Vietnam’s main products in fruit and vegetable exports

Regulation & Compliances
Market & Price Trends
Published Nov 9, 2023

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The export value of fruits and vegetables in Vietnam is expected to reach a record high of $5.5 billion in 2023, with durian being the key contributor. The opening of China's market and the signing of a protocol have boosted export momentum. Fruit and vegetable exports have already reached record highs, with durian accounting for the largest export volume, followed by jackfruit, mango, longan, grapefruit, and watermelon. Efforts are being made to increase trade promotion, improve product quality, and explore new markets to sustain the growth of the fruit and vegetable industry.
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It is expected that the export value of fruits and vegetables will reach 5.5 billion US dollars for the first time in 2023, setting a record. Among them, durian is the commodity that contributes the most to the export miracle of the vegetable and fruit industry, with an estimated value of about 2 billion US dollars. ​ Experts say that China's opening of its border gates from the beginning of this year and the signing of the protocol at the end of 2022 have created momentum for exports in 2023. ​ Explosive development of fruit and vegetable exports ​ According to statistics from the General Administration of Customs, fruit and vegetable exports hit a record high in September, reaching US$667.5 million, a month-on-month increase of nearly 44%. However, this record will soon be broken, because the export volume of fruits and vegetables in October is expected to reach more than US$699 million, up from US$699 million. An increase of nearly 5% in September. Compared with October ...
Source: Foodmate
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