In recent years, with the improvement of consumption levels and changes in aesthetic awareness, Chinese consumers have started to consider more than just the price when purchasing fruit. Deeper factors such as the nutritional value and the place of origin, as well colouring have become more important.
Red is a colour that represents joy and good luck in the Chinese culture and is very popular, especially during holidays. Whether consumed immediately or presented as a gift, red fruits such as apples and dragon fruit are good choices.
Dragon fruit marketed under the brand of Beiwei 18
“The Mid-Autumn Festival is coming soon, followed by the National Day. As an ideal gift, dragon fruit is extremely sought after. So far, our products have all been pre-ordered, mainly packed in 3 and 5 kilogram boxes and sold offline."
Dragon fruit growing center
“In addition to fresh dragon fruit, we also produce juice. Production has been reduced due to weather issues, so we decided to delay the launch of this product that was planned for July. We expect the juice to become available in the near future.”
Dragon fruit processing house
“Our dragon fruit has been sold to wholesale markets and supermarkets across China, and I am happy with the price. Although it is a time when imported dragon fruit is flooding the Chinese market, it does not pose a threat to us, mainly thanks to our adherence to organic growing standards and our many years of growing activities in order to produce eco-friendly products.”
Contact: Gao Gaodong (Michael Gao)
Company: Hainan Beiwei 18 Fruits Co., Ltd.