Alphonso Mangoes

  • Alphonso mango ban: EU team visiting India in September July 11, 2014

    New Delhi: Amid a temporary import ban on mangoes, a team of experts from European Union will visit India in September to check the measures put in place by the country with regard to fruits and vegetables. "In the light of concerted efforts on India's part, Food and Veterinary office of...
  • UK to assist India in ensuring lifting of ban on Mango import June 20, 2014

    London: A British government agency will help Indian authorities to put in place measures needed ahead of the visit of an EU team to India to ensure the ban on import of Alfonso mango is lifted. Leading NRI Labour MP Keith Vaz said that he has received a letter from Prime...
  • House of Commons to discuss EU's ban on Indian mangoes May 2, 2014

    London: The 28-member European Union's ban on the import of Indian mangoes will figure in a debate in Britain's House of Commons next week, amidst widespread criticism of the ban from exporters and consumers. "The Speaker of the House of Commons has granted a parliamentary debate on the EU ban...
  • Government, industry ask EU to lift ban on India mango exports April 30, 2014

    New Delhi: The government and exporter body FIEO have asked the European Union to lift a ban on mangoes shipped from India, saying concerns raised by the 28-nation bloc about the quality of the fruit have been addressed. Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma has written to EU Trade Commissioner Karel...
  • Chavan asks Centre to persuade EU to revoke ban on Indian mangoes April 30, 2014

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan has requested the Central government to include representatives from the state in a delegation going to Brussels regarding revoking ban on mango export to the European Union (EU). Chavan hoped that the ban will be revoked and appealed to the farmers and exporters not...
  • Ban on Indian mangoes has led to heavy losses: Sellers April 29, 2014

    The European Union (EU) banning the import of Indian mangoes is good news for domestic consumers and really a shock for the mango growers and exporters. The price of the top quality Alphonso mango price has come down by Rs 100-150 per kilo in major markets like Delhi, Mumbai and...
  • EU bans Indian Alphonso mangoes, vegetables from May 1 April 28, 2014

    London: The 28-member European Union has temporarily banned the import of Alphonso mangoes, the king of fruits, and four vegetables from India from May 1, sparking protests from the Indian community, lawmakers and traders. The recent decision by the grouping's Standing Committee on Plant Health came after 207 consignments of fruits...
  • Artificially ripened Alphonso mangoes destroyed by FDA March 23, 2013

    Nashik: Artificially ripened Alphonso mangoes worth Rs 1.25 lakh were destroyed by the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) at a local fruit market here, official sources said on Saturday. Around 1,400 kilos of Alphonso mangoes worth Rs 1.25 lakh were seized from a shop at Sharadchandra fruit market here on...