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Jackfruit is a fruit native to the tropics, common in Southeast Asia and Africa. The fruit has a green outer skin and a white or yellow flesh inside, depending on the variety and degree of ripeness. Jackfruit has a sweet taste and some varieties have a distinctive aroma. Jackfruit is large in size and can weigh from a few hundred grams to several kilograms. Jackfruit is made up of many segments, each of which contains many small jackfruit seeds. When ripe, jackfruit can be eaten fresh or used to make a variety of dishes.


One of the popular dishes from jackfruit is jackfruit cake, where the jackfruit meat is pureed and mixed with flour and sugar to form a pastry. Jackfruit can also be used in baked goods, soups, teas and smoothies. In addition, jackfruit can also be dried and made into dried jackfruit.

Jackfruit also has many nutritional benefits. It is high in fiber, vitamin C, potassium, and several antioxidants. Jackfruit is also a good source of energy as it contains a lot of carbohydrates.

In Vietnamese culinary culture, jackfruit is considered a popular and favored fruit. With its sweet taste and characteristic aroma, jackfruit is a source of nutrition and an important ingredient in many traditional dishes.

Nutritional details of jackfruit fruit

Jackfruit contains many important nutrients and has many health benefits. Here are some key nutritional values of jackfruit:

Carbohydrates: Jackfruit contains a large amount of carbohydrates, which are the main source of energy for the body.

Fiber: Jackfruit is rich in fiber, which enhances digestive function and maintains intestinal circulation. Fiber also helps reduce the risk of constipation and cardiovascular disease.

Vitamins and Minerals: Jackfruit is a rich source of vitamin C, vitamin B6, and minerals like potassium, magnesium, and copper. Vitamin C is an important antioxidant that helps protect cells from damage. Potassium is an important mineral that helps maintain water and electrical balance between cells.

Antioxidants: Jackfruit contains several antioxidants such as beta-carotene and lutein, which help protect the body from the damaging effects of free radicals.

Anti-inflammatory: Some compounds in jackfruit have anti-inflammatory properties, helping to reduce the risk of inflammatory diseases.

Anti-constipation: Due to the high fiber content, jackfruit works to help maintain digestive function, relieve constipation and encourage intestinal circulation.

However, it should be noted that jackfruit also contains a fairly high amount of sugar, so it is advisable to consume jackfruit in moderation to maintain a balanced diet and not cause weight gain.

In addition, the above information is for reference only. For more accurate and detailed information about the nutritional value of jackfruit, consult a nutritionist or consult a reputable source.

The situation of jackfruit cultivation in Vietnam

Currently, the area of Thai jackfruit growing in the Mekong Delta has reached several tens of thousands of hectares, the most are in the provinces: Tien Giang, Vinh Long, Long An, Hau Giang, and Ben Tre.

According to the agricultural sector of An Giang province, in 2023 this locality has 714 hectares of jackfruit, the yield is estimated at 20 tons/ha. In Vinh Long province, the area planted to Thai jackfruit in this locality is more than 550ha and is increasing rapidly. Similarly, in Dong Thap, the area planted to Thai jackfruit is over 4,000ha. Dong Thap has made the code for the area for jackfruit cultivation, which has basically completed the whole province and will soon make the area code for domestic cultivation.

Thai jackfruit has a huge market in domestic cities in China. Jackfruit exported to China is divided into 3 types: type 1 (from 9 kg/fruit or more), type 2 (from 6 to 8 kg/fruit) and type 3 (under 5 kg/fruit).

Currently, to export jackfruit to the Chinese market, it is necessary to have a planting area code and a packing facility code. When packing jackfruit for export, it is necessary to comply with the regulations on the packaging of goods, and at the same time, the code of the growing area and the code of the packing establishment must be clearly indicated on the package.

In the context of the high price of jackfruit, the agricultural sector of the provinces is also advising farmers not to expand the area and need to plant according to the plan to maintain the quality of jackfruit. Because fruit trees are perennials, each transformation is very difficult. At the same time, encourage people to grow clean agricultural products and use organic fertilizers for high-value products. Before changing crops, farmers should know 3 steps: cost, technique and quality (participating in planting area code, product quality).

application of jackfruit in life
Jackfruit trees are commonly grown in rural areas. There are many types of jackfruit such as jackfruit, jackfruit, jackfruit, female jackfruit (specialty of the South) etc. In addition to the nutritional value in cuisine as mentioned above, many parts of the jackfruit tree are also medicinal.

Jackfruit leaves have a special place, used to make offerings to Buddha. Jackfruit leaves are also used to pack traditional waterpipe tobacco. Jackfruit wood is also a popular wood for carving statues in temples because the wood grain is smooth, easy to carve but heavy and strong.

Jackfruit Wood: The wood of the jackfruit tree is a Group IV wood, sometimes used to make musical instruments such as harps, which is part of the gamelan in Indonesia (an orchestral genre consisting of gongs, gongs, drums, musical instruments made of metal or wood). In Vietnam, jackfruit wood is used to make worshiping statues.

Note when cultivating and planting if the tree is often flooded with fruit or rotten, cracked shell before ripening. In the North, the ripe jackfruit fruit in July – August is usually rough and less sweet (the custom is called jackfruit season). The way to recognize a delicious jackfruit is that the large thorns are large, the small thorns are tall and concave, the small segments are small. When you start to smell the aroma, you can peel it, then stick it in the sun to dry it when you smell a strong aroma, then eat it. If it is too dry, it will also rot.

There are basically two types of jackfruit and jackfruit. In which, the most commonly grown jackfruit is that it can be eaten by both the female and the young. The honey jackfruit is not as hot as the chewy jackfruit, but the crushed and sweet is harder to eat. Today, Thai jackfruit is grown quite popularly, but it is not edible and sweet like the chewy jackfruit variety.