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NOT many crops can rival the kind of glamour and interest that is generated by large-scale commercially grown durians.
BALIK PULAU: It’s that time of the year again when hardcore durian lovers are drawn to orchards to savour the freshest fruits here.
ISKANDAR PUTERI: The Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (Fama) has given its assurance there will not be an oversupply of seasonal fruits, especially durians, in Johor.
KUALA LUMPUR: With 50,000 visitors, both local and foreign, expected to hit Bentong this weekend for the Malaysia International Durian Cultural Tourism Festival, organisers are looking at ways to liven up their experience even more.
PUCHONG: Durian pizza as well as durian-skin chicken soup are some of the ways in which the “king of fruits” is being consumed in China.
While there are many Malaysians who profess a love of durians, few are passionate enough about the so-called “King of Fruits” to make it the foundation of an export-oriented business since the fruit isn’t exactly well-known outside of South-East Asia.
MALAYSIA will now have to change its marketing strategy to sell its agriculture products in China.