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Vietnam: An Giang exports the first lot of flat-seeded mangoes to the Korean market

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Published Feb 21, 2024

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Vietnam's An Giang province has begun exporting its first batch of flat-seeded mangoes to Korea. The province, which has over 12,600 hectares dedicated to mango cultivation, produces more than 225,000 tons of the fruit annually. The GAP Cu Lao Gieng Cooperative in Cho Moi district, the province's largest mango-growing area, has signed contracts with over 100 members for mango supply and consumption. The district exports mangoes to several countries including China, America, Korea, Japan, and Australia.
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Source: Cafef.vn On February 19, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of An Giang province in coordination with the People's Committee of Cho Moi district (An Giang province) held a ceremony to announce the export of the first batch of flat-seeded mangoes to the Korean market and signed a production partnership, mango consumption along the value chain. Ceremony announcing the export of Cho Moi flat-seeded mangoes to Korea. Speaking at the ceremony, Ms. Nguyen Thi Minh Thuy, Vice Chairwoman of An Giang Provincial People's Committee, emphasized that mango is a key tree with high economic value, which An Giang has strongly oriented towards transformation and has made a positive contribution. for the province's agricultural growth. To date, the mango growing area in the province has reached over 12,600 hectares, with an output of more than 225,000 tons/year. Cho Moi is the district with the largest mango growing area in the province with 6,400 hectares, accounting for ...
Source: AgroInfo.vn
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