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Alphonso Mango Price: There has been a huge decline in the production of Hapus Mango. In the Vashi Mandi of Navi Mumbai, very little inward has been reaching Gujarat, South including Raigad. Prices have increased by 10 to 20 percent.
This time due to lack of weather and lack of production, the king of fruits, mango (Mango) had reached the market late. If production decreased, then prices were bound to rise. However, there is a shortfall in the arrival of major varieties even in the peak season. hapus (alphonso) Mango is reaching the market in very less quantity. That’s why the price remains high. At the time of Akshaya Tritiya festival in Vashi Mandi, Navi Mumbai, there was good arrival in the market, but that too only for a month. This year, due to climate change, there has been a sharp decline in the production of Hapus mangoes and there is less arrival in the market. Hapus mango has disappeared from many main markets of the state. However, the rising prices have brought some relief to the growers. At present only a small quantity of mangoes are coming from Raigad district to the Mumbai market.
Sanjay Pansar, the Hapus mango trader of Vashi Mandi NewsNCR Digital Told that at present there has been a decrease in the arrival of Hapus mangoes in Vashi Mandi. At present, inward is reaching in Mandi from Junnar Samte Raigad in Gujarat, South and Maharashtra. Pansar says that the prices of Hapus mangoes have increased by 10 to 20 percent and this will last till the last month of June.
There has been a huge reduction in production
There is a huge decrease in the production of Hapus mangoes. Mango production has been affected in the last phase of the season due to rising prices, unseasonal rains, climate change and drought. Along with the decline in production, the quality of mango has also deteriorated. The fall in production could lead to a further increase in prices this year. Despite regular supply of mangoes for a month, farmers are not getting as much profit from rising prices as they should be. Seeing the sharp fall in production, traders have indicated that this will affect the rates, as the arrivals from all sectors are decreasing.
Mango arrival from these places in Vashi Mandi
In the last phase of the season, the arrival of Hapus mango has reduced. Sanjay Pansar, a Hapus mango trader of Vashi Mandi, says that at this time inward is reaching the market from Junnar Samte Raigad. Apart from this, mangoes are coming from Gujarat and South to Mumbai mandis. The prices have gone up by 10 to 20 percent so far. The Hapus mango which was earlier available for Rs 1200 to Rs 4000. He has now reached from 2000 to 4500 rupees a dozen.
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