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    Top 10 Online Fruit Vendors in Thailand

    Are you looking for an online vendor in Thailand where you can order high-quality fruits? Here you will find online vendors that offer, fruit baskets and gifts to send to loved ones. Below you will come across varieties of fresh fruits imported from the best farms abroad as well as tropical Thai fruits carefully picked from the best farms in Thailand.

    Fruit and Farm
    Fruit & Farm is a well-known fruit vendor that imports fresh quality fruits from all over the world. The fruits are carefully hand-picked to ensure that the highest quality is delivered to the clients. Cherries, green grapes, red grapes, Taiwan Oranges, durian, mangosteen, and longan are some of the fruits offered at Fruit and Farm. Althought, these are premium fruits that are selected for export to other countries you can still order if you are residing in Thailand. Aside from that, Fruit and Farms also arrange fruit baskets to cater for events and special occasions.

    Premium Fruit Delivery
    Premium fruit vendor imports their fruits from Korea, New Zealand, and Australia. Some of the fruits Premium Fruit imports include strawberries, blueberries, avocados, pear, envy apples, and golden kiwis. These fruits can be beautifully arranged in a brightly coloured basket to be catered for events. You can also choose the sizes as the store offers medium to large sizes. Apart from that, fruit baskets can also be a perfect gift for your friends, relatives or your loved ones. Baskets can also be decorated at styled according to your preferences!

    aDay Fresh
    Enjoy 100% Fresh Juice at aDay Fresh-Fruit Delivery. aDay Fresh is well-known for its fruit quality and the store has been operating for more than 10 years. All the fruits at the store are imported from premium quality farms. The fruits are arranged in beautiful packaging and you can choose between strawberries, apples, persimmons, oranges, cherries, grapes, pears and durian. Aside from that, aDay Fresh also serves freshly squeezed fruit juices that you can order along with the fruit baskets and they will be delivered to your home.

    CityFresh Fruit Delivery
    Another online fruit vendor that should not be missed is the CityFresh Fruit delivery. The fruits offered at CityFresh are imported from the best gardens in the world. This store offers quality seasonal fruits such as kiwi berries, grapes and peaches and blood oranges. Apart from that, they also offer fruits that come in packets to make smoothies at home. For instance, you can buy a packet that offers all kinds of berries to make your fresh mixed berries smoothie. Also if your purchase is more than 1,000 THB, you get free shipping! If the fruits you ordered lacked freshness, there is also a return policy within 24 hours of purchase. These fruits are freshly delivered to your doorstep in beautiful baskets.

    Madame Fruit
    Madame Fruit is another fruit vendor that you won’t be able to resist because they serve delicious and mouthwatering imported fruits. At Madame Fruit store, you can find a variety of Korean strawberries, cherries, fresh dates, avocados, fresh Japanese persimmons, snow pear, durian, Japanese apples, Australian witch grapes, CARA oranges and Taiwan oranges. These vibrant fruits are very well selected and you will know it the moment you take your first bite. It’s sold in retail stores as individual fruits as well as wholesale. It’s convenient and you don’t have to pre-order them.

    If Canadian Red Cherries, Sweet Globe Grapes, Honey Murcott Sweet or New Zealand Sungold Kiwi Fruit sounds tempting to you, then you must order from JumboStrawberry. You can get 8 pieces of Sungold Kiwi Fruit at only 399 Baht! Aside from that, you can choose from a variety of fruits for your fruit basket, including Amaou strawberries, Korean strawberries, USA Envy apples, Japanese melons, WO Tangerine, AU avocado, Korean snow pear, and New Zealand cherries. All you have to do is place your order and you will get these delicious fruits right to your doorstep.

    SP Fruit
    SP Fruit is another store where you can get fresh, high-quality fruit. Pink Peaches, Tunisian Pomegranate, USA Cherries, crispy and juicy Envy Apple, and a variety of other fruits can be selected and catered to you when you are in the mood for them. This store specialises in Pink peaches that have a rose scent, are extremely tasty, and are difficult to come by. So hurry and get your peaches before they’re all gone!

    IYARA Premium Fruits
    Iyara Premium fruits offer deliveries in Bangkok but can also deliver to other cities by private transports. This store is also very popular as it has over 30,000 followers on its official Facebook page. At Iyara Premium Fruits, you can purchase King Soloman Dates and top quality Dragon Fruits.

