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Malaysian wholesalers receive mandarins despite Covid-19 troubles

Zoom in font  Zoom out font Published: 2023-01-19  Origin: thestar.com.my
Core Tip: Despite the lack of workers to harvest mandarin oranges in China due to a surge in Covid-19 cases, wholesalers in Malaysia received their shipments on time. Sin Lee Fruits owner Alice Tan said she ordered eight containers of the fruit, the bulk of which h
Despite the lack of workers to harvest mandarin oranges in China due to a surge in Covid-19 cases, wholesalers in Malaysia received their shipments on time. Sin Lee Fruits owner Alice Tan said she ordered eight containers of the fruit, the bulk of which had arrived in batches since the first week of last month. Tan revealed that a box of 40 mandarin oranges is priced at RM80, almost the same price as last year.

"No matter what the situation is, the Chinese custom of giving out mandarin oranges to family members and friends must be continued.”

Wendy Chang, owner of another wholesaler called Green Century Fruits, said she was glad that a container of her premium oranges had arrived: "I was initially worried that the container would not be delivered on time, but it came last week.”
 
 
 
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