"We will be forced to sell Alphonso in India at a very low price shouldering a heavy loss. Apart from exporters, the farmers will also be at loss as India market won't be able to pay the export price," added Jaiswal.
The Alphonso exporting community is planning to meet soon, probably with in 1-2 days, to decide their next action plan.
"We exporters are planning to hold a meeting regarding this issue in next two days and there only the next step will be decided. We expect a rapid action from the government to avoid the up-coming crisis," said Jaiswal.
Another exporter namely Alphanso Mango Wala also said that within 2-3 days the exporters will come out with their market strategy.
Meanwhile it looks, the exporters loss will be the gain of mango lovers in India, as they are expecting to taste some quality mangoes at a lower price. "If the ban lasts for a long time, we will get good quality mangoes at a very low price," said a mango lover.
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