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Thailand agri foods public company ltd
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  1. #1
    The above company is in Samut Prakarn and here in Sydney their can of lamut or sapota is sold.
    It costs $1.70 AU and it is deliciously caramel flavoured sweet fruit and is expensive and hard to find here as a fresh fruit.
    What is the price in Bangkok? Is it about 10 baht?
    Also what does the label mean when it says 'Aroy-D'?
    And they are sold now fresh in Bangkok right?
    Korp koon Nattawud.

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    "aroy - dee" means "delicious - good" or "very delicious". The fruit is in season November to May. I think I have eaten what you talked about. It is very cheap.
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