New Zealand’s “Sunshine Golden Fruit” continues to shine in Chinese market
In early April, an international freighter loaded with New Zealand’s 2022 kiwifruit will arrive at Taizhou port in China.
On March 24, when the “fresh first ship” made its maiden voyage from the Port of Tauranga, New Zealand, the “High-end Dialogue on China-New Zealand Fruit Industry Policy” co-hosted by the International Business Daily of Chinese Ministry of Commerce and NEXT Federation was held online. The meeting was co-chaired by Tony Browne (Chinese name: Bao Yizhi), Chairman of the Council of NEXT Federation and former New Zealand Ambassador to China, and Yu Shiwei, Vice President of International Business Daily of China’s Ministry of Commerce. At the same time, a maiden voyage ceremony was held for New Zealand’s new season of kiwifruit exported to China.