Lotus’s join forces with Grown in Good Nature to import wide variety of Australian-grown grapes, reinforcing the retailer’s position as leading food destination in Thailand
Leading retailer Lotus’s, with the support from the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade), have imported a wide variety of quality Australian grapes for sale at Lotus’s stores as well as online shopping platform, making the varieties of Australian table grapes available to customers throughout Thailand at fantastic value. Lotus’s will host in-store events and activities to promote the grapes as well as other Australian-made products.
Ms. Jiraporn Laoharattanaviboon, Commercial Director – Fresh Commodity, Lotus’s Thailand, said "At Lotus’s, we are committed to being an inspiring fresh & food destination for customers across Thailand by providing great-quality products sourced from the world’s best origins at affordable prices every day. We have worked with Austrade for several years to import fantastic quality products from Australia, most notably a wide variety of Australian-grown grapes. This year, we are delighted to expand our collaboration with Grown in Good Nature to introduce varieties of great Australian grapes to Thai customers. In addition to the great taste and premium quality, Australian grapes are known for having stringent safety standards, as all farms comply with Global Good Agricultural Practices (Global GAP). We are truly delighted to be able to offer such quality products for customers in Thailand at fantastic value."
Mr. Jeff Scott, CEO Australian Table Grapes Association (ATGA), added "It is our mission here in Australia to ensure that the good nature of our land and people comes through in the exports we share with the world. This is why our table grapes are superior in colour, taste, and overall quality. Hort Innovation supports the table grape industry with their R&D and Marketing objectives to ensure Australia is a world leader in horticulture products."
In addition to Australian grapes, Lotus’s also offers other products from Australia such as beef, cheeses, dairy products, seasonings and dry groceries at stores nationwide as well as the Lotus’s SMART App. The Australian Made and Grown festival will also be held at Lotus’s North Ratchapruek from April 20 – 27, 2023.