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  1. 1. Export Of MANGO Economic Envirnoment and Policy PGDM 2010-2012Presented To: Presented By:Dr. T. Dayakara Rao Group No.-14 (Director). Name: SOURCE: Name: Babita Patel(11) www.agriexchange.gov.in Babita Patel(11) www.apeda.gov.in Alka Kumari(38) Alka Kumari(38) www.wikipedia.com DATE: 7th April,2011. Date: 7th April, 2011.
  2. 2. •Introduction•Different variety of mango•Total production of mango•Total export from india•Major export destination•Main competitor•Suggestion•conclusion
  3. 3. •Mango is the most important fruit ofIndia and is known as “King of fruits”.• Indian mangoes come in variousshapes, sizes and colours with a widevariety of flavour,aroma and taste.• In India, mangoes are mainly grownin tropical and subtropical regionsfrom sea level to an altitude of1,500m.• Mangoes grow best in temperaturesaround 27˚C
  4. 4. Mango varieties exported• Alphonso (March - June)•Banganapalli (March - June) •Dashehari (May - July)
  5. 5. Mango varieties exported•Kesar (April - July)•Chausa (June - August) •Langra (June - July)
  6. 6. Potential Exportable Varieties •Ratoul •Mallika •Himsagar
  7. 7. Varietal preference in different part of IndiaSTATE VARIETYAndhra Pradesh Banganapalli, Suvarnarekha, Neelam and totapuriGujrat Kesar, Alphonso and RajapuriKarnataka Banganapalli, Alphonso, Pairi, Neelum and malgoaMaharashtra Alphonso, Kesar and PairiTamil Nadu Alphonso, Totaapuri and BanganapalliUttar Pradesh Dashehari, Langra and ChausaWest Bengal Himsagar, Kishenbhog and Gulabkhas
  8. 8. DIFFERENT PRODUCT• Mango chutney• Pickles• Jam• Squash• Pulp• Juice•slices
  9. 9. Production of Mangoes(million tonn)State 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06Uttar pradesh 3570 3466 3257 2981 2673Andhra pradesh 2522 2522 3865 3865 3306Karnataka 1688 1284 1338 1369 1237Bihar 876 1330 870 1307 1223Gujarat 857 300 930 834 772Tamilnadu 831 821 754 646 639Maharashtra 597 713 711 581 538West bengal 571 549 623 550 513Orissa 512 450 445 445 511Kerala 445 445 252 431 429Total 12469 11880 13045 13009 11841
  10. 10. International Production of Mangoes t0tal 3% 3% 2% india 5% 7% china 45% indonesia 6% mexico 7% thailand pakistan 7% brazil 15% philippines bangladesh nigeria
  11. 11. Export of mango Qty in million tonn50,00045,000 U Arab Emts40,000 bangladesh UK35,000 Saudi Arab30,000 Kuwait25,000 Qatar20,000 Baharain Is15,000 Nepal USA10,000 Oman 5,000 0 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 Year
  12. 12. Major Exporting Countries of Fresh Mangoes Quantity in million tonncountry 2009 2008 2007 2006Thailand 239000 94077 115512 62686Mexico 222863 114161 223182 216033Brazil 117719 146406 138608 131477Peru 54965 94602 77608 84868Philippines 25771 39490 32163 38488Pakistan 33241 55442 81713 38119Netherland 23866 26081 20986 26107Ecuador 50689 25943 49713 48567Israel 16470 15603 18831 14171Spain 12823 25904 13746 12838total 797407 637709 772062 673354
  13. 13. Major Exporting Countries of Fresh Mangoes QTY IN million tonn250,000200,000 Thailand Mexico150,000 Brazil Peru100,000 Philippines Pakistan 50,000 Netherland s 0 2009 2008 2007 2006
  14. 14. COMPETITOR• Pakistan• China• Bangladesh• Nepal• Philippines• United Arab Emirates• Brazil
  15. 15. suggestion•Good Agricultural Practices .•Awareness generation on harvesting and post harvest management.•Use of pesticide.•Promotion and encouragement•Registration•Residue testing system
  16. 16. conclusionIndia’s mangoes are unique in taste and aroma as they represent morethan one thousand varieties, a diversity unmatched by any othernational production.
  17. 17. THANK YOU

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