The U.S. imported 45.8 million single-strength-equivalent gallons of apple juice during April, up 41 percent from March and up 12 percent from a year ago. Importers may have playing catchup after business with China declined sharply during China’s COVID shutdown: 65 percent of apple juice concentrate imports were supplied by China in April, up from 58 percent in March.

Europe and Turkey continue to provide most of the U.S.’s remaining imported AJC: Turkey shipped a season-high 7.4 million SSE gallons, Poland 3.3 million gallons, and Ukraine 2.7 million gallons.

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U.S. monthly apple juice imports

Source: USDA
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