Clocking a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of over five per cent, the production of mangoes across India has increased from 13.9 MT in 2007-08 to 18 MT in 2012-13. Besides, the cultivated area and productivity have also grown at a CAGR of 2.6 per cent and 2.4 per cent respectively during the aforesaid period.
Andhra Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh together account for about half of the total mangoes being produced in India with both the states accounting for almost similar share of over 24 per cent. Karnataka (10 per cent), Bihar (7.6 per cent) and Gujarat are amid top five states with high share in mangoes' production across India.
mangoes from India have grown at a CAGR of over 27 per cent during
the course of past three years i.e. from over Rs 16,400 lakh in
2010-11 to over Rs 26,700 lakh as of 2012-13. "This has had a
significant impact on domestic demand of mangoes thereby leading to
rise in their prices."
The UAE is the top most export destination for India's mangoes accounting for over 61 per cent share followed by the UK (12 per cent) and Saudi Arabia (five per cent). Qatar, Kuwait and Bangladesh are other leading export destinations for Indian mangoes.
Qatar is leading with about 110 per cent CAGR in mango imports from India followed by the USA (88 per cent), Oman (84 per cent), Nepal (70 per cent) and Kuwait (46 per cent) amid top five destinations recording high growth in mangoes exported from India.
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