Durian prices expected to drop in June

Prized fruit: Hock Beng showing the Musang King durian at his stall along Macalister Road in Penang. — CHAN BOON KAI/The Star

GEORGE TOWN: The price of durians is expected to dip next month when the Pahang fruiting season begins and there is more supply.

Durian stall operator Ang Hock Beng, 65, said prices are high right now because Penang, which sends much of the supply to Kuala Lumpur, is running low on durians.

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