Durian season in Singapore returns with rare varietals

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Buying durians has always been a sensory experience during the durian season. But since Covid-19, many have started buying it online on platforms like Redmart and Shopee. With buyers being spoilt for choice, do these durians pass the taste test?
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SINGAPORE - The annual main durian season, which lasts from June to early September, is heating up again, with lorryloads of the spiky fruit coming across the Causeway daily.

And the movement control order in Malaysia - which has been extended to June 28 because of the high number of Covid-19 infections in the country - is not putting the brakes on the deliveries, say durian vendors here.

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