On May 15, the first batch of California cherries arrived in Guangzhou Jiangnan Market by air, opening the sales season of summer cherries. It is reported that this summer cherries are available earlier than in previous years when domestic cherries in China are in the peak sales season. The cherries that entered the Chinese market in the early days were transported by air, and both the taste and prices were relatively unstable.
Under the pandemic, cherries imported from the United States are not as popular as in previous years in the Chinese market. It is reported that it is difficult to judge whether the American cherries will do well this summer. Nonetheless, the business will continue, and for those of us who are engaged in the supply of fresh food, we must continue to work hard. All imported fruits must be inspected by customs to ensure that there is no problem before entering the Chinese market. All imported fruit buyers must purchase fruits imported through regular channels, otherwise, they will face huge troubles."