Research Report on Almond Imports in China 2020-2024

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Description
According to CRI, from August 2018 to July 2019, China’s Almond production was 43 kilotons.
Almond in China is only intensively cultivated in Hetian area of Kashgar, Xinjiang province. Almond consumption highly depends on imports in China because of the large gap between the demand and the limited domestic supply.
According to CRI, from 2017 to 2019, the import volume and value of almonds increased year by year in China. But in the first half of 2020, the import volume was only 10.46 kilotons in China, less than half of that in 2019. Most almonds are imported through Guangdong Customs.
Chinese market divides almonds into two categories according to whether they are shelled or not.
According to CRI, California is the largest almond supplier in the world. More than 80% almonds in the world are produced in California. Thus, the United States was the largest source of China’s almond imports before the Sino-US trade war. China imposed a 50% tariff on American almonds in 2018.
After that, Chinese importers looked for Australian and Thai almonds as substitutes, and Australia replaced the USA as major source of imported almonds in China.

Readers may obtain the following information through this report:
– Economic Environment of Almonds Industry in China
– Policies in Imported Almonds in China
– Analysis of Supply and Demand of Almonds in China
– Analysis of Imported Almonds in China
– Analysis of Major Sources of Almonds in China
– Price Trend of Imported Almonds in China
– China’s import of almonds into customs

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
1 The Development Environment of China’s Almond Imports
1.1 China’s Consumption Environment
1.2 The Policy Environment for China’s almond imports

2 The Status of China’s Almond Imports from 2017 to 2020
2.1 Classification of Almonds by China Customs
2.2 Total Import Volume and Value
2.3 Sub Products Import Volume and Value
2.3.1 Almonds in Shell
2.3.2 Shelled Almonds

3 Major Importers of Almonds in China
3.1 Zhongdi
3.2 Tianchen Shangpin

4 China’s Major Sources of Almond Imports 2017-2020
4.1 China’s main sources of almond imports in 2017
4.1.1 Almonds in Shell
4.1.2 Shelled Almonds
4.2 China’s main sources of almond imports in 2018
4.2.1 Almonds in Shell
4.2.2 Shelled Almonds
4.3 China’s main sources of almond imports in 2019
4.3.1 Almonds in Shell
4.3.2 Shelled Almonds
4.4 China’s main sources of almond imports in 2020
4.4.1 Almonds in Shell
4.4.2 Shelled Almonds

5 Imported Volume and Value of Almonds by Provincial-level Customs in China, 2017-2020
5.1 Imported Volume and Value of Almonds by Provincial-level Customs in China 2017
5.1.1 Almonds in Shell
5.1.2 Shelled Almonds
5.2 Imported Volume and Value of Almonds by Provincial-level Customs in China 2018
5.2.1 Almonds in Shell
5.2.2 Shelled Almonds
5.3 Imported Volume and Value of Almonds by Provincial-level Customs in China 2019
5.3.1 Almonds in Shell
5.3.2 Shelled Almonds
5.4 Imported Volume and Value of Almonds by Provincial-level Customs in China 2020
5.4.1 Almonds in Shell
5.4.2 Shelled Almonds

Table of Charts
Chart Duty on Imported Almonds in China
Chart Classification of Almond by China Customs
Chart China’s Almonds Imports, 2017 – 2020
Chart Imports of Almonds in Shell in China, 2017 – 2020
Chart Imports of Shelled Almonds in China, 2017 – 2020
Chart Profile of Zhongdi
Chart Profile of Tianchen Shangpin
Chart Major Sources of Almonds in Shell Imports in China, 2017
Chart Major Sources of Shelled Almonds Imports in China, 2017
Chart Major Sources of Almonds in Shell Imports in China, 2018
Chart Major Sources of Shelled Almonds Imports in China, 2018
Chart Major Sources of Almonds in Shell Imports in China, 2019
Chart Major Sources of Shelled Almonds Imports in China, 2019
Chart Major Sources of Almonds in Shell Imports in China, Jan. – Jun. 2020
Chart Major Sources of Shelled Almonds Imports in China, Jan. – Jun. 2020

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