U.K. turns away Pakistani mangoes on fruit-fly fears

07/25/2013 | Fresh Fruit Portal (Chile)

U.K. officials turned away about 6% of mango shipments from Pakistan last year after finding non-European Tephritidae, also known as fruit flies. Halfway through this year's season, the U.K. has sent back about 2.8% of all the mangoes shipped because of fruit-fly infestation, which has the potential to harm crops.

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