Cherry exports grow in pre-coronavirus market
The value of Australian cherry exports for the past season grew by nearly 3 percent to $82 million.
The season was mostly unaffected by coronavirus restrictions, with China still the top location for the fruit where 1500 tonnes of the fruit were sent.
To find out more about the export season, and what planning looks like for next season, rural editor Eddie Summerfield spoke with Cherry Growers Australia President Tom Eastlake:
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