Banarasi Mangos Langda and Chausa Export to Dubai

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Utpal Kant
Updated Thursday, July 01, 2021 6:01 PM IST

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Mango also left Varanasi for Dubai last year. Mango will leave this year as well. APD gets the farmers to pick a thousand to 1200 kg of chausa and lame mangoes.

Mango will leave for Dubai.
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The Sheikh of Dubai will try the mangoes from Banaras again. On Thursday evening, the first shipment of a ton of Langra and Chausa mangoes with a cargo flight is canceled. Mangoes from Banaras were also sent to Dubai last year, which benefited the income of the farmers and the government. This time, too, the government took this step again.As the first delivery of the year, langa and chausa mangoes are picked from the orchards by two to three farmers in the village of Bhikharipur in the Arajiline block. It is sent to Lucknow to be packed in front of the air-conditioned truck in the evening. From there the mango goes by plane to Dubai.

Dr. CB Singh, general manager of the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Agency (APEDA), said the year’s first shipment of mangoes will leave Banaras for Dubai on Thursday after the weather has brightened in the last two days. In which, with the help of last year’s beneficiary Shardul Vikram and other farmers of his FPO, one thousand to 1200 kg of chausa and lame mangoes are picked.

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The Sheikh of Dubai will try the mangoes from Banaras again. On Thursday evening, the first shipment of a ton of Langra and Chausa mangoes with a cargo flight is canceled. Mangoes from Banaras were also sent to Dubai last year, which benefited the income of the farmers and the government. This time, too, the government took this step again.

As the first delivery of the year, langa and chausa mangoes are picked from the orchards by two to three farmers in the village of Bhikharipur in the Arajiline block. It is sent to Lucknow to be packed in front of the air-conditioned truck in the evening. From there the mango goes by plane to Dubai.

Dr. CB Singh, general manager of the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Agency (APEDA), said the year’s first shipment of mangoes will leave Banaras for Dubai on Thursday after the weather has brightened in the last two days. In which, with the help of last year’s beneficiary Shardul Vikram and other farmers of his FPO, one thousand to 1200 kg of chausa and lame mangoes are picked.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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