From China Daily (link):
Vegetables from Taiwan will be showcased for the first time on the mainland at an agricultural exhibition on April 20 in East China’s Shandong Province.
Taiwan’s involvement in the exhibition was made possible after the government annulled import tariffs on 15 categories of Taiwan-grown fruits last August.
He Ziyang, deputy director of administration department from the Ministry of Agriculture said more activities, such as forums and exhibitions would be organized to encourage more Taiwan farming produce to enter the mainland’s market.
See also Wikipedia’s “agriculture in Taiwan”
And “Taiwan’s position paper on fruit exports to Mainland of Aug. 2005″ and “Chinese mainland and Taiwan should enhance agricultural cooperation” on People’s Daily of July 2005