SOURCE: Van Phuc, Saigon Online Dragon fruits are classified as a key export fruit product and often in the groups of commodities in Vietnam registered export sales of more than US$1 billion each. Despite the fact Vietnamese dragon fruit has access to several global markets, including China, Thailand and Indonesia,
SOURCE: Leilanie Adriano, Philippine News Agency Commercial dragon fruit farming continues to attract growers all over the Philippines as countries like China and Spain manifested their interest to have a slice of this delicious cactus fruit species known for its therapeutic properties as it grows well in a tropical climate.
SOURCE: Vietnam Net Vegetables and fruits are considered a bright spot in the picture of Vietnam’s agricultural exports in the first months of this year. Many forecasts show that this export sector will have many development opportunities. The current issue is removing bottlenecks from the stage of storage and processing
SOURCE: Carl Collen, Fruitnet Vietnam’s dragon fruit exports fell 10 per cent for the January-November period of 2020, as the Covid-19 pandemic hit hard. According to a Vietnam News Agency report, the fall did not stop the fruit dominating the country’s fruit exports, with over USD 1bn in shipments during
SOURCE: Bilkis Irani, Dhaka Tribune In Bangladesh, cultivation of the fruit began in fiscal 2014-15 on five hectares of land and is a profitable crop today for the 25,000 growers. Much has been said about Vietnam closing in on Bangladesh’s long-undisputed number two spot in the global apparel market. But
SOURCE: BW Businessworld Vietnamese Ambassador to India Pham Sanh Chau has urged the Indian government to create favourable conditions, remove tariff and non-tariff barriers, and simplify administrative procedures in order to facilitate the two countries’ access to each other’s markets. During a virtual seminar, “Fruits and food: New trade opportunities
SOURCE: Nimesh Khakhariya, Times of India Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mention of Kutch farmers tasting success with dragon fruit cultivation in his July 26 ‘Mann Ki Baat’ put the spotlight on how this exotic fruit has become a money spinner for many in Gujarat. In fact, people have quit their