Xuất khẩu trái bưởi của Việt Nam - VIETNAM PUMMELO EXPORT

Xuất khẩu trái bưởi của Việt Nam

HS: 8054000

Các quốc gia nhập khẩu BƯỞI từ Việt Nam (đang chờ sự chấp thuận của Hoa Kỳ):

  • Netherlands
  • HongKong
  • Qatar
  • Thailand
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Canada
  • Singapore
  • Russian Federation
  • Australia
  • Germany
  • Taiwan
  • Korea (Republic)

Một số hình thức đóng gói

  • Hạng I–II, 8–12 trái/kiện/11 kg
  • Múi BƯỞI cấp đông (250 gram/hộp/12 hộp/kiện/5 kg), (48 gói/2 kiện/10 kg)

 

GIÁ BƯỞI HẠNG I BÁN LẺ TẠI HOA KỲ

(ngày 06/11/2020)

Stt

Thành phố

Đóng gói

(Bushel cartons)

Giá trung bình (USD)

Quy đổi

USD/kg

Xuất xứ

Cỡ

1

BALTIMORE

7/10

33

1,8

CALI

18s

2

DETROIT

7/10

35

1,9

CALI

12s

3

LOS ANGELES

7/10

32,8

1,8

CALI

8s

4

LOS ANGELES

7/10

32

1,8

CALI

10s

5

LOS ANGELES

7/10

30,5

1,7

CALI

12s

6

LOS ANGELES

7/10

27,5

1,5

CALI

18s

7

NEW YORK

4/5

31

1,7

FLORIDA

10s

8

PHILADELPHIA

4/5

27,5

1,5

FLORIDA

12s

9

SAN FRANCISCO

7/10

32

1,8

CALI

12s

 

Ghi chú:

4/5 Bushel cartons (tiêu chuẩn của FL) bằng 40 LBs (tương đương hơn 18 kg);

7/10 Bushel cartons (tiêu chuẩn của TX) bằng 40 LBs (tương đương hơn 18 kg);

7/10 Bushel cartons (tiêu chuẩn của AZ, CA) bằng 34 LBs (tương đương hơn 15,4 kg).

HS code: 8054000

Importing Countries from Vietnam:

  • Netherlands
  • HongKong
  • Qatar
  • Thailand
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Canada
  • Singapore
  • Russian Federation
  • Australia
  • Germany
  • Taiwan
  • Korea (Republic)

Packaging Description

  • 11 kg/carton, Size 10–12–14, 70140 fresh PUMMELO
  • 16 kg/barrel, Net Weight: 12.800 kg
  • 19 kg/barrel, Net Weight: 7.600 kg
  • 16,5 kg/carton
  • 13,0 kg/carton
  • Type 1–2, 10 fruits/carton
  • 0,91,1 kg/fruit (16 fruits/carton, Net Weight: 16 kg)
  • Net Weight: 7–11 kg/barrel, Gross Weight: 8–12 kg/carton
  • PUMMELO cloves (250 gram/box/12 boxes/carton)
  • Freezer bag (48 pack/2 cartons x 10 kg)
  • Frozen PUMMELO cloves (packed with 10 kg/PE bag/carton, 300 cartons, Net Weight: 3 tons).

Trading

  • Importers

(Providing up on request)

  • Exporters

(Providing up on request)

 

Retail prices of grade I PUMMELO in the US (November 6, 2020)

 

No.

City

Packed

(Bushel cartons)

Average price

(USD)

Converted

USD/kg

Origin

Size

1

BALTIMORE

7/10

33

1,8

CALI

18s

2

DETROIT

7/10

35

1,9

CALI

12s

3

LOS ANGELES

7/10

32,8

1,8

CALI

8s

4

LOS ANGELES

7/10

32

1,8

CALI

10s

5

LOS ANGELES

7/10

30,5

1,7

CALI

12s

6

LOS ANGELES

7/10

27,5

1,5

CALI

18s

7

NEW YORK

4/5

31

1,7

FLORIDA

10s

8

PHILADELPHIA

4/5

27,5

1,5

FLORIDA

12s

9

SAN FRANCISCO

7/10

32

1,8

CALI

12s

 

Note:

4/5 Bushel cartons (standard of FL) equal to 40 LBs (equivalent to more than 18 kg)

7/10 Bushel cartons (TX standard) equal to 40 LBs (equivalent to more than 18 kg)

7/10 Bushel cartons (standard of AZ, CA) equal to 34 LBs (equivalent to more than 15.4 kg)

 

The following terms and definitions are frequently used in Fruit and Vegetable Market News reports:

QUALITY includes size, color, shape, texture, cleanness, freedom from defects, and other more permanent physical properties of a product which can affect its market value.

