New Zealand may experience a record apple harvest this year, which may allow it to further grow its exports. Growth is likely to come from Asia, where Chinese apple and pear imports increased 146% between June 2014 and June 2015. They have since stagnated, however, with New Zealand accounting for 34% of the market, just behind the U.S. Increased demand for fresh fruit also matters for the shipping companies, which have ramped up reefer capacity in anticipation.
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