Fruit Stand


There are many small fresh produce stands outdoors like this one in Jeddah. It’s a little surprising that in the severe heat, fresh products survive being outdoors. Much of the produce comes from the fertile lands in the region, like Lebanon, Syria, and even from Saudi Arabia.

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About SusieOfArabia

American woman now living in hubby's homeland of Saudi Arabia
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5 Responses to Fruit Stand

  1. Weboj says:

    The Bangladeshi fruit seller looks just as clean and fresh although not as tempting. 🙂

  2. alyaba says:

    you forgot to mention how cheap it is, most people buy that fruit by the box

  3. Marahm says:

    I adore your photos of fruits and vegetables as they are so beautifully displayed in Saudi Arabia. Looking at your photos, I can recall the wonderful scents of such large quantities of produce all in one place.

    I recall that when we used to go to the fruit and vegetable suq after fajr prayer, everything smelled heavenly, fresh, and so enticing.

    When we had to go after maghrib, everything still smelled wonderful, but the occasional “fallen fruit” could not have been avoided.

  4. B^2 says:

    Everything looks so incredibly fresh.

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