Freshness of durians is the most important thing that we should be aware of when exporting durians to Asia Pacific. Before exporting, there are some significant processes that should be done. For instance, exposing durian to liquid nitrogen. Reason for doing this is to maintain the freshness of the durians. Besides that, vacuum packaging every single durian and placing it into a styrofoam box to ensure durians have a long shelf life and be packaged well to protect them during the international transportation process.
Without a doubt, the first step would be collecting durians with good quality. Cleaned and brushed the durian to remove dust and dirt. Continued by exposing them to liquid nitrogen at -100℃ for 70 minutes. As mentioned above the process of liquid nitrogen is to ensure the freshness of durians. Sri Walis used Cryogenic Nitrogen Freezing as it is the fastest form of flash-freezing and it used to preserve durians for up to 18 months. Followed by vacuum packaging for every single durian once the durians are completely frozen. After each durian is vacuum packaged, then placed it into a styrofoam box until it is fully filled.
The last step is to distinguish the durian with a label. The label mentioned the species of durians, therefore, every worker or customer would distinguish the durian easily. After that, durians are ready to be shipped to Asia Pacific. Shipping Malaysia Durian to China, India, Japan, Indonesia, South Korea, Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Fiji, Solomon Islands, etc. were handled by Sri Walis. In order to keep the freshness of the durian during the transportation process, we partner with the best logistics provider.
When the durians arrive in Asia Pacific, the durian that they received is still fresh as it has been nitrified. Durian is ready to be served once it is fully defrosted. In fact, frozen durian tastes richer as compared to what we normally eat. People in china prefer nitrogen durian over the fresh one. Malaysia annually exported 500-800 tons of frozen durian to China. The export value reached between 64 to 96 million yuan, approximately RM 41.15 million to RM 61.72 million.