M’sian stall sells durians without weighing shell to ensure freshness & value for money

Quality assured and sold at reasonable prices.

Zhangxin Zheng | July 12, 05:28 pm


Durian season is in full force.

That said, you might have experienced your fair share of stale durians.

Sells durian flesh only by weight

This was what prompted Malaysian durian seller, Izzuwan Ismail, 30, to sell durians without shells.

Photo from Izzuwan Ismail’s Facebook.

Izzuwan got the idea after receiving some bad durians last month.

He said that he values customers’ satisfaction and does not want customers to feel cheated.

He is selling the durian flesh at RM25 (S$8.20) per kilogram at a stall along the Universiti Utara Malaysia highway heading to Changlun in Kedah.

Sold out by noontime

Izzuwan’s business has been brisk and many customers are happy with this new policy.

Photo from Izzuwan Ismail’s Facebook.
Photo from Izzuwan Ismail’s Facebook.
Photo from Izzuwan Ismail’s Facebook.

Reviews were really good:

On July 12, durians were sold out at Izzuwan’s stall by noon.

Top photo from Izzuwan Ismail’s Facebook.

About Zhangxin Zheng

Zhangxin’s favourite pastime is singing Mulan’s soundtrack in the mangrove forests. She hopes to perfect the art of napping in a hammock in the mangroves without being drowned by rising sea levels.

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