India exports GI certified ‘Jardalu’ mangoes to UK

India exported the first professional consignment of Geographical Indications (GI) qualified ‘Jardalu’ mangoes from Bhagalpur, Bihar, to the United Kingdom on Monday offering a doable increase to the possible of farm exports from the jap location.

APEDA, in collaboration with the Bihar federal government, Indian Superior Fee and Commit India, exported the mangoes which have been packed and addressed at APEDA packhouse in Lucknow, a Commerce Ministry launch stated.

GI certification establishes that a product possesses sure traits that can be attributed to its geographic origin. Related objects from distinct geographic areas are legally not allowed to use the GI tag.

‘Jardalu’ mangoes from Bhagalpur district of Bihar been given GI certification in 2018.

APEDA has been initiating actions to increase mango exports from non-conventional areas, the launch added. Not too long ago, a week-long Indian mango advertising programme was organised in Bahrain wherever 16 kinds of the fruit including 3 GI qualified ‘Khirsapati’ & ‘Lakshmanbhog’ (West Bengal) and ‘Jardalu’ (Bihar) have been shown at super merchants of importer Al Jazeera group.