Singapore's durian season is just around the corner, and local fruit sellers say Malaysian durian producers are more willing to export to China than Singapore, which has a smaller market, Asia News reported.
With the arrival of durian season in Singapore, local fruit sellers expect the demand for durian to grow in about a week or two. The sales of durian are basically the same as those in previous years. The sellers hope that the lower price in durian season can attract more customers.
Singaporean sellers say Malaysian suppliers give priority to China, which means supply is limited. Since China opened up to nostalgia, there has been a supply problem. Since then, the price of maoshanwang has not come down. Singapore's market share is too small, the price of nostalgia will not be significantly affected.
Source: China Agricultural Information Network