Vietnamese farmers bet big on dragon fruit

06/10/2013 | Saigon Giai Phong (Vietnam)

More small farmers in Vietnam are switching from reliable crops like rice and vegetables that provide a stable income to dragon fruit, a less-certain crop with the potential for a bigger payoff. Farmers have boosted their revenue with the shift to dragon fruit, but the fruits are currently exported mainly to China, which raises concerns about the potential for a drop in demand.

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