New Zealand Apple Surplus in Vietnam During Low Season for Imported Fruit in Early Jun-24

Logan Pham
Published Jun 9, 2024
From late May to July, local tropical fruits like lychee, longan, and rambutan are in season, available at low prices, and in high demand among domestic consumers. During this period, year-round products like apples typically see slower sales. This coincides with the peak harvest season for New Zealand apples, leading to significant shipments to Vietnam. Due to diminished purchasing power but ample supply, there is a surplus of New Zealand apples. Prices remain stable at USD 35 to 39 per 18 kilogram (kg) carton. Compared to May-24, prices have not fluctuated significantly, yet traders report that sales are very slow in the Vietnamese market.
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