Originating in Vietnam and dedicated to providing Vietnamese consumers with fruits and vegetables grown to international standards, Mekostar has been providing enjoyment to consumers for more than 10 years. It is a brand of The Fruit Republic, the first fresh produce trading company in Vietnam to establish well-managed contract farming systems and professional fruit and vegetable packinghouses. These locations provide excellent post-harvest handling and cooling facilities. Our well-developed systems ensure that we provide consumers with consistently high-quality fruits and vegetables while guaranteeing them safe and healthy food for their table.
Discover the Variety of Mekostar’s Fruits, Vegetables and Fresh Cut Products
High-quality from the highlands of Da Lat. Mekostar brings you a variety of fresh vegetables, including tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuces, and bell peppers to brighten your plate. See our entire range of vegetables here.
Fresh from the Mekong Delta. Enjoy Vietnam’s best citrus fruits, pomelos, limes and oranges. Still hungry? Find all of our fruits here.
Cut for convenience. Mekostar does the work in their BRC certified fresh cut facility, so that you can focus on the flavor. Choose a mix of honey and pink pomelo or some jackfruit. Check out our entire collection here.
Mekostar grows its fruits and vegetables in the best locations that Vietnam has to offer, the Mekong Delta for its fruits and the highlands of Da Lat for its vegetables. In the Mekong Delta we work with GLOBALG.A.P. certified farms to source the best quality pomelos, limes, oranges and other fruits for our customers. We have also developed the first EU organic lime farms in Asia for customers that want products grown with only natural substances. In Da Lat, we source our GLOBALG.A.P. certified vegetables from high-tech greenhouses. We also have a network of farmers with whom we work in close collaboration to introduce best-practices and demonstrate new protocols, varieties and technologies.
Examples of the innovations that we bring to our growing practices are described below: