APEDA-PHDCCI to host Reverse Buyers and Sellers Meet to promote mango exports Back to News & Events List


In a bid to Promote Export of Mango and Mango products, APEDA, Ministry of Commerce and Industry in association with PHD chamber of Commerce and Industry, is organizing the Reverse Buyers and Sellers Meet from 15th May to 16th May 2018 at Mumbai.
 
India being a 2nd largest producer of fruits and vegetables produces more than 30 varieties of Mangoes commercially, which is considered as the most important fruit of India and also Known as King of Fruits contributes 40.48% of the total world production of mango.
 
A brief seminar on India’s Potential for Export of Mango and Tropical Fruits will be organized in this meet with an aim to provide a common platform for interaction between buyers and sellers of Mangoes to promote exports of Mangoes and Tropical Fruits of India.
 
More than 50 sellers will gather at one place both from national and international domains and become a part of this program.
 
 
Source: KNN India

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