Sellers of thorny fruit in Singapore taking a bite of Malaysian durian plantations

Mr Michael Siow, owner of Titi Durian, at his store on July 14, 2021. ST PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
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SINGAPORE - Eager buyers converged at the lorry, loaded with durians in large 50kg baskets, as soon as it stopped in front of Mr Michael Siow's hardware store in Balestier Road on July 14.

For Mr Siow, 54, it is the first harvest from his new durian venture - Titi Durian - to be sold in Singapore, two years later than planned due to the pandemic.

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