While dragonfruit in Vietnam has seen prices plummet, the fruit is being sold for VND200,000 per kilogram in Australian supermarkets and VND600,000 in the Netherlands.
In Vietnam, there are countless famous and delicious specialty fruits. One day soon Vietnam will have more high-class fruit brands that attract domestic and international consumers.
This exceptional jackfruit, grown by gardeners in the Southwest of Vietnam, always sells out despite its sky-high price.
In the first 11 months of this year dragonfruit exports fell by 10 per cent because of the COVID-19 pandemic but still dominated Vietnamese fruit exports with shipments of more than US$1 billion.
In the 2020 season, Lang Son Province and other ministries have actively promoted trade, brands, as well the consumption of "Chi Lang" custard apple fruit in the markets of Hanoi and other localities nationwide.
Vietnam’s fruit exporters has been striving to sell to new markets because they understand that reliance on the Chinese market will bring high risks.
Vietnamese fruit products have recently been granted licenses to make inroads into a number of the global market, opening up plenty of prospects that can ensure the sustainable export of its fruits.
Vietnam has become the ninth largest importer of fresh fruit from the US.
More than 10 key agricultural products of Vietnam are being sold across 160 countries and territories worldwide.