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Photo of the ‘’World’s Costliest Mango’’ that costs about $1,228.50 per fruit
In this unusual news, we tell you that the ‘’World’s Costliest Mango’’ shown in a photo which costs about $1,228.50 per fruit has been revealed.
In this news on ndtv.com titled: Harsh Goenka Posts Photo Of “World’s Costliest Mango”: All You Need To Know, “The unusual ruby-coloured Japanese breed of mango, Miyazaki is said to be the world’s costliest mango, is sold at $3,510 per kg.
The unusual ruby-coloured Japanese breed of mango, Miyazaki is said to be the world’s costliest fruit in the world as it was at 3,510 Dollars per kg. On the average, one Miyazaki fruit weighs 350 grams. Proportionally, one Miyazaki fruit costs $1,228.50.
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Harsh Goenka who has posted a photo of one of the costliest varieties of the fruit said that the crop is rarely grown in India and that growers of the fruit provide security to guard the fruit.
In a tweet, Mr. Goenka said that a man in Madhya Pradesh has hired security guards and six dogs to protect to crop. Parihar a farmer in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh has hired three security guards and 6 dogs to secure the two trees,” the RPG Group Chairman said in his tweet pic.twitter.com/DxVWfjMT8F
According to the Japanese Trade Promotion Centre, The Miyazaki is a type of “irwin” mango which is different from the yellow “pelican mango” widely grown in Southeast Asia.
Miyazaki mangoes are often referred to as “Eggs of Sunshine” (Taiyo-no-Tamago in Japanese) due to their shape and flaming red colour and they got their name from the city in Japan where they are grown.
The mango is rich in antioxidants, beta-carotene, and folic acid, the mangoes are grown during the peak harvest season between April and August.
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