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On the other hand, the prospect of keeping the ban in place until the end of 2015, causing UK retailers to miss out on yet another lucrative Alphonso season, does seem a bit harsh.
This did not seem to placate the EU, which regards Indian pest species as a serious threat to its agricultural crops.
To add further context, in terms of total Indian exports, the EU soaks up only between 5-10% of India’s mango exports.
The bulk of the fruit is destined for the United Arab Emirates, and so the EU ban by itself is not going to totally cripple the Indian mango industry.
Not surprisingly, the UK’s mango importers and retailers are also distressed about the ban, especially as the premium Alphonso mango has only just commenced its season.
The Alphonso is small, very sweet and very profitable.
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