The following terms, when used in connection with “quality,” are interpreted as meaning: FINE: Better than good. Superior in appearance, color, and other quality factors.

GOOD: In general, stock which has a high degree of merchantability with a small percentage of defects.

FAIR: Having a higher percentage of defects than “good.”

ORDINARY: Having a heavy percentage of defects as compared to “good.”

POOR: Having a heavy percentage of defects, with a low degree of salability, except to “low priced” trade. More than 50 percent grade defects.

CONDITION includes stage of maturity, decay, freezing injury, shriveling, or any other deterioration which may have occurred, or progressed since the product was harvested and which may continue to progress.

The following terms, when used in connection with “condition,” are interpreted as meaning: GOOD: Such condition does not justify price reduction because of condition factors.

FAIR: Having a slight degree of off-condition factors which may warrant a small price reduction as compared to “good.”

ORDINARY: Having a heavier degree of off-condition factors which may warrant a substantial price reduction as compared to “good.”

POOR: So badly off-condition as may warrant heavy price reduction.

HOLDOVERS: Refers to merchandise that has been on the terminal market or at shipping point longer than normal, but remains near its original condition. Prices are discounted in order to clear supplies because shelf-life is reduced.

DEMAND represents the immediate or current desire for a product coupled with the ability and willingness of the buyer to buy it.

The following terms, when used in connection with “demand,” are interpreted as meaning:

EXCEEDS SUPPLY/OFFERINGS: When demand is substantially greater than available supplies/offerings.

VERY GOOD: Demand is well above average for seasonally normal supplies/offerings. GOOD: Demand is better than average and trading is more active than normal.

FAIRLY GOOD: Demand is slightly above average buyer interest and trading. MODERATE: Average buyer interest and trading.

FAIRLY LIGHT: Buyer interest and trading are slightly below average.

LIGHT: Demand is below average.

VERY LIGHT: Few buyers are interested in trading.

PRACTICALLY NO DEMAND: Indicates a stagnant condition on the market, with very little interest and very few or no sales.

The following terms, when used in Market News, Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act (PACA), or Federal-State inspection documents, are interpreted as meaning:

Occasional

1 to 5%

Few

6 to 10%

Some

11 to 25%

Many

26 to 50%

Mostly

51 to 90%

Generally

91 to 100%

 

Market Terms
PRICE TREND
indicates comparisons with conditions and prices which prevailed on the previous day, and in certain situations, conditions expected on the day following, or both.

STRONG: Prices are measurably higher than the previous trading session, and it is the reporter’s opinion that the trend toward higher prices has not yet reached its highest level.

MUCH HIGHER: Prices are substantially higher than the previous trading day.
HIGHER: The majority of sales have prices which are measurably higher than the previous trading session.

SLIGHTLY HIGHER: A condition in which advances are less definite and less general than when “higher” is used.

UNSETTLED: Used rarely to indicate a condition of market uncertainty with lack of agreement by the trade as to whether prices tend to be lower or higher. May also represent an attitude pending the development or outcome of extraneous factors which might affect the market.

STEADY: Prices are unchanged from the previous trading session.
ABOUT STEADY: Probably the most used term since a market situation seldom remains exactly the same two or more consecutive days without some change, even though not significant.

DULL: Prices are relatively unchanged from the previous session, trading is inactive, and prices represent few sales.

SLIGHTLY LOWER: A condition in which price declines are less definite and less general than when “lower” is used.

LOWER: Prices for most sales are measurably lower than the previous trading session. MUCH LOWER: Prices are substantially lower than the previous trading session.

WEAK: Indicates a downward trend. Prices are measurably lower than the previous trading session and may be lower the following day.

DEMORALIZED: A condition in which the terminal market or shipping point is oversupplied with perishable commodities that cannot be sold except at extremely low prices.

CONTAINER APPROXIMATE NET WEIGHTS

This list shows commodities and their most common containers. The approximate net weight signifies the conversion factor used to convert weight packages to pounds.