INDIA 2016 : Karnataka Mango Corporation seeks royal route to export fruits





































TOI
Bengaluru
Fri,29 Apr 2016
















Summary: The expected yield for the present year is between 14 lakh metric tonnes and 15 lakh metric tonnes. 




The state produces varieties of mangoes like Alphonso, Banganpalli, Mallika, Raspuri and Thothapuri in an area of two lakh hectares. 


Though the mangoes grown in the state is of international standards, the mangoes produced in the state are exported via Maharashtra.


The Karnataka state mango development and marketing corporation, which is striving to create a brand and an identity for the Karnataka mangoes, has appealed to the union government to take necessary action to facilitate the export of mangoes, directly.






BENGALURU: The Karnataka State Mango Development and Marketing Corporation delegation led by its chairperson Kamalakshi Rajanna and the managing director Kadire Gowda called on the union agriculture secretary Shobhan Kumar Patnaik in New Delhi on Friday and sought a royal route for the exports of mangoes produced in the state.







Karnataka is the third largest producer of mangoes, after Uttar Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh. 



The state produces varieties of mangoes like Alphonso, Banganpalli, Mallika, Raspuri and Thothapuri in an area of two lakh hectares.




 The expected yield for the present year is between 14 lakh metric tonnes and 15 lakh metric tonnes. 





Though the mangoes grown in the state is of international standards, the mangoes produced in the state are exported via Maharashtra.







The Karnataka state mango development and marketing corporation, which is striving to create a brand and an identity for the Karnataka mangoes, has appealed to the union government to take necessary action to facilitate the export of mangoes, directly.. . .






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