Davao Durian

Davao Durian Actors Prepare for Chinese Export Market

Davao Durian farmers and other actors in Davao, Philippines are preparing to export their produce to China after the Chinese government recently granted approval for durian exports. Davao is a key durian producing region in the Philippines and the export permit is expected to boost the local economy and create new opportunities for farmers and businesses. ์นด์ง€๋…ธ์‚ฌ์ดํŠธ

In preparation for the export market, durian producers in Davao conduct strict quality controls. To ensure their products meet the standards required by the Chinese market. This includes adhering to strict packaging and labeling regulations. As well as ensuring the durians are of high quality and free from pests and diseases. In addition to quality control measures, Davao durian players also strive to promote. Their products and establish relationships with potential buyers in China.

This includes participation in trade fairs and exhibitions as well as looking after Chinese buyers and conducting product demonstrations and tastings.

The Chinese market presents a great opportunity for durian producers in Davao as China is one of the largest durian consumers in the world. However, there are also challenges, including competition from other durian-producing countries and the need to meet strict regulatory requirements. As part of President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr.

During its state visit to China, the Philippines is estimated to start exporting at least 54,000 tons of premium fresh durian to China this year. Stakeholders are now ramping up production to meet the stringent contractual requirements. Eng Seng Food Products and Davao City-based Belviz Farms are just two of the privately held durian producers gearing up for the Sino-Philippine durian market. Tan pointed out that Eng Seng plans to export 300 to 500 durian container trucks this year.

The preferred durian varieties for export are Puyat, Duyaya and D101 because of their golden yellow flesh and pleasant taste.

I think the Philippines has great potential in the export market. Especially with our good varieties like Puyat and Duyaya that have great potential. Belviz Farms Emmanuel, President and Owner of the Durian Industry Association of Davao City (DIDC). said Belviz. According to Belviz, DIADC works closely with the national government. Particularly the Department of Agriculture (DA), to prepare the necessary documents and protocols. ์˜จ๋ผ์ธ์นด์ง€๋…ธ์‚ฌ์ดํŠธ

According to Belviz, they also help the government to help other actors in the sector, especially small farmers, to improve their production and meet export needs. โ€œIt is both a blessing and a challenge. Blessings, Dahil Nga has Tayo market, good price.the naman dahil challenge is the export market. We need to produce better and safer durian for food with more certifications. So we hope that the association and the prosecutor can help these farmers to reach this market,โ€ said Belviz.

The development of a five-year plan for the durian industry. By the Davao Regional Office (RFO) is a positive step in promoting growth and sustainability of the industry.

The plan focuses on improving technical support and providing quality planting materials. Fertilizers, pesticides, equipment and tools to durian farmers in the region. Establishing post-harvest facilities is also an important part of the plan. As it will help ensure the durian is properly handled and processed prior to sale.

By providing technical support and access to quality materials and equipment. Davao RFO aims to improve the productivity and profitability of durian cultivation in the region. This not only benefits the farmers themselves, but also contributes to the overall economic growth of the region.

Additionally, the creation of post-harvest facilities will help address one of the biggest challenges facing the durian industry: the short shelf life of the fruit. By providing the right handling and processing facilities, durian can be stored longer. And shipped to distant markets, helping to expand the reach of the industry beyond local markets. ๋ฐ”์นด๋ผ์‚ฌ์ดํŠธ

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