Lo Bok global price quotes



The current, latest prices of Lo Bok in the world in the global markets

lobok 11/9bushelcartons Florida


Price range: 28 - 30 USD / pack | Market: New York Terminal Market | Date: 2022-05-20

lobok 40lbcartons/crates California


Price range: 17 - 18 USD / pack | Market: San Francisco Terminal Market | Date: 2022-05-20

lobok 40lbcartons/crates Mexico


Price range: 15 - 17 USD / pack | Market: Los Angeles Terminal Market | Date: 2022-05-20

lobok 45lbcartons Mexico


Price range: 14 - 16 USD / pack | Market: San Francisco Terminal Market | Date: 2022-05-20

LoBok China Ctn40Lbs N/A


Price range: 58.01 - 63 CAD / pack | Market: Wholesale-St. John's | Date: 2022-05-13

LoBok California Ctn40Lbs UnitedStatesNr1


Price range: 40 - 42 CAD / pack | Market: Wholesale-Vancouver | Date: 2022-05-06

LoBok UnitedStates Ctn40Lbs UnitedStatesNr1


Price range: 43.23 - 43.23 CAD / pack | Market: Wholesale-Winnipeg | Date: 2022-04-22

lobok 45lbcartons California


Price range: 14 - 16 USD / pack | Market: San Francisco Terminal Market | Date: 2022-04-21

LoBok California Ctn40Lbs UnitedStatesNr1


Price range: 39.25 - 39.25 CAD / pack | Market: Wholesale-Edmonton | Date: 2022-04-15

lobok 11/9bushelcartons Ontario Canada


Price range: 25 - 25 USD / pack | Market: New York Terminal Market | Date: 2021-11-17

lobok 11/9bushelcartons Quebec Canada


Price range: 20 - 20 USD / pack | Market: New York Terminal Market | Date: 2021-11-16

LoBok BritishColumbia Ctn40Lbs N/A


Price range: 49.75 - 49.75 CAD / pack | Market: Wholesale-Calgary | Date: 2021-10-15

LoBok China Ctn10Kg N/A


Price range: 11.3 - 11.3 CAD / pack | Market: Wholesale-Calgary | Date: 2021-10-08

LoBok BritishColumbia Ctn40Lbs N/A


Price range: 35 - 35 CAD / pack | Market: Wholesale-Vancouver | Date: 2021-09-24

LoBok BritishColumbia Ctn40Lbs N/A


Price range: 54.75 - 54.75 CAD / pack | Market: Wholesale-Edmonton | Date: 2021-09-17

lobok 11/9bushelcartons Quebec holdovers Canada


Price range: 18 - 18 USD / pack | Market: New York Terminal Market | Date: 2021-09-15

LoBok China Ctn20Kg N/A


Price range: 30 - 30 CAD / pack | Market: Wholesale-Vancouver | Date: 2021-09-10

LoBok China Ctn20Kg N/A


Price range: 23.8 - 23.8 CAD / pack | Market: Wholesale-Edmonton | Date: 2021-09-03

lobok 11/9bushelcartons Quebec condition(fair) Canada


Price range: 16 - 17 USD / pack | Market: New York Terminal Market | Date: 2021-09-03

Lo Bok

Lo Bok, a large Asian radish, has many names, including the Chinese "daikon," or sometimes it is referred to as Large White Daikon Radish, Great white radish and other similar names. The name Lo Bok may not be as well known but it does arise in conversation when discussing radishes, especially Asian cuisines. Lo bok is a favorite in many areas of the Orient. It is very popular due to its crisp texture and juicy flavor that accompanies meals. Lo Bok has light-colored skin with white flesh that grows underground. This particular radish is the second-largest variety of Daikon, with its most notable characteristic being that it can grow to be as large as a small child and weigh more than 100 pounds. The Lo bok Japanese type white radish is believed to have originated in ancient China and has been grown there for many hundreds of years. While it is a popular food in China, Korea, and Japan, it has become quite rare in the United States. Japanese white radish is considered a delicacy and therefore the price is much higher than common varieties of all kinds of produce. Lo Bok is crisp and juicy with a sweet flavor. It can be eaten raw because it has a very mild flavor and it is delicious in salads, as well as given the right sauce, it can be cooked. Lo Bok does not need to sit around waiting to be used like other vegetables, and once cut or peeled it should be eaten within a few days to avoid diminishing its taste. This radish is popularly used in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean cuisines because of its shape, size, and color. This vegetable provides a crispy texture to dishes or can be served raw with soy sauce or dipped into sesame oil. Lo bok may be fried, boiled, stir-fried or cooked with other vegetables to provide a sweet flavor. Lo Bok, a popular vegetable among Asians, is a crisp and juicy radish with light skin and white flesh. This vegetable comes from Daikon, a type of Asian radish known for its sweet taste and crispy texture. Lo bok may be used in many dishes or eaten raw as a side dish to accompany meals. Lo Bok is a good source of fiber, has no cholesterol, and can be found in most Asian markets. Lo Bok, also known as Daikon, is a radish that carries many names with similar meanings. It is sometimes referred to as Large White Daikon Radish, Great White Radish, or other similar names. The name Lo Bok may not be as well known but it does arise in conversation when discussing radishes, especially Asian cuisines.

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