Pakistani Mangoes Set to Arrive This Month in UAE With Cheaper Rates:
Mango enthusiasts in the UAE are in for an exciting treat as Pakistani mangoes are scheduled to arrive in the country later this month. Starting from May 20, these delectably juicy mangoes will be available on the shelves of UAE stores, as they embark on a journey to various destinations worldwide.
Expressing his enthusiasm, Mustafa Altaf, the managing director of Altaf Hussain Trading Co., conveyed his excitement, highlighting the abundant crop this year throughout Pakistan. As a result, the supply of mangoes is expected to be strong, leading to more affordable prices.
Pakistani mangoes have gained immense popularity globally, becoming a significant export for the country’s agricultural sector. They contribute millions of dollars to the national economy. The UAE alone receives a diverse range of mango varieties, including Chaunsa, Langra, Sindhri, Anwar Ratool, Dusehri, Saroli, Almas, Fajri, and others.
The initial shipment of mangoes to the UAE will include the Sindhri, Almas, and Dusehri varieties, originating from the Sindh province. Pakistan stands as one of the largest mango exporters in the world, sharing its position with India, China, Thailand, and Indonesia. In addition to the UAE, other major destinations for Pakistani mango exports include Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, the UK, the USA, Canada, EU countries, and Singapore.
Due to the devaluation of the Pakistani rupee against the Emirati dirham, it expected that mango prices in the UAE will remain lower compared to last year. Mustafa Altaf highlighted this additional advantage, emphasizing the significant drop in the rupee’s value, making imports from Pakistan more cost-effective.
The Middle East region plays a crucial role as a primary export market for Pakistani mangoes, accounting for a significant volume of exports.
So, prepare yourself to indulge in the irresistible sweetness of Pakistani mangoes and don’t miss the opportunity to relish these tropical delights that have captivated the hearts of mango connoisseurs worldwide.