Kyrgyzstan Increases Fruit and Nut Imports from China by 86%

by Ella

Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan – Kyrgyzstan significantly boosted its import of fruits and nuts from China by 86% in the first four months of 2024, according to the General Administration of Customs of China. The value of these imports from January to April amounted to $169.4 million.

The physical volume of these imports surged 3.3 times, reaching 139,200 tons. The bulk of this increase came from 12 key products, which accounted for 94% of the total import value.


Breakdown of Imports by Product:

Tangerines: $49.5 million


Shelled Walnuts: $30.1 million


Pears: $18.5 million


Apples: $13.1 million

Unshelled Walnuts: $12.2 million

Grapes: $9.4 million

Fresh or Dried Lemons and Limes: $7.2 million

Fresh or Dried Grapefruit and Pomelos: $6.3 million

Fresh or Dried Bananas: $4.1 million

Fresh or Dried Mangoes: $4.0 million

Fresh or Dried Pineapples: $2.9 million

Fresh or Dried Oranges: $2.5 million

This marked increase in imports underscores Kyrgyzstan’s growing demand for Chinese fruits and nuts, reflecting a broader trend of strengthening trade ties between the two countries.



Wellfoodrecipes is a professional gourmet portal, the main columns include gourmet recipes, healthy diet, desserts, festival recipes, meat and seafood recipes, etc.

【Contact us: [email protected]

Copyright © 2023