Vietnamese Fruit and vegetable exports are at a historical record highs

According to the data of Vinafruit which is the Vietnam Fruits and Vegetable Association Exports during the initial third quarter of 2023 valued at US$4.1 billion. That’s 22 percent more than the entire year 2022, Vinafruit said. Durian as well as banana and dragon fruit were the primary drivers of the rise in value, including durian leading the way as it climbed into the billion dollar export club.

China has been the most important importer, purchasing $2.3 billion of fruit and other vegetables from Vietnam over the beginning of the year. That’s an increase of 134% year-on-year and accounting for 64% portion of. The top three importers are those from the U.S. ($168 million, 6percent lower over the same time), South Korea ($148 million, an increase of 18 percent) as well as Japan ($123 million an increase of 6percent).).

Durian exports jumped 20 percent in the past year. Contrary to Thai as well as Philippine kinds, Vietnamese durian is able to be picked even during the winter months, which means that their products have higher value due to this.


Source: The Plantations International Agroforestry Group of Companies