India dispatches Alphonso and Kesar mango consignment to Japan for boosting exports

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Mango festival is being organised in Tokyo, Japan as a part of Azadi ki Amrit Mahotsav

In a major boost to export, Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) facilitated season’s first consignment of fresh mangoes export from Mumbai to Japan on March 26, 2022).

Alphonso and Kesar varieties of mangoes was exported by Berrydale Foods (OPC), a registered exporter of APEDA to Lawson Retail Chain, Japan. These mangoes were treated and packed at APEDA-approved Maharashtra State Agricultural Marketing Board (MSAMB)’s facility.

A mango festival is being organised in Tokyo, Japan as a part of Azadi ki Amrit Mahotsav, in collaboration with Embassy of India, Japan & Invest India, wherein mango exhibition & tasting will be done at various outlets of Lawson super markets.

APEDA provides assistance to the exporters under various components of its schemes such as Infrastructure Development, Quality Development and Market Development. In addition, APEDA also conducts international Buyer Seller Meets (BSM), Virtual trade fairs with importing countries to promote agricultural & processed food products.

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