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  • Receipt of raw material at Packhouse
  • Desapping
  • Washing
  • Hot water & Fungicide treatment
  • Drying
  • Sorting & Grading
  • Weighment
  • Packing & Coding
  • Palletization
  • Storage (cold stores)
  • Container loading
  • Transportation
Export potential
  i) WANA Countries
  India exported 26766 tons of mangoes to WANA countries during 2011-12. The major country market of India’s Mangoes in WANA Region during the period were UAE (22013.88 tons), Saudi Arabia (2388.63 tons), Kuwait (731.24 tons), Qatar (816.10 tons) and Bahrain (623.69 tons) respectively.
  However, there is tremendous scope for expanding exports to these countries, as India produces finest quality mangoes. India’s total exports are substantial during March – April months and reduce significantly during May onwards because of competition from Pakistan. India must explore reducing costs Kesar variety of mango which is much more acceptable by increased productivity and make available through reefer containers,. India must target at least 50,000 to 60,000 tons of mangoes exports to WANA countries in next 4-5 years.
Mango (Mangifera indica Linn) is the most important fruit of India and is known as “King of fruits”. The fruit is cultivated in the largest area i.e. 2,312 thousand ha and the production is around 15.03 million tons, contributing 40.48% of the total world production of mango. The main mango producing states in India are Uttar Pradesh (23.86%), Andhra Pradesh (22.14%), Karnataka (11.71%), Bihar (8.79%), Gujarat (6.00%) and Tamil Nadu (5.09%). Total export of mangoes from India is 59.22 thousand tons, valuing Rs. 162.92 crores during 2010-11. India exports mango to over 40 countries worldwide. The major importing countries of India’s Mangoes during the period of 2010-11 were UAE (61.79%), Bangladesh (11.41%), UK (8.92%), Saudi Arabia(3.79%), Kuwait (2.32%), and Bahrain (2.19%) respectively.
There are near about 30 varieties of mangoes which are grown commercially. Some of the most important varieties have been listed below in the table.
Shows the varietal characteristics of commercially grown mangoes
Variety Characteristics
Alphonso This variety is medium in size, ovate oblique in shape and orange yellow in colour. The pulp is yellow to orange in colour. It is soft, firm and fibreless. It is a mid-season variety.
Banganpalli The flesh is firm to meaty, fibreless. Fruit is large in size and obliquely oval in shape. The colour of fruit is golden yellow. Good keeping quality and a mid season variety.
Chausa Fruit is large in size, ovate to oval oblique in shape and light yellow in colour. It is a late variety.
Dashehri Fruit size is medium, shape is oblong to oblong-oblique and fruit colour is yellow. The pulp is firm and fibreless and a mid season variety.
Langra Fruit is of medium size, ovate shape and lettuce green in colour.The lemon-yellow flesh is juicy and flavourful. It is scarcely fibrous, a mid season variety.
Totapuri Fruit size is medium to large, shape is oblong with necked base and colour is golden yellow. Flesh is cadmium yellow and fibreless, a mid season variety.
Kesar Fruits are medium sized, flesh is sweet and fibreless. Colour is apricot yellow with red blush, an early season variety.