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Fewer New Zealand apples will go for processing

The country will send some 120,000 tonnes of apples for processing this year, down from nearly 133,000 tonnes in 2018.

Total apple production will also be down and the demands of the fresh export market must be met first, hence the reduction in processing fruit. New Zealand will produce some 558,000 tonnes of apples this year, compared with 580,000 tonnes last year – though this was a particularly productive year.

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