Horticulture and Support Services Industry in China

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  • Tree Nuts Annual 2012

    The Office of Agricultural Affairs in Beijing (OAA/Beijing) forecasts China’s MY2012/13 walnut and almond production at 720,000 and 5,000 metric tons, respectively.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 30 Dec 2012 related to Horticulture and Support Services in China

  • Potatoes and Potato Products Annual 2012

    Consumption expectations for potato and potato products in China remain strong which will support continued US Frozen French Fry exports to China.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 29 Dec 2012 related to Horticulture and Support Services in China

  • Potatoes Annual 2012

    The Office of Agricultural Affairs (OAA/Beijing) forecasts China’s fresh potato production in MY2012/13 at 83.5 million metric tons (MMT), a decrease of two percent from last year.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 29 Dec 2012 related to Horticulture and Support Services in China

  • Strawberries 2012

    OAA/Beijing estimates that China’s fresh and frozen strawberry production will reach 2.1 million metric tons and 150,000 metric tons, respectively.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 29 Dec 2012 related to Horticulture and Support Services in China

  • Citrus Annual 2012

    China’s total citrus production will reach 30 million metric tons (MMT) for marketing year (MY) 2012/13, up nearly three percent.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 28 Dec 2012 related to Horticulture and Support Services in China

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  • China Fresh Fruit Annual 2009

    For MY 2009, China's apple production is forecast at 32 MMT, up 7 percent from the previous year because new plantings in the northwestern provinces have begun bearing. Concentrated apple juice (CAJ) production is projected to fall to 500,000 MT due to weak global demand.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Horticulture and Support Services in China

  • China Asparagus Annual 2009

    Marking year (MY) 2010 fresh asparagus production is forecast at 200,000 metric tons (MT), a 20 percent drop from last year based on significant acreage decline. Farmers are expected to shift production to other crops on expectations of continued low prices.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Horticulture and Support Services in China

  • Marketing U.S. Fresh Deciduous Fruits in South China

    Though the pace of China’s economic growth slowed down in 2012, demand for high quality imported fresh deciduous fruit was not significantly impacted.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 28 Nov 2012 related to Horticulture and Support Services in China

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