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5% drop in global peach and nectarine crop 

Turkey looks to Far East to expand export markets for stone fruit

Turkey looks to Far East to expand export markets for stone fruit

Published on Sep 24th, 2020

Turkey’s peach and nectarine crop is forecast to grow 5% to 870,000 tons in the 2020/21 campaign, according to Turkish Statistics Institute (TurkSTAT). Exports are increasing due to the large production volumes and the strong demand from the Russian and EU markets. Turkey continues to be among the top ten exporters in the world for peaches and nectarines. Farmers in major growing areas are generally satisfied with the yields and quality of their crop thanks to favourable weather conditions during the blooming and harvest period.

Taiwan’s love story with fruit remains undiminished

Taiwan’s love story with fruit remains undiminished

Published on Aug 27th, 2020

 

Taiwan is expected to import up to 15,000 tons of peaches and nectarines in 2020, mainly from the US and Chile, according to USDA data. Taiwan’s own domestic peach and nectarine crop is forecast to be up 18% to 19,000 tons in 2020 thanks to generally favourable growing condition and orchards reaching maturity. Taichung and Taoyuan remain the largest producing regions, accounting for almost 80% of domestic production. Taoyuan mainly produces early sweet varieties, including honey peaches at the higher altitudes.

Japan’s cherry crop rebounds

Record global peach and nectarine crop in 2019

Decline in Japan’s peach output

Decline in Japan’s peach output

Published on Oct 16th, 2019

 

Japan’s 2018/19 peach crop was down 9.5% to 111,500 tons, as the hot June and July with little rainfall during the maturation period July reduced fruit size. The 2019/20 harvest is expected to be similarly impacted by the weather, with FAS/Tokyo forecasting a fall in output of 11.7% to 100,000 tons. In Western Japan, up to 10% of peach trees were damaged by a typhoon in autumn 2018, while frost and hail caused damage in the centre of the country. 

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Large European peach and nectarine crop in 2019/20

Surge in exports of Australian peaches and nectarines to China

Surge in exports of Australian peaches and nectarines to China

Published on Sep 20th, 2019

Australia’s 2019/20 peach and nectarine crop is set to climb 2% to 96,000 tons from the previous year, according to FAS Canberra data. The growth is due to old varieties being replaced with newer more productive ones. The crop has benefited from large parts of the main production area, Victoria, receiving plenty of rainfall in recent months. Nectarines account for 53% of the crop and peaches for 47%. The Australian harvest runs from November to January for peaches and from January to February for nectarines.

5% increase in Turkey’s peach and nectarine crop 

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