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Explore the fruit seasons of Vietnam with Kamereo!

If you’re looking for a “fruit season timeline” throughout the year, then this is definitely the article for you. In this article, Kamereo will compile all the common fruits in Vietnam for you to explore.

Table of Contents

  1. Fruits available year-round
  2. Fruits from January to March
  3. Fruits from April to June
  4. Fruits from July to September
  5. Fruits from October to December

In the chart below, you’ll easily find the fruit you need. In which:

  • Light green represents fruits that are in season, also known as “main crops.”
  • Dark green represents fruits that are available in the market but not in their natural harvesting season.
  • Orange represents out-of-stock or rare items.

Main crop fruits are those harvested in their natural seasons, without artificial ripening or excessive use of preservatives.

Depending on the weather, climate, temperature, and growing conditions, each type of fruit has a different season in different countries. That’s why we can find off-season fruits through imports or advanced cultivation techniques.

Today, thanks to the development of agricultural technology, there are numerous fruits available year-round. Here are some examples:

Seedless watermelon, Pears, Pink Guava, Grapes, Cau bananas, Pineapples, Coconuts, Green papayas, Netted melons, Rockit apples

This is springtime, and you can easily find many popular fruits such as bananas, pomelos, sapodillas, lychees, mangoes, grapes, apples, dragon fruits, coconuts, oranges, tangerines, persimmons, papayas, etc.

Choosing fruits in April is not difficult because this is when the fruit season starts in the South. Many fruits come into season from this time. You’ll quickly find juicy fruits at affordable prices, such as avocados, jackfruits, apples, coconuts, oranges, lychees, grapes, papayas, longans, durians, rambutans, mangosteens, etc.

This is the late summer turning into autumn, so the fruit market is also rich with new names in the fall, such as sapodillas, pomelos, and oranges. This is also when oranges and grapefruits begin their season, which lasts until March of the following year. If you buy these fruits in September, you will have fresh and delicious fruits to enjoy.

Did you know that mangoes and sapodillas enter their main season in October? Also, bananas, sapodillas, dragon fruits, soursops, grapes, apples, oranges, coconuts, papayas, and more. Surely, choosing to buy fruits in their season during this time is very easy for anyone.

Vietnamese fruits are truly diverse, aren’t they? Through this article, Kamereo hopes to provide useful information and value to readers about the fruit seasons. Stay tuned with Kamereo for more interesting articles!

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