South Korea: Citrus Annual

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In MY 2021/22, Korea's total citrus production is expected to drop by about 7 percent, with consumption falling by 5 percent. Korean citrus production continues to trend towards increased greenhouse growing with an emphasis on high quality fruit, and citrus faces increased competition from other domestically produced high sugar content fruits. Korean imports of U.S. oranges are projected to decline by 5 percent, with U.S. lemon and grapefruit imports mostly unchanged.

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