Saturday , July 13 2024

An Giang exports first green-peel elephant mangoes to Australia, US

 

The first green-peel elephant mangoes of An Giang Province were exported to Australia and the US. — VNA/VNS Photo Thanh Sang

AN GIANG — The Mekong Delta province of An Giang on Friday exported a total of seven tonnes of green-peel elephant mango (Mangifera Indica) to Australia and the US.

Speaking at the event, Deputy Chairman of Chợ Mới District People’s Committee Đoàn Thành Lộc said that export initially affirmed the position of the locality’s fruit in demanding markets like Australia and the US. This is also a significant event of the local agricultural sector, helping bring about enormous economic opportunities while bolstering the image and reputation of the province’s agricultural products in the international market.

Huỳnh Kim Định, Deputy Director General of the Department of Co-operatives and Rural Development, said her office committed to continue accompanying, supporting and creating favourable conditions for local co-operatives and enterprises to participate in the project and promote the development of sustainable mango production-consumption links.

Chợ Mới District has the largest mango growing area in An Giang Province with more than 6,401ha. In 2009, 40 mango farming households in Tân Mỹ, Mỹ Hiệp, and Bình Phước communes of the district carried out mango production according to VietGAP standards under the direction of the Central Horticultural Association.

The district has issued 41 area codes for planting green elephant mango with an area of over 6,149ha for export to China, the Republic of Korea, Japan, Australia, and the US. — VNS

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