Rohtak News Magazine

Mangoes Might Taste Bitter this Season Attributable to Low Production Approximation and Mounting Export Demand

 Breaking News
  • No posts where found

Mangoes Might Taste Bitter this Season Attributable to Low Production Approximation and Mounting Export Demand

April 16
10:01 2014

mangoNew Delhi, Wednesday, April 16 – Mangoes, the king of fruits, might taste bitter this summer for the reason that overall production of the nation is probable to dip by up to 20 % as a consequence of crop damage in more than a few states that came into being due to unseasonal and untimely rainfall in March.

Mango is indisputably everyone’s favorite because of unmatched taste and lingering flavor. Its smooth draw and completely flavored exhale please taste bud of the common man. This is the key reason why mangoes are sold excessively every year as compared to any other fruit. However, buyers might get disappointed a little bit this time as they might have to shell out something extra from their pocket for relishing mangoes.

The fruit is exported considerably in the UK, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh Qatar, Kuwait and so on. With augmenting fresh exports order from these nations and shortage of the flavorsome seasonal mangoes, people may have to pay up more sums in the near future.

This information might be disappointing for mango lovers, but the key factor behind this issue is unwanted rain in the earlier month that is estimated to have affected 50 percent of the mango production. Early selling of the fruit in the national capital and other states rejoiced customers, who were direly wishing to taste heavenlicious tang of variety of mangoes. But it would be interesting to notice how far they do the same as likely price of this freshly product is anticipated to affect budget of several households.

Related Articles

Calendar

October 2017
M T W T F S S
« Sep    
 1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
3031