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First day report

Smooth start for 2018 China International Fruit and Vegetable Exposition

The China International Fruit and Vegetable Exposition opened today in Beijing. The first day attracted large crowds of company representatives and visitors from all over the world.

Exposition entrance

There were three types of company that participated in the exposition: overseas companies, Chinese companies and the Beijing Xinfadi Wholesale Market. The exposition featured interesting lectures and introduced new developments in China's fruit and vegetable industry. Visitors who were interested in a visit to the Xinfadi Market could do so. Local, domestic, and foreign visitors received a warm welcome.

Red heart apples

The exposition showcased several characteristic product varieties. For example, Qu Zhenqing of Baoxing Fruit Farmer Agricultural Development Co., Ltd. presented a special red heart apple variety that drew the attention of other visitors.

Hami melons from the "Mountain of Flowers and Fruit in the Western Region"

Elzette Schutte from African Hortgro, a large-scale blueberry trading company, expressed their desire to enter the Chinese market. When asked about the exposition, she said: "I am excited to participate in this exposition. There are fewer African companies who participate in this exposition in comparison with Asia Fruit Logistica in Hong Kong. This exposition is truly aimed at the Chinese market, which is exactly what we are looking for. We hope to export blueberries to the Chinese market once our two governments reach a trade agreement."

Hami melons from the "Mountain of Flowers and Fruit in the Western Region"

Another blueberry trade company that participated was Highbush Blueberry Council. Deborah L. Payne said: "We are excited to participate in this exposition. This is an excellent exposition that showcases a wide variety of products. We have received enthusiastic feedback on our products and had the opportunity to be in touch with our customers. We export refrigerated blueberries and dried blueberries to China. We hope to expand our product range to include fresh blueberries, but we have not yet obtained permission to export fresh blueberries to the Chinese market."


Dole fruit products

Ian Cover of the Tasmanian company Fruit Growers said: "We participate in this exposition because it is a platform where we can get in touch with our clients. It is truly a great opportunity to introduce our company."

Dole fruit products

Michael Coote of the Australian company Ausveg added: "We participate in this exposition in support of the horticultural industry. All the Australian companies who come here cooperate, and as the cooperation develops, new opportunities arise for our industry. Our company exports potatoes, onions, and cauliflower to the Chinese market. We do have other products, but they have not yet obtained permission to enter the Chinese market. We hope to be able to expand the variety of our export products."


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