    MCS Imported Fruits
    At MCS Imported Fruits, you can get premium-quality fruits in beautifully arranged gift hampers. This store offers numerous fruits to select from ranging from Korean Snow Pear, Japanese Strawberries, Melons, Australian Seedless Red Grapes, Indian Pomegranates, USA Avocados, and Dried Persimmons. You can choose your favourite fruits to buy for yourself or buy a hamper to gift your loved ones during special occasions. The fruits at MCS Imported Fruits are sold wholesale as well as retail.

    FruitFits offers premium fruits and has been operating for more than 30 years at Pak Khlong Talat. At one point, it was also the largest fruit vendor in Bangkok. FruitFits currently operates as an online fruit store selling fruits in wholesale and retail throughout Bangkok. Since FruitFits have accumulated lots of experience through operating for many years, they have a deep knowledge of foreign fruits. Thus, they are able to offer various advice to consumers whether they are looking to purchase the fruits as gifts, or to consumer their self.

    Here are the top ten fruit vendors in Thailand where you may order high-quality fruits. The fruits listed above are either imported from the best farms abroad or carefully selected from Thailand’s gardens and farms. These fresh, sweet, and luscious fruits can be delivered to your house anytime you want them.
    Last edited by Ratatouille; 09-14-2021, 03:17 AM.

  • #2
    How to open these 5 popular Thai fruits

    With their bizarre textures, colours, shapes, sizes, and smells, Thai fruits are a delight for your eyes and taste buds. Sure, you can find these fruits anywhere in the world nowadays. However, they rarely taste as good as when you eat them in Thailand – especially when you come in the right season when they’re freshest! As juicy and tasty as they are, exotic Thai fruits can be hard to open. Like many of us, you’ve probably struggled to open a durian, especially with its deadly spikey husk. You can, of course, buy the more expensive container of pre-cut fruit, but they are usually less fresh and tasty. So if you really want to enjoy Thai fruits, this article is for you. Below, we’ve put together the ultimate guide to safely cutting, peeling, and opening 5 of Thailand’s tastiest fruits.
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    Durian has a pungent smell often associated with stinky feet and even death. But to those who love this fruit, it’s considered a delicacy that’ll take them to another dimension. Although durian is almost always sold frozen, it’s best eaten fresh when the husk just begins to crack. But with its sharp and spiky skin, how does one open a durian without getting injured? The truth is, opening a durian is not really that hard if you know the right way to do it.

    First, lay a paper on the floor. Or if you can, it’s better to do it outdoors. Not only is it messy, but the fruit also releases a pungent smell that may linger in your house. The secret of opening a durian is in the faint brownish traces of a pointed star at the bottom of the fruit. These are the seams that separate the fruit’s different segments. So, start looking for the seams where the thorns grow in toward each other. With a piece of cloth to hold the durian in one hand, poke straight into the middle of the “star” using a sharp knife with your other hand. Once the knife has penetrated deep enough, twist it left and right to open up the seams. You can then cut through the durian along these seams. Once the durian opens, dig your fingers in the segments to pull the durian apart. Repeat the same process along each segment until the custardy flesh is revealed. The next step is savouring the sweet and creamy flesh! Easy enough, right? Every so often, you’ll get a whiff of something slightly foul while eating the flesh, but it shouldn’t be a nuisance if the durian is in the perfect ripeness.


    There’s nothing better than sticking a straw directly into a freshly cut coconut and scraping the soft white flesh with a spoon. But if you’ve ever tried to crack open a coconut, then you know how difficult it can be. If you want to open a young Thai coconut the way people do it in Thailand, you’ll need a big cutting board and a good quality meat cleaver. Hold the coconut steady with one hand and cut the husk down to the hard shell with your meat cleaver. The best way to do it is by holding the cleaver at about 1 inch below the tip of the coconut at a 45-degree angle. You will have to strike hard enough to crack through the inner shell of the coconut, which is under the soft outer fibre. Make four or more cuts to form a square or hexagonal shape around the top of the coconut. Each cut should be done in the same manner as the first one.

    Now that you have a square-shaped cut, use the sharp top tip of your cleaver to break the shell open. It should open easily if the cuts are deep enough. If not, you’ll have to do the cuts again using more force. You can stick a straw and drink the water right away. Alternatively, you can pour the coconut water into a tall glass and then use the cleaver to split the coconut open. This way, you can easily enjoy the sweet and creamy flesh. Once you’ve mastered this technique, you no longer have to hit coconuts with a hammer or throw them on the ground in frustration! Enjoy fresh coconut water at home anytime you want.


