EP wrote:The most common fruit in Finland are apples, oranges and bananas. I don´t think that those are considered tropical. So could you possibly name the fruit so people can keep their eyes open for the ones you plan to import.
raamv wrote: Now what are you going to do about it?
sudentassu wrote:I strongly oppose such products, this is why:
- If they come by air it impacts greatly on air pollution, global warming, etc. There are plenty enough fruit options nearer without flying other options around the world
If you plan on distributing through the major multiples, why don't you simply ring the buyer.......don't forget to build in some cushion in your costings to allow for a hefty Retro or ORD.
robinchung wrote:. So what i going to do is provide those fruits not in Finland now. At the first, i need to make sure is if i can make money on this or not.
sinikettu wrote:.The only one that comes to mind is the Malaysian and Indonesian favorite the Durian...
enk wrote:sinikettu wrote:.The only one that comes to mind is the Malaysian and Indonesian favorite the Durian...
Available frozen from Vii Voan.
BTW I just bought lychees (荔枝) from Citymarket in Sello. EUR 2.95/kg.
But you can guess how marginal the market for Finns actually is when
I had to explain to some yesterday what they were and how to eat
them and what part to eat.
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