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The Ninh Son administration, the host of the festival, is excited to announce the upcoming event in Tan Son Town. This festival will showcase a variety of local fruits, staple products, and food specialties. Attendees can look forward to participating in a fruit display contest and attending a seminar on reorganizing production and improving the district’s capacity for supplying fruits for export. This festival promises to be a vibrant celebration of the region’s agricultural prowess.

According to Kieu Tan Thinh, the chairman of the Ninh Son People’s Committee, visitors to the fruit festival will have the opportunity to explore and sample a wide variety of fruits, including durians, mangosteens, rambutans, grapes, and apples. In addition to the fruit, there will also be 18 booths showcasing various handicraft items for visitors to enjoy.

Furthermore, attendees can indulge in a wide array of gastronomic delights at the event. From succulent goat meat to tender lamb, savory beef, and flavorful chicken, there is something to satisfy every meat lover’s palate. In addition to the mouthwatering main dishes, there will also be various stalls offering refreshing cold drinks and delectable snacks to complement your culinary experience.

In addition to that, the festival will showcase a variety of fruits from Khanh Son District in the province and Don Duong District in the neighboring Lam Dong Province.

The festival is aimed at promoting local fruits and the agriculture sector in Ninh Son to tourists and businesses at home and from other localities. This event also provides an opportunity for local farmers to seek new business partners and exchange their farming experiences with each other. Thinh emphasized the importance of this festival in boosting the agricultural industry and showcasing the region’s abundant fruit production.

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A jackfruit-laden tree in Lam Son Commune, Ninh Son District, Ninh Thuan Province, south-central Vietnam. Photo: The Kiet / Tuoi Tre

Lieu Thi Phuong, the general director at Charm Group, which collaborates with Ninh Son to organize the festival, believes that the event will serve as an excellent platform for tourism promotion. Additionally, Phuong mentions that her company is actively seeking to discover new fruit seedlings that possess economically high quality.

She revealed that in Lam Son Commune, Ninh Son District, a significant number of tropical fruits are grown using organic farming methods. This practice has made a positive impact on community health.

These days, farmers in Lam Son have been diligently tending to their orchards in order to ensure they are well-prepared for the upcoming festival.

Workers are busy setting up facilities to serve the upcoming fruit festival, which is scheduled to kick off on June 16 in Ninh Son District, Ninh Thuan Province, in south-central Vietnam. In the photo, captured by Hong Duom, workers can be seen working diligently to ensure that everything is set up in time for the festival. With vibrant decorations and delicious fruits, this festival promises to be a delightful experience for both locals and visitors.

Workers are seen setting up facilities to serve the upcoming fruit festival scheduled to kick off on June 16, 2023 in Ninh Son District, Ninh Thuan Province, south-central Vietnam. Photo: Hong Duom / Tuoi Tre

Duong Dang Minh, the head of the agriculture and rural development division in the district, proudly announced that Lam Son’s fruits were awarded geographical indication tags in 2018.

Local orchard owners used to primarily sell their fruits to traders. However, they have now shifted their focus towards developing ecotourism. As a result, they are now offering their fruits directly to visitors who come to the orchards. This change has allowed for a more direct and immersive experience for visitors, while also benefiting the orchard owners by providing an additional source of income.

To ensure sustainable orchard development, local authorities often encourage farmers to enhance the quality of their farming areas and explore new fruit seedlings to diversify the fruit supply, Minh emphasized.

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