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INDIA: 'Alphonso mangoes fetching less this year' ...

ALKA KSHIRSAGAR



While in comparison to the 2012 season this year’s yield is better, the lower prices are another matter of grave concern.







PUNE, MARCH 28:






Even as the famed Alphonso mango is just beginning to make an appearance in the wholesale markets of Pune and Vashi, producers from the Konkan region of Maharashtra are ruing not only the drop in the yield, but also the lower price the fruit is fetching in comparison to last year.




“It is still the beginning of the season, but based on the flowering, we are expecting production to be around 30 per cent of the average potential,” says Vidyadhar Joshi, a producer from Devgad taluka of Sindhudurg district, one of two major Alphonso producing districts of Konkan.








With around 35,000-40,000 hectares under mango cultivation, eight talukas of Singhudurg have a potential yield of nearly one lakh tonnes, but are likely to yield a mere 25,000-30,000 tonnes this year, he fears.






A similar situation prevails in Ratnagiri, a district that has nearly 65,…

MANGO SEASON IN BARBADOS ...

Succulent mangoes











Added by bteditor on March 28, 2013.





Ahhhhhh mango season!






Mango season is here, trees all around are in various stages- some still blossoming, others in full bloom and laden! 

Mango season brings up profound and significant issues, such as: What’s the best way to eat a mango?



I’ve decided that the world can be divided into three types of mango eaters – there are those who squeeze and suck, those who slice and dice, and those who make a full body commitment. It all comes down to: how messy do you want to get?




The squeeze and suck – Squeeze the unpeeled mango all over making is very soft. The squeezing turns the pulp to juice. Once the mango is properly softened all around, bite the tip (the opposite end of the stem), immediately the juice will spurt, put the mango to your mouth and start sucking on it.





It is a matter of squeezing and sucking the juice, this way, your hands are clean and so is your mouth, there’s no mango juice lingering anywhere. Now some people do one of t…

MANGO SEASON IN BARBADOS ....

Succulent mangoes


Added by bteditor on March 28, 2013.






Ahhhhhh mango season!








Mango season is here, trees all around are in various stages- some still blossoming, others in full bloom and laden! Mango season brings up profound and significant issues, such as: What’s the best way to eat a mango?





I’ve decided that the world can be divided into three types of mango eaters – there are those who squeeze and suck, those who slice and dice, and those who make a full body commitment. It all comes down to: how messy do you want to get?









The squeeze and suck – Squeeze the unpeeled mango all over making is very soft. The squeezing turns the pulp to juice. Once the mango is properly softened all around, bite the tip (the opposite end of the stem), immediately the juice will spurt, put the mango to your mouth and start sucking on it.







It is a matter of squeezing and sucking the juice, this way, your hands are clean and so is your mouth, there’s no mango juice lingering anywhere. Now some people do one of …

Pakistani mango has huge potential in Japan ...

March 30, 2013







TOKYO – Ambassador Farukh Amil Friday said Pakistan produces very high quality world class fruits and vegetables, with excellent taste and will get a positive response from the Japanese people.


He was speaking to a delegation of Sindh Mango Growers from Pakistan and the Japanese importers.



He said Pakistani mangoes were being successfully exported to the Middle East and Europe and hoped that these would find a good market in Japan.




Ambassador Amil said Pakistani mangoes will attract the Japanese market because of its special aroma, sweetness and delicious taste, and hoped that Pakistani mangoes will be marketed in Japan this year.



The ambassador said despite a huge agriculture market in Japan, Pakistani products were largely absent which calls for unhindered efforts on the part of Pakistani exporters to find ways and means to increase and sustain exports in the world markets. The Ambassador stressed the need for pursuing the export with perseverance, packaging and presentat…