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Madagascar: 200,000 tons of picked mangoes each year in the island




Madagascar: 200,000 tons of picked mangoes each year in the island
The production of fruit in Madagascar is approaching the 500,000 tons per year, as reported by the newspaper Courrier of Madagascar.
 
The tropical fruits that represent more than 80% of local production (banana, pineapple, guava, papaya, mango, avocado, corossol, etc.) thus tamp out the fruits of temperate climates like the apple, pear, strawberry, apricot, and other grapes.
 
 Some 200,000 tons of mangoes are thus particularly picked up each year in the island.
 



Antso Rajaona


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