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Thailand is truly a paradise for fruit lovers.

It’s one of the world’s leading producers and exporters of tropical fruits such as durians, rambutans and mangoes – but even temperate fruits such as strawberries, avocados, grapes and more are available too!

Our close relationships with orchards and growers in the fruit-growing provinces of Chanthaburi and Chumphon allow us to provide competitive prices for fresh export-grade fruits. If it grows in Thailand, we can get it for you!

But if you need it frozen…

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If durian is known as the “King of Fruits,” then mangosteen is the Queen. Maybe it’s just because both fruits’ harvest seasons tend to coincide. But the mangosteen’s refreshingly tart sweetness certainly makes a delightful complement to the durian’s pungent richness. And we certainly have plenty of experience in exporting it.  

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Unlike other seasonal fruits, coconuts in Thailand are available all year round. We specialize in the young green variety, filled with delicious coconut water and soft, sweet flesh. Available in the trimmed diamond shape (pictured) or the smaller, polished ball shape for lower weightage.

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The most popular variety of mango in Thailand is the Namdokmai, and it’s easy to see why. Aside from its pleasing light-yellow skin, its flesh is melt-in-your-mouth soft and has very little fibre. It’s commonly used to make the famous Thai mango sticky rice dessert, so it’s definitely very sweet!

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The longan’s name comes from Cantonese for “dragon eye,” though interestingly enough, in Malaysia it’s known as “mata kucing” or “cat’s eye.” But no matter which animal it came from, it’s probably the sweetest and juiciest eyeball you’ve ever tasted!