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NZ’s cherry exports strong

New Zealandís cherry exports have hit around 1,300 tonnes for the season, worth NZ$20m

NZ’s cherry exports strong

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Cherry exports hit around 1,300 tonnes, according to Ingrid Hofman of exporter Le Fresh, who said the product was worth NZ$20m (US$14m) to New Zealand.

The season’s cherries were sent to 12 markets in Asia, Europe and North America, Ms Hofman told Radio New Zealand.

New Zealand’s apricot season is expected to last a little longer, and will be worth around NZ$10m (US$7m) this year, with the majority exported to Australia.

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