Cheli is very familiar to us. It can be said to be one of the top-grade fruits in the fruit circle. It is red in appearance, sweet and sour in taste, and rich in iron. It is especially suitable for some patients with anemia. In the market, our most common New Zealand Cheli is the world's most expensive, and only 60 days. New Zealand has a superior geographical location, cold winter, long summer sunshine, can make Cheli sweet to 17-23, and New Zealand has strict export standards, from picking to transportation are through layers of procedures.
Every year when the northern hemisphere enters the cold winter, it is also the harvest season of Cheli in the southern hemisphere. Cherry from Chile and Australia in the southern hemisphere has appeared in the domestic fruit market, and New Zealand cherry season, known as the top quality cherry in the southern hemisphere, is coming.