Availability: whole year long.

Origin: Vietnam (Long An, TIen Giang, Binh Thuan).

Type: White Flesh Dragonfruit.

Shelf time: 7-10 days

Quality: 1st class.

Size: 2-3pcs/kg

Packing details: 4 kgs/ctn, 5 kgs/ctn, 9 kgs/ctn, 9.5 kgs/ctn or as customer’s request.

2000 – 2200 cartons per container 20’DC




Dragon Fruit plant take 28-31 days to harvest the ripe fruit.

With the technology, nowadays Dragon Fruit is available all year long. The main period of time of Dragon Fruit plan is from April till September.


Big size from 460 grs up.

Small size from 300 grs to 450 grs


4 kgs/ctn, 5 kgs/ctn, 9 kgs/ctn, 9.5 kgs/ctn or as customer’s request.


South to the North of Vietnam, including some very famous province as Binh Thuan, Long An, Tien Giang Province, Vietnam.


Dragon Fruit is a beautiful  fruit grown in Southeast Asia, Mexico, Central and South America, it is known as a variety of other names, including Pitahaya, Pitaya, Strawberry pear, mood flower, Skogkaktus, Pa-ni-ni, Catobarse or Long-gou. It is a member of the cactus family.

The fruit is ellipsoid in shape with scales, and the fruit on the inside is either white or pink in color.

The fruit is embedded with many black seeds, and the taste is usually slightly sweet.

Originating in Mexico and South America, the Dragon Fruit is now commercially grown throughout Asia, especially as Vietnam which is very popular and easily available in all fruit marker or supermarkets at affordable prices.

Dragon Fruit is sweet and crunchy, with a flavor that’s like a taste between kiwi and pear.


Dragon Fruit will become very less ripe after cutting down from the plants, therefore it is important to select a ripe Dragon Fruit.

To choose a ripe Dragon Fruit: look for bright, even color skin. A ripe Dragon Fruit is supposed to have sweet flavor, but only the ugly ones will be truly tripe. The dragon fruit should feel firm, but yield to gentle pressure. It should feel heavy for its size.

If the Dragon Fruit feels mushy, it is overripe.

If it feels hard, it is still green and will have the flavor of a cucumber

If the fruit has a lot of blotches, it may over ripe (a few is normal)

Avoid to choose: Overly hard fruits as well as the one with a lot of dark blotches or bruises, brown dry spots or dry spines.


Store Dragon Fruits in a cool dry place for up to one week.

Refrigeration is not recommended since Dragon Fruit is highly sensitive to cold damage.


Washing the Dragon Fruit. Cut it in half lengthwise with the sharp knife then use a spoon to take out the flesh of the peel. We even can take the peel off by hand easily.

For sure fruits is always delicious to eat fresh without cooking.


There are many kinds of dishes to use Dragon Fruit both peel and flesh.

Juice from Dragon Fruit Peel mixed with milk


Dragon Fruit Salad with Chili


Fresh Dragon Fruits mixed up


Dragon Fruit Jelly



Dragon Fruit is low in calories  and offer numerous nutrients such as Vitamin C, Phosphorus, Calcium, Plus Fiber and Antioxidants.

Healthy fat: the seeds of Dragon Fruit are very high in polyunsaturated fatty acid. These help reduce triglyceride and lower the rish of cardiovascular disorder!

Phytoalbumins: Dragon Fruit contain phytoalbumins molecules that have antioxidant properties that help prevent the formation of cancer cells. Dragon Fruits also speed the process of heavy metal detoxification from the body which is important considering the environment toxins we encounter daily.

Vitamins B: Dragon Fruits contains B1 vitamins for better carbohydrate metabolism, B2 vitamins for recovery and improvemtnt of appetite, and B3 vitamins for reducing bad cholesterol and improving skin condition.

Calcium: One dragon fruit contain around 8.8g of calcium which repair and helps preventing osteoporosis in old age.

Vitamin C: 1kg of dragon fruit provides you with 50% of your daily vitamin C requirement!. Vitamin C is an important antioxidant that helps destroy free radicals in the body (molecule that may cause cancer and other health problems).

In Taiwan, diabetics use Dragon Fruit

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