Have you ever been bored with the same fruits you are eating every day? The same orange juice, strawberry smoothie, banana pancake? You need new kinds of fruit to enjoy, don’t you? We totally heard you. According to the CBI Ministry of Foreign Affairs, there is indeed an escalating interest in new varieties of fruits, especially in European markets. As the best exotic fruit exporter in Indonesia, our fresh fruit export company is pretty positive that the agrifreshid can cater to your needs, specifically for meeting your demand for exotic fruits. Before explaining our findings, allow us to elaborate on what exotic fruits really are.
Have you ever found a fruit that is quite unique in appearance from those fruits you are used to consuming? What we refer to as exotic fruits are those fruits that are cultivated outside the place of your origin. Some of them include star fruit, dragon fruit, mangosteen, salak, rambutan, lychee, durian, passion fruit, longan, kiwi, melon, persimmon, pomegranate, pomelo, jambu, jackfruit, papaya, and many more.
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There are several contributing factors that cause the rising demand for exotic fruits around the world. The first factor comes from the food professionals and vloggers. They often include exotic fruits in their food venture. Some use them as an ingredient to get creative with their recipes and food decoration. This creates some sort of hype and awareness for worldwide audiences. The second drive is the nutritious contents in exotic fruits, especially in times of pandemics. In 2021, for instance, when the COVID-19 issue is at its peak, Bali mangosteen commodity gained an increase in export price up to 100% to China and the Middle East. See details in Bali Mangosteen Is in Demand Despite the Pandemic: 2022 Outlook. The third factor is because the improved treatment for the exotic fruits provided by the supplier. It can retain their freshness longer while keeping the price range for the export fruits reasonable.
Our source put in the picture that the increasing volume of exotic fruits is not on the same level as the market value. As the demand volume for imported exotic fruits is rising faster in countries like German, France, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Italy, and many others, higher prices are apparent since the exotic fruit exporter has to adjust the fruit’s production based on the seasons. This becomes a problem. The sales of these fruits would be twice favorable in holiday seasons like Ramadan, Christmas, etc. However, there might be a shortage of the supply at those specific momentums. In 2020, most exotic fruits that go to European countries were purchased through the Netherlands. A few non-European suppliers that are equally successful such as Turkey, Egypt, Thailand, Vietnam, Tunisia, Peru, Colombia, Madagascar, the Middle East, and many more.
Big segments of exotic fruit commodities for export dominating in European countries include pomegranates, passion fruit, lychees, physalis, and dragon fruit.
There are several ways we can do as an exotic fruit exporter seeing this potential. We need to encourage trust in European consumers by getting them familiar with our available exotic fruits in stock. Afterward to trigger their interest in having them for regular consumption. Besides, there is a challenge to figure out how we can ship with more affordable tariffs. Another one is how to package these Indonesian goodness better, moreover more attractively without compromising their freshness. But what we are sure of is that Indonesia has all these abundances of nature that we can work on to maximize exotic fruit production, meet the quality standards, and at the same time can still feed our locals with quality products. Lastly, we have to corporate with farmers and the Government to discuss strategies that we can take to make this dream work sooner than ever.