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Vietnamese dracontomelons make Australian debut

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Vietnam has shipped 22 tons of frozen dracontomelons to Australia for over AUD390,000 ($287,000), in response to the Vietnam Trade Office in Australia.

It’s the first time that the fruits are exported to the market. Referred to as qua sau in Vietnam, the fruit is most popularly utilized in sour soups, candied with sugar and ginger, and a summertime drink.

The dracontomelons follow the durian and inexperienced mangoes in making its strategy to Australia.

With its principal harvest season extending from June to September, the dracontomelon has the potential to do effectively in the Australian market, in response to the workplace.

Different Vietnamese fruits authorized for official export to Australia embrace dragon fruit, ripe mangoes, green mangoes, lychee, and longan.

Australia is seen as an export market with excessive potential for Vietnamese agricultural produce and merchandise.

Vietnam earned over $40 million from exporting agricultural merchandise to Australia within the first half of the 12 months, a 52 percent year-on-year enhance.

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Rachel Ha
Industrial and agricultural product enthusiast. Expert on Vietnam economy. Focus on FTA agreements between Vietnam and other countries.
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