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The Export Situation of Morel Mushrooms Has Shown a Positive Trend in Recent Years


The export situation of morel mushrooms has shown a positive trend in recent years. As a high-end ingredient, morel mushrooms are highly sought after in overseas markets, especially in developed countries such as Europe and the United States. Due to its unique taste and rich nutritional value, the demand for morel mushrooms in the international market continues to grow.

At present, the number of exports of morel mushrooms in China is much larger than the number of imports. According to statistics, in 2020, China's export volume of morel mushrooms was 62.71 tons, a year-on-year decline of 35.16%. However, by January-February 2021, the export volume of morel mushrooms showed a rebound trend, with a handling volume of 6.38 tons, a year-on-year increase of 15.5%. This growth trend indicates that China's morel mushroom industry is gradually adapting to and exploring broader overseas markets as demand for morel mushrooms increases in the international market.

The main destinations of morel mushrooms exports include the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and other developed countries. These countries have higher requirements for food safety and quality, so China's morel mushroom industry must continue to improve product quality and safety to meet the needs of overseas markets.

However, China's morel mushroom industry is still in the early stage of development, and there is still much room for improvement in market penetration. Domestic consumption demand for morel mushrooms is relatively small, which limits the number of exports to a certain extent. In order to further enhance the export volume of morel mushrooms, domestic production and processing enterprises need to increase technical research and development and quality control efforts to improve the yield and quality of morel mushrooms. At the same time, it is also necessary to strengthen market promotion and brand building to enhance the visibility and competitiveness of China's morel mushrooms in the international market.

In addition, the international market trade environment also has an impact on the export situation of morel mushrooms. With the rise of global trade protectionism and the increase of tariff barriers, China's morel mushroom exports face certain challenges. Therefore, China's government and enterprises need to strengthen communication and cooperation with overseas markets, and actively respond to trade barriers to create a more favorable external environment for the export of morel mushrooms.

In summary, although China's morel mushroom export situation in general presents a positive trend, but still need to further strengthen the production and quality control, market promotion and brand building as well as to deal with changes in the international trade environment and other aspects of efforts to promote the sustainable development of morel mushroom exports.