Hongkongers going nuts over high-end fruit

It might be a healthy food choice, but Hong Kong’s latest fruit fad is doing serious damage to shoppers’ wallets. From luxury supermarkets to outdoor stalls, expensive premium produce is increasingly on show and sought after by customers. At Hong Kong’s vibrant Yau Ma Tei fruit market, a Malaysian durian goes for HKD600 (USD77) and Tasmanian cherries for HKD550.

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