AP: Banginapalli mango exports from Nuziveedu to London with support of APEDA
Exports thrive even in disaster: 1.5 tons exported from Nuziveedu
Banginapalli mango, a popular Nuziveedu variety, is in great demand in the country and abroad. This will continue to boost mango exports even during the Corona disaster. With the encouragement of state horticulture department officials in collaboration with Apeda Hyderabad Regional Chief Nagpal Lokare, farmers are earning the expected profits through mango exports.
The first consignment will go to South Korea a few days ago and the first consignment will go to London from Nuziveedu.
London traders have entered into an agreement with local farmers for 50 tonnes of Banginapalli variety of mango grown in the Nuziveedu area. As the first assignment to that extent, a 1.5 tonne Arrangements are being made to send the Banginapalli Mango belonging to the farmer Raghuva’s of the Krishna District Nuziveedu Mandal Hanumanthunigudem to London via Mumbai.
The Banginapalli mangoes ripened in the Raghavulu garden were processed at the Palmeru Integrated Pack House and sent to Mumbai by air through a special container. From there it will be sent to London.
According to the agreement, the remaining Banginapalli mangoes will be sent to London by the end of this month. The farmer was paid Rs 32,000 per tonne.
He said he was hopeful that orders from Europe and the Middle East would also reach the target if the corona calming down.