    The mangosteen is another strange-looking fruit that grows abundantly in Thailand and many areas around Southeast Asia. Inside its deep purple firm shell is a flavourful bite-sized treat. Opening mangosteen is not as hard as it seems. You can do it with your hands or with a knife. Using your hands to open mangosteen can be pretty messy and may leave purple stains all over your fingers. However, it’s very simple. All you have to do is hold it with all your fingertips in the middle of the fruit. Then, gently press the skin with your fingers to crush the purple shells. Once you crack the shells, you should be able to break open the rind to reveal the white mangosteen flesh.

    If you want to use a knife, hold the mangosteen firmly on its side and make a cut using your knife. Cut shallowly around the circumference, just big enough for your fingers to get it. Be sure not to cut all the way through the middle, as you want to keep the flesh intact. Once you cut around the purple shell, pry it open with your fingers or pull each half apart with your hands. And you’re done! The flesh is separated into sections, much like an orange. Use your fingers to pull the sections apart and enjoy them one by one.

    Custard Apple

    Custard apple is a light green knobby-textured fruit about the size of a tennis ball. It might not seem delicious from the outside, but the custard-like flesh inside is sweet and creamy! Compared to the three fruits above, opening a custard apple is very easy. Just cut the fruit in half by slicing it open lengthwise, from the woody stem to the bottom. Then, separate the two halves, and you’ll find creamy white flesh. If the custard apple is ripe enough, you won’t need a knife. Simply press your fingers into the middle of the fruit and pull it apart. The best way to eat the soft flesh is to scoop it out with a spoon. Yum! Although the name is custard apple, it’s not actually apple at all. This means that you can’t eat the skin of custard apples like regular apples. You also shouldn’t eat the seeds. They’re small and hard, and biting down on one is undoubtedly not a fun experience.

    Dragon Fruit

    The dragon fruit may look unearthly with its hot pink skin and green scales that resemble a dragon (hence the name). But inside, you’ll find a lovely soft flesh that tastes like a sweet combination between a pear and a kiwi. The most widely available variation has pink skin with white flesh. The less common comes with pink skin and red flesh and yellow skin with white flesh. All of the varieties have tiny black seeds that are safe to eat. While they may look different, they actually taste very similar.

    Although dragon fruits may look intimidating, it’s actually very easy to open. Lay the dragon fruit on its side on a cutting board. Then, use a sharp knife to cut the fruit in half by cutting straight down from the top down to the stem. You can simply use a spoon to scoop the flesh as you might do with a kiwi or avocado. It should be easy to lift the flesh out of the skin with a spoon, or alternatively, you can just peel the skin off using your fingers. Remember that the skin is not edible. Also, you should trim off any pink residues from the flesh because they can be bitter. The dragon fruit is delicious to be eaten by itself, but you can also add it into a fruit salad, a smoothie, or even eat it with Greek yoghurt.


    • #3
      Pink pineapple is illegal in Thailand, smugglers face jail time

      A type of genetically-modified pink pineapple is being illegally sold in Thailand, according to a warning issued by Thailand’s Ministry of Agriculture yesterday. The ministry urges the public to keep a vigilant eye out for unusual fruit and report anyone involved in the illicit pink pineapple trade.

      Costa Rican company Fresh Del Monte has been cultivating ‘Pinkglow’ pineapples, which are allegedly less sour than regular pineapples, since 2005. The ‘Instagrammable’ pineapple became a hit in the US, and is now gaining traction in Thailand.

      However, Thailand has a strict GMO-free policy in place, and smuggling Pinkglows into the kingdom is a criminal offence punishable by up to 1 year in prison and/or a fine of up to 20,000 THB. If the authorities uncover a Pinkglow operation, they can immediately seize and destroy the whole lot. Many people are wary of genetically-modified produce, but the US’s Food and Drug Administration approved consumption of Pinkglows in 2016…
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      “The new pineapple has been genetically engineered to produce lower levels of the enzymes already in conventional pineapple that convert the pink pigment lycopene to the yellow pigment beta carotene. Lycopene is the pigment that makes tomatoes red and watermelons pink, so it is commonly and safely consumed.

      Pinkglows are reportedly sweeter and juicier than regular pineapples, but are still packed with all the same nutrients, such as Vitamin C which is good for the immune system and manganese which makes bones stronger. Nevertheless, Pinkglows are a product of genetic manipulation and are illegal in Thailand under the Plant Quarantine Act B.E. 2507. The Ministry of Agriculture says that their manpower is limited, so they urge the public to help in their efforts to stop the illegal Pinkglow trade by reporting anyone selling the outlawed pineapple.
      Last edited by Logan; 06-09-2022, 06:42 PM.