The government promotes a market diversification policy to reduce the risk of dependence on a single market. Expand to new markets with more purchasing power to more provincial levels
Ms. Ratchada Thanadirek, Deputy Spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office, revealed that Thailand is the number 1 source of fruit imports in China and has a share of 41.3% in China’s fruit market, reflecting the potential of Thai products. Ready to advise entrepreneurs to maintain quality standards of fruit Prepare to export to the Chinese market in each province including other interesting markets.
Currently, the General Administration of Customs of China (GACC) allows the import of more than 22 types of fruit from Thailand, including tamarind, custard apple, papaya, star fruit, guava, rambutan, longkong, sapodilla, passion fruit, peeled orange, orange, pomelo, pineapple, banana, coconut, jackfruit, longan, durian, mango, lychee, mangosteen and rose apple.