Mozambique: Inhambane exports pineapples and mangoes to South Africa

Pineapples and mangoes grown in Machacame, Govuro district, Inhambane have been on the South African market since Thursday, marking the start of Inhambane fruit commercialisation in the international market this year.

According to the owner of Jab Moz, Corner Bernard, exports of his agribusiness may reach about 350 tons in this marketing campaign, comprising perhaps 250 tons of pineapples and 100 tons of mango.

Inhambane governor Daniel Chapo has said that his executive will do everything to attract investments of this nature to Inhambane province, in order to increase production and productivity and improve the lives of families working on the farms.

Source: Notícias / MMO via Club of Mozambique

Also read: First fruit export by train from Ethiopia


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