Taiwan: Stone Fruit Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   TW2023-0039

In MY2022/2023, Taiwan’s total cherry consumption, which is based entirely on imports, dropped to just over 12,000 MT due to extremely tight supply of U.S. cherries. Peach and nectarine imports from the United States dropped in MY2022/2023 and are forecast to further decline due to reduced U.S. yields. Chile overtook the United States as the largest supplier of both nectarines and cherries to Taiwan. Taiwan remains an important market for U.S. peach exports. However, overall demand for peaches continue to decline in the face of a competitive and price-sensitive market for fresh fruit while local production faces increasing challenges due to climate change.

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