The European Union has lifted its ban on mango importation from India following improved inspection and a new packaging process adopted by exporters. The temporary ban first came into place on May 1, 2014 following the discovery of fruit fly-infested mangoes in Brussels.
The Federation of Indian Exports Organization says that mangoes must now be exported to the EU through certified Agricultural & Processed Food Products Export Development Authority pack houses.

“This (the decision to lift the ban) is a recognition of the internationally bench marked inspection process and packaging practices now adopted by mango exporters from India,” FIEO said.



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