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Spanish grapes gain access to Chinese market

Chinese open their doors to Spanish stone fruit

Chinese open their doors to Spanish stone fruit

Published on Apr 14th, 2016

China and Spain this week signed a phytosanitary protocol opening the Chinese market to imports of Spanish plums, peaches, nectarines and saturn (flat) peaches.

The first Spanish exports, probably by air, could start this season but first inspectors from AQSIQ, China’s customs and quarantine authority, must visit Spain to verify compliance requirements in the field, according to Fepex, the Spanish federation of associations of producers and exporters of fruit, vegetables, flowers and live plants.

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