Tree and Bush Fruits and Nuts 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 Tree and Bush Fruits and Nuts 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 Tree and Bush Fruits and Nuts in China

  • 2012 South China Tree nut

    In 2012, U.S. almonds and walnuts remain the top imported items in South China’s tree nut market.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 29 Sep 2012 related to Tree and Bush Fruits and Nuts in China

  • Tree Nuts Annual

    In marketing year (MY) 2011 (October-September), in-shell walnut production is forecast at 696,000 metric tons (MT), up 20 percent from MY2010. Favorable weather conditions have contributed to a bumper crop in all major producing provinces.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 13 Nov 2011 related to Tree and Bush Fruits and Nuts in China

  • Strawberries -- Annual Report

    China’s fresh strawberry production for MY 2011 is estimated at 1.26 million metric tons (MMT), a ten percent decrease from MY2010, due to extremely cold weather conditions in Northern China.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 28 Jul 2011 related to Tree and Bush Fruits and Nuts in China

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  • China Tree Nuts Annual 2009

    In-shell walnut production is forecast at 560,000 MT for MY 2009, up 15 percent from the previous year, primarily due to a bumper harvest in Yunnan.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 4 Jan 2010 related to Tree and Bush Fruits and Nuts in China

  • Tomatoes and Products in China

    China’s MY 2009/10 production of tomato and tomato products is forecast at a record 39.5 MMT, with processing tomatoes accounting for nearly 20 percent of total production.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 24 Dec 2009 related to Tree and Bush Fruits and Nuts in China

  • Strawberries in China

    China’s fresh strawberry production is forecast at 1.8 MMT in MY 09/10, a 20-percent increase from MY 08/09, as a result of rapid acreage expansion in major producing provinces. Japanese varieties dominate the fresh market, while U.S. and European varieties are generally used for processing.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 24 Dec 2009 related to Tree and Bush Fruits and Nuts in China

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