China's citrus industry will target the international market in the future

China citrus industry:

For over 4,000 years, china has been an important supplier of citrus.

The country is rich in resources, has a wide variety, and a cultivation history of more than 4,000 years.

According to statistics, about 35% of the world’s total citrus output is used for processing.

At present, the citrus deep processing industry in China is still incomplete.

When the china’s citrus industry is compared to developed countries, there is a big gap.

With technological advancement, citrus output has increased.

As time goes by, China’s citrus processing industry will further expand.

According to data, the area of ​​China’s citrus orchards will be 2.69 million hectares in 2020.

This will constitute an increase of 3.04% year on year.

Thanks to the continuous expansion of domestic citrus planting areas, domestic citrus production is also showing a rising trend.

According to data from the National Bureau of Statistics, China’s citrus output in 2011 was 28.64 million tons, and by 2020, China’s citrus output has increased to 51.219 million tons.

The increase in citrus production will provide an abundance of raw materials for the citrus processing industry and promote the development of the citrus processing industry.

Citrus demand climbs From the perspective of import and export, in 2014-2019, domestic citrus exports were greater than citrus imports, and domestic citruses were in a state of oversupply as a whole.

From the perspective of import volume alone, the number of citruses imported by China from 2014 to 2019 has gradually increased, reaching 0.57 million tons in 2019.

The main imports are citrus varieties that are lacking in China, and the prices are relatively high.

With the development of the domestic economy and the continuous rise of people’s living standards, the demand for this kind of imported citrus is also rising, so the import volume of citrus continues to rise. Due to the impact of the epidemic in 2020, imports and […]