High-end fruits are normally flown into Hong Kong on regular flights. Photo: Dickson Lee

Coronavirus: importers warn Hong Kong consumers that fruits, vegetables and seafood flown into city will soon cost more amid air freight struggles

  • Fruit supplies from Spain, Italy, Australia and North Africa have already faced disruptions this month, importers say
  • Hong Kong fruit wholesaler says he will increase prices on berries by 20 per cent next week
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
High-end fruits are normally flown into Hong Kong on regular flights. Photo: Dickson Lee
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