California cherries have already entered the market, although in small quantities

California cherries have already entered the market, although in small quantities

Week 21 Fruit Wholesale Market Report.

A small amount of California cherries has entered the market, along with Xinjiang apricots, which were launched last week. End-of-season imported fruits also include Chilean grapes and plums, with Chilean seedless red grapes priced higher than in the same period last year, according to the Week 21 Fruit Wholesale Market Report.

Currently, there are not many air-shipped cherries from the United States, and fewer merchants are selling them. Some merchants mentioned that the current prices are high, and they might start selling in one to two weeks. The earliest batch of 5KG products arrived at about ¥1,000 per piece, gradually dropping to ¥850-900 per piece. Some of the more ripened batches sold for about ¥700.

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