the day before was headed to Taiwan from Busan Port on this day. Seosan Shine Muscat was previously exported to Taiwan and Singapore in February at 1.6 tons, and in October, 1.4 tons were exported to Hong Kong. With this additional export to Taiwan, this year's export volume to East Asia increased to 6.5 tons (equivalent to approximately 80 million won). The city plans to thoroughly manage sugar content and quality, while focusing on developing overseas markets with farmers and further expanding exports to countries where sales channels are secured. Park Byeong-yeol, head of the Agricultural and Food Distribution Department, said, “The ...
Source: Yna
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