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The Potential When Import Mango From Vietnam

Updated: Oct 26, 2022

Vietnam is the 13th largest mango producer in the world, and the export amount of mango has increased enormously. In 2020, Vietnam exported more than 600,000 tons of mangoes to 53 countries and territories. Vagrofood has contributed to exporting this mango output to global markets.


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  1. General situation of Vietnam's mango export.

  2. The US has increasing mango imports from Vietnam.

  3. Types of exports mangoes in Vietnam.

  4. How to import mango from Vietnam?

  5. The advantage when using Vagrofood service.

Vietnam, the 13th largest mango exporter in the world
Vietnam, the 13th largest mango exporter in the world

1. General situation of Vietnam's mango export

According to data from the Trade Promotion Department (Ministry of Industry and Trade), the total area of mango growing in Vietnam is 87,000 hectares, of which the Mekong Delta accounts for 48%.


In 2021, Vietnam's mango export turnover will reach more than 180 million USD, accounting for more than 1% of the world's total mango exports.


Did you know that Vietnamese mangoes are exported worldwide to China and significant global markets such as the USA, EU, Japan, Australia, etc.?


2. The US has increasing mango imports from Vietnam.

The volume and value of Vietnam’s mangoes imported to the US have increased dramatically. In 2020, Vietnam’s mangoes imported to the US were 66% higher in volume and 70.1% higher in value than in 2019.


Among the types of mango imported into the US by Vietnam, frozen mango occupies the most significant proportion. In the past year, the US imports of frozen mangoes from Vietnam reached 1,150 tons, up 38.16% compared to 2019, accounting for 54.76% of the total volume of mangoes imported from Vietnam.


Apart from frozen mango and fresh mango, the US also imported processed mango and mango juice from Vietnam. Still, these products only accounted for a tiny proportion of the total volume of mangoes imported from Vietnam to the US. (Data from Vietnamagriculture)


It shows that the demand for importing Vietnamese mangoes into the US market is exceptionally high, which is known to be the most challenging fruit importer in the world. Americans increasingly prefer Vietnamese mangoes, and this comes from Vietnam's fertile soil, favorable climate, and delicious mango varieties.


3. Types of export mangoes in Vietnam

Vietnamese mangoes harvest all year round, but most are in December, January, February, March, April, and May. But most of the mango varieties exported around the world belong to the following ten types (All mangoes represent by the name Vietnam. You can learn more about these ten famous Vietnamese mango types in another of our articles below):

  • Xoài Cát Hoà Lộc.

  • Xoài Keo.

  • Xoài Cát Chu.

  • Xoài Tượng.

  • Xoài Úc.

  • Xoài Tứ Quý.

  • Xoài Đài Loan Đỏ.

  • Xoài Thanh Ca.

  • Xoài Bao Tử.

  • Xoài Thái.

Xoà Cát Hoà Lộc - the well-known delicious mango that visitors must eat once when coming to the south of Vietnam.
Xoài Cát Hoà Lộc - the well-known delicious mango that visitors must eat once when coming to the south of Vietnam.

The main mango varieties are Hoà Lộc và Cát Chu. In particular, the National Office of Intellectual Property has granted a certificate of trademark protection for the most popular and economically valuable mango variety, the Hoà Lộc mango.


4. How to import mango from Vietnam?

In general, the quality of Vietnamese mangoes is quite good, and the taste is easy to eat, but the disadvantage is that the skin is thin and the production quality is not uniform. Because of these characteristics, preserving fresh mangoes is often quite tricky, and it is easy to reduce the rate when exporting far away.


Therefore, if you want to import Vietnamese mango, you need to make sure mangoes meet the following criteria:

+ Irradiation treatment: Fresh mangoes must irradiate with a minimum dose of 400 Gy (the inspection agency must approve the irradiation facility of Vietnam).

+ Phytosanitary: This is a prerequisite in global trade to ensure products are free from certain insect pests.

+ Exported mangoes harvest from common growing areas: This is a vital "document" of goods, which trace when needed.

+ Must check product quality and pesticide content: Ensure the pesticide content in mango fruit is within the allowable threshold.

+ How to pack goods in boxes/packaging: Mangoes must be loaded into containers/packaging properly to ensure that the goods are still intact when exported abroad and undamaged during transportation.

Mangoes are purchased right at the garden according to Global Gap standards.
Mangoes are purchased right at the garden according to Global Gap standards.

5. The advantage when using Vagrofood service

A prerequisite when exporting mangoes is traceability. Therefore, over the years, Vagrofood has expanded the mango growing area that meets Global Gap standards meet export requirements.


Besides checking the quality of mangoes and ensuring the correct standards for plant protection residues, Vagrofood will also help your business to carry out essential documents such as:

+ An invoice: is a commercial document issued by a seller to a buyer. Also, specify the products, quantity, and total price.

+ Packing List: which will show complete information about the goods on the purchase and sale transaction, the basis for comparing and checking the quality, code, and quantity according to the order ordered

+ Bill Of Lading: This is a receipt of goods to ensure the exporter receives payment from the importer.


Eating delicious mango is not tricky, but eating delicious and clean mango is not easy. But don't worry too much; just come to Vagrofood. Now you can buy mango shops online on this website; feel free to contact us to order wholesale mangoes.

 

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