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  • EDAMAME IN CHINA

    Update: 28/06/2020     Editor: TAKOSA FOOD

    edamame in china

    EDAMAME which translated from Japanese word 「枝豆·えだまめ」 is a popular side dish/snack food in both Japan and China.

    FARMING AREAS
    Edamame was first introduced to Fujian Province in 1988 and then expanding to across the China. Today there're three main production areas of IQF edamame in China (from South to North): Fujian, Zhejiang and Shandong.

    HARVEST TIME (subjects to weather change)
    →Early/Mid June (Fujian).
    →Late June/Early July (Zhejiang).
    →Mid/Late July (Shandong).

    VARIETY
    Varieties of Chinese edamame include Taiwan 75, Taiwan 292, Taiwan 305, Green Diamond, etc. All of them were improved to be suitable for local nature conditions. Totally, edamame plants grows well under dry hot climate, and detest rain and flood.
    As so far, Taiwan 75 farming in Fujian has the best performance on sweet taste and plump kernels (Quality Specification). Spring sowing at the mid/end of March, and blooming 40days later, finally harvesting at the mid of June.

    CHINESE v.s. TAIWANESE v.s. JAPANESE
    All three have similar varieties. Taiwan introduced and improved varieties of edamame from Japan since the 1970s, while China introduced and improved it from Taiwan by the end of 1980s.
    Japan surely has lowest supply capacity among three because of bold domestic consumption to edamame. As a statistic tells, in 2017, Japan imported frozen edamame from China (≈20,000mt) as well as Taiwan (≈31,000mt).

    OVERALL SCALE OF CHINESE EDAMAME
    The yields of Chinese edamame is estimated to reach upwards of 54,000mt in 2019, and about 41,000mt of them were exported to global market.

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