Durian prices in Vietnam on April 19

Fresh Durian
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 20, 2024

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As of April 19, 2024, Vietnam's durian market has seen significant developments with low domestic prices, yet a substantial increase in export turnover, reaching nearly 1.3 billion USD in the first quarter. The country's durian exports to China have surged from 188 million USD in 2022 to 2.2 billion USD in 2023, now holding a 32% market share. With over 112,000 hectares dedicated to durian cultivation yielding 863,000 tons, Vietnam serves major markets including China, Thailand, Japan, and the US. The potential for growth in durian exports is promising, expected to possibly reach 3-3.5 billion USD/year, driven by an increase in growing area codes and the potential introduction of a frozen durian protocol.
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Durian prices today, April 19, 2024, continue to stand at a low level, especially in the Eastern and Central Highlands provinces. Beautiful Ri6 durians stand at the highest price of 88,000 VND/kg. The price of Thai durian in the Southwest region stands at the highest level of 115,000 VND/kg. Specifically, durian prices at the garden today: Ri6 durian at 65,000 - 88,000 VND/kg; Thai durian price is at 85,000 - 115,000 VND/kg; Musangking durian maintains the price of 160,000 - 190,000 VND/kg. Durian prices today in the Southwest region: Beautiful Ri6 durian and Ri6 durian reach 70,000 - 88,000 VND/kg, beautiful Ri6 durian stands at 85,000-88,000 VND/kg; Beautiful Thai durian at 113,000 - 115,000 VND/kg; Thai durian is priced at 93,000 - 95,000 VND/kg. Durian price today in the Southeast region: The price of beautiful Ri6 durian and bucket Ri6 durian has a purchasing price of 70,000 - 83,000 VND/kg; Beautiful Thai durian at 110,000 - 113,000 VND/kg; Meanwhile, Thai durian stands at ...
Source: Danviet
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