A Vietnamese specialty fruit that is favored by China, bought the most after durian, dragon fruit, and bananas

Published Feb 25, 2024

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Vietnam's jackfruit exports saw a significant increase in 2023, with the export value in December reaching 36.3 million USD, marking a 101.5% increase from the previous year. The total export value for the year was 236.8 million USD, a 44.6% increase from 2022. China is the primary consumer of Vietnamese jackfruit, particularly the Thai variety, which is used in dried products and jackfruit powder. The surge in the price of red-flesh jackfruit is attributed to China's increased demand. The growth in exports has been facilitated by the signing of fruit and vegetable export protocols during General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong's visit to China in November 2022.
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According to statistics from the General Department of Customs, Vietnam's jackfruit export value in December 2023 reached 36.3 million USD, a sudden increase of 101.5% compared to December 2022. This is the largest increase among all fruit products, higher than durian. Accumulated in the 12 months of 2023, jackfruit export value reached 236.8 million USD, up 44.6% over the same period in 2022, accounting for 5.9% proportion. This is the 4th product in terms of export turnover in December 2023, after durian, dragon fruit and bananas. Among markets, China is the top customer of Vietnamese jackfruit. The country of billions of people mainly imports jackfruit from Thailand and Vietnam. Although jackfruit from Malaysia is of higher quality, import turnover is still behind Vietnam and Thailand. Jackfruit imported from Vietnam to China is mainly the Thai jackfruit variety (Chanrai jackfruit) with yellow flesh and some red-fleshed jackfruit. In addition, China also imports most of it to ...
Source: Danviet
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