Currently, most of dragon fruits are exported to China and some other countries such as Japan, Korea, Australia, USA, Thailand, etc.
The province has 11,692.6 ha of dragon fruits, with an annual output of over 250,000 tons. Currently, most of dragon fruits are exported to China and some other countries such as Japan, Korea, Australia, USA, Thailand, etc.
Considered as the "capital" of dragon fruit, Chau Thanh district specializes in producing high quality dragon fruits which are all grown according to VietGAP, GlobalGAP standards. Director of Tam Vu Dragon Fruit Cooperative – Truong Quang An shared: "The Cooperative also actively promotes the application of science and technology to production. All members of the Cooperative apply safe production methods. Every year, the Cooperative exports more than 10,000 tons of dragon fruits to foreign markets".
In recent years, lemons have been considered as one of the crops that bring high economic benefits to people. Currently, the province has 9,593ha of lemon, concentrated mainly in Ben Luc and Thanh Hoa districts. Long An's seedless lemon products also gradually affirmed its position. In addition to dragon fruit and lemon, banana is also gradually "entering" into the fastidious Japanese market.
Reported by Tan Phong
Translated by Lan Vy