VOV.VN - German news outlet fruchtportal.de has published an article detailing Vietnam’s plan to double its mango export volume and expand its growing area in order to earn US$650 million in export value by 2030.
The article outlines that Vietnamese mango export turnover in 2020 reached US$180.8 million and then doubled to hit US$310 million last year.
It cites data from Germany’s Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture indicating Vietnam is the 13th largest mango producer in the world with an output of approximately 893,000 tonnes in 2020.
Last year saw Vietnam export over 600,000 tonnes of mango with export value representing a 1.7-fold increase compared to the previous year.
The country has allocated roughly 87,000 hectares of land under mango cultivation, and farmers have moved to grow this fruit through the application of VietGAP and GlobalGAP standards, helping to generate high-quality products for export
Currently, Vietnamese mangoes have been exported to 53 countries and territories worldwide, with China being the largest consumer, accounting for 83.95% of the total export volume.