Pakistani mango set to enter Japanese market: Dawood

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Islamabad

Pakistan has managed to enter the Japanese mango market after Japan approved one mango treatment facility in the South Asian nation to do the same.

Advisor to Prime Minister on Commerce, Industries & Production and Investment, Abdul Razak Dawood announced this in a series of tweets on Friday.

Dawood said that he was glad to share that after Australia, now Japan has also allowed one mango export facility of Pakistan, Roomi Foods Vapour Heat Treatment Plant, to export mangoes to Tokyo.

He said that Roomi Foods Vapour Treatment Plant is the only facility equipped to process mangoes as per Japanese government quarantine requirements.

He also congratulated Roomi Foods for this achievement and commended the facilitation provided by the Department of Plant Protection of Pakistan and Trade Counsel Tokyo, Japan.—APP

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