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Vietnam: Custard apple from Chi Lang attracts visitors despite the pandemic

Fresh Custard Apple
Vietnam
Published Sep 24, 2021

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Chi Lang district (Lang Son province) has more than 2,000 hectares of custard apple trees. Despite having to take strict measures to prevent and control the Covid-19 epidemic, the collection and consumption of custard apple in the area up to this point is going smoothly. Traders from all over come to the garden to choose and buy custard apples.

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Chi Lang district (Lang Son province) has more than 2,000 hectares of na trees. Despite having to take strict measures to prevent and control the Covid-19 epidemic, the collection and consumption of na na in the area up to this point is basically going smoothly. Traders from all over come to the garden to choose and buy na. "Trading na for 4 years now, every trip I go to the garden to get it. Each time I carry 5-7 quintals to sell, because custard apple ripens quickly, I won't be able to sell a lot of it in time," said Mr. Truong - a private trader. Chi Lang in Hanoi said. This year, due to the epidemic situation, it is more difficult to transport and consume na. However, the output of custard apple sold is reaching 18,000 tons, for an expected revenue of 720 billion dong. Each day, the district consumes 300 tons of na. According to Ms. Nguyen Thi Ly, Director of Chi Lang Agricultural Cooperative, the purchasing power of the market has not decreased compared to the same period ...
Source: VNExpress
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