Banganapalli and Suvarnarekha mango versions, which have Geographical Sign (GI) tags, will be exported to South Korea from Andhra Pradesh. The very first slot of the mango variety was sourced from Krishna and Chittoor districts in Andhra Pradesh was shopped on Thursday.
“In a main improve to India’s mangoes exports in the latest year, a consignment of 2.5 tonnes of Banganapalli and Survarnarekha mangoes from Andhra Pradesh have been exported to South Korea. The mangoes have been treated, cleaned and shipped from the APEDA registered facility at Tirupati,” an APEDA (Agricultural and Processed Food items Goods Export Enhancement Authority) statement mentioned.
“This is the very first export consignment despatched by IFFCO Kisan SEZ (IKSEZ), which is a subsidiary of IFFCO,” it mentioned.
Much more supply ahead
IFFCO Kisan SEZ has tied up with Meejaim of South Korea to supply sixty six tonnes of mango this year.
“There are around 100 versions of mangoes grown in considerable quantities in India even though there are increasing export possibilities for mangoes applied for desk intake as nicely as diversified processed merchandise,” APEDA Chairman M Angamuthu mentioned.
The AP Agros Built-in Packhouse and VHT Technique at Tirupati, which processed the consignment, has exported about four hundred tonnes of contemporary fruits and greens so much.