Myanmar conducts trial export of Seintalone mangoes to China via Mongla border

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Myanmar’s Seintalone on their way to China.

The trial phase for exporting Myanmar’s Seintalone mangoes to China via the Mongla border is currently underway. Merchants on both sides of the border are also exploring the possibility of air exports, as reported by the Myanmar Mango Market Technology Development Association.
U Kyaw Soe Naing, the association’s general secretary, stated, “Seintalone mangoes are in high demand in China, as are Shwe Hintha and Padamya Ngamauk varieties. Since this trade route is new, we are still in the process of conducting trial exports.”
Currently, five 24-tonne trucks loaded with mangoes traverse the Mongla route daily, with this number doubling on the old road. China remains the primary destination for Myanmar’s mangoes, with early exports of Seintalone observed this year.
Discussions on bilateral air exports are ongoing, prompted by the interest of some Chinese merchants in personally purchasing mangoes.
The mango season typically commences towards the end of April and the beginning of May. — ASH/NT

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