Demand for Quality Australian Stone Fruit has grown rapidly over the last decade, this has largely been a result of improved market access to China. Export Protocols for Australian Stone Fruit are in place, however, to protect Importing Countries from pests such as Fruit Fly and Codling Moth. In general phytosanitary treatments for these Pests can include methyl bromide fumigation or cold disinfestation. Importing Countries often mandate that a Phytosanitary Certificate accompanies all exports, while other importing countries require both a Phytosanitary Certificate and an Export Inspection are required in addition to a Phytosanitary disinfestation Treatment.
In addition to the extensive Phytosanitary requirements for Stone Fruit Exports, the perishable nature and high value of Stone Fruit requires an experienced and committed supply chain partner. A partner that understands fresh produce, a partner that has the experience and resources, and above all, a partner you can trust.
Valley Pack services start at the Farm Gate and end at the Port or Air-Freight Terminal.