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Penangite Michael Saw, someone who never went near durians in his childhood, has created an instant coffee mix with powdered durian flesh that is proving popular in coffeeshosp.
PETALING JAYA: Flying foxes are disappearing from our forests and according to a team of researchers, this could be devastating to the multimillion-ringgit durian industry.
DUBBED the “King of Durian”, the Musang King is widely loved and sought after by durian aficionados.
GEORGE TOWN: Durian orchard owners are facing the prospect of a smaller harvest this season.
SHANGHAI: Besides enjoying the fruit as it is, Chinese consumers have developed a liking for durian-flavoured desserts, beverages and other food products.
GEORGE TOWN: Durian lovers are enjoying a glut of the King of Fruits brought on by the prolonged durian season since March, which has slashed prices by up to 40% compared to last year.
PETALING JAYA: Well before the durian season, tours to orchards –popular with foreign tourists – are almost all snapped up. Durians, especially the Musang King, come into season in July.
GEORGE TOWN: The December durian season, which occurs once every 12 years, is set to tantalise the taste buds of those who love the “king of fruits”.
MELBOURNE: More than 8,000 people thronged the city’s Queen Victoria Market for the recent “Durian and Fruit Party” hosted by Malaysian property developer SP Setia Bhd for the third time. The festival has gained popularity among Malaysians and their Australian friends who have become accustomed to the taste of durian.
WITH the iconic song Malaysia Truly Asia playing in the background, durian lovers enjoyed the King of Fruits at the Taiyanggong store in the Parkson Shopping Centre in Beijing, China.