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Japan as a market of tropical fruit


Acta Horticulturae ( 269): 41-46
Japan as a market of tropical fruit
Japan imported 760 409 t bananas, 138 156 t pineapples, 5291 t mangoes, 5240 t pawpaws, 3370 t avocadoes, 2114 t coconuts, 1149 t litchis, 104 t durians, 60 t cherimoyas, 22 t pitayas, 15 t passion fruits, 15 t cactus fruits, 7.7 t granadillas, and 3.2 t maracujas in 1988. If this volume of trade is to be expanded, Japan needs to improve its plant quarantine and pest eradication procedures.

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