Poland expects access for apples to China by November

Mr. Dominik Wozniak, PR Manager of the Polish association UNIA OWOCOWA, announced that October 10th will be the date of the Chinese phytosanitary services' last inspection in Poland.
This is the result of a major programme, launched by Polish Apples professionals, to gain access to the booming Chinese market.
Mr. Wozniak announced proudly: “We expect to get the final agreement for Polish apples at the beginning of November.”

This program has been led by several associations and bodies: the Association of Polish Fruit and Vegetables Fruit Union together with the European Union, the Polish government and growers. The budget was financed as follows: 50% European Union, 30% Polish Government, 20% Growers.
Mr. Wozniak adds: “We have been able to make it possible in a record time of 2 years, when it normally takes 3 years. This does represent a big event for Polish professionals, as this will enable us to enter in the booming market of China.”

Source: fructidor.com

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