Papaya, a native of Mexico and South America and previously considered as exotic and rare fruit, is now grown in tropical climates across the world and is available at most times of the year. It is one of the important fruit crops cultivated in Malaysia for local consumption and export market. Malaysian papaya is highly prized for its excellent eating qualities and nutritional content, and therefore, it has been widely sought-after by local consumer and Malaysian export markets such as Mainland China, Hong Kong and Middle East.


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