India exported the very first business consignment of Geographical Indications (GI) accredited ‘Jardalu’ mangoes from Bhagalpur, Bihar, to the United Kingdom on Monday giving a attainable increase to the possible of farm exports from the jap region.
APEDA, in collaboration with the Bihar governing administration, Indian Substantial Commission and Invest India, exported the mangoes which were being packed and addressed at APEDA packhouse in Lucknow, a Commerce Ministry release mentioned.
GI certification establishes that a product possesses specific traits that can be attributed to its geographic origin. Related goods from distinctive geographic spots are lawfully not allowed to use the GI tag.
‘Jardalu’ mangoes from Bhagalpur district of Bihar acquired GI certification in 2018.
APEDA has been initiating measures to increase mango exports from non-traditional areas, the release included. A short while ago, a 7 days-very long Indian mango marketing programme was organised in Bahrain wherever 16 types of the fruit which includes 3 GI accredited ‘Khirsapati’ & ‘Lakshmanbhog’ (West Bengal) and ‘Jardalu’ (Bihar) were being displayed at super suppliers of importer Al Jazeera team.