Mango exports: After Australia, South Korea, India finds success in Iran market too


Mango exports: After Australia, South Korea, India finds success in Iran market too
  1. Mango exports: After Australia, South Korea, India finds success in Iran market too
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    After Australia and South Korea, Iran has become the latest market for Indian mango export. The post Mango exports: After Australia, South Korea, India finds success in Iran market too appeared first on The Financial …
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Full exports are likely to commence from the next season, officials said.

After Australia and South Korea, Iran has become the latest market for Indian mango export. The Maharashtra State Agriculture Marketing Board (MSAMB) has readied four facilities for hot water treatment for shipment to Iran market and some consignments are expected to be sent to Iran on a test basis, senior officials of MSAMB said. Full exports are likely to commence from the next season, officials said. Australia and South Korea are some of the new markets that have opened up to Indian mangoes. India could not export mangoes to Australia until now due to tough phyto-sanitary conditions that require irradiation treatment and inspection prior to the shipment.

However, a delegation visited a radiation plant in Maharashtra last year and the Australian Biosecurity Import Conditions (Bicon) authority recently revised its protocol to allow Indian irradiated mango. It has okayed irradiation facility centres at Vashi in Navi Mumbai and Krushak at Lasalgoan (near Nashik). Some 300 tonnes are expected to be exported to Australia this season. Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) has already issued a trade notice for the 2017 season, stating that Quarantine Inspectors have been deputed for USA, Republic of Korea and Japan in Nashik, Mumbai and Bengaluru.

In continuation of the opening of Chinese market for Indian mangoes in 2004, APEDA took up the issue through Embassy of India and China for addition of more mango pack houses to be registered with Chinese authorities. As an outcome of the efforts, Chinese Plant Quarantine Authority (AQSIQ) have confirmed that the revised list of mango pack houses with Hot Water Treatment (HWT) facilities has been approved and uploaded on to their official website, APEDA has informed exporters.

Europe has been one of the most important markets for the country and some 5,000 tonnes are expected to be exported to the Europe market. For Europe, the produce has to go through hot-water treatment. For South Korea, Pest Risk Analysis is mandatory. Mauritius has already granted market access to Indian mangoes subject to phyto-sanitary certification, Switzerland has also lifted the ban on Indian mangoes. New markets have also opened up in Canada, Malaysia, New Zealand, besides South Korea, North Korea and Australia.

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