Kiwi Exports Banned Until Oct. 23
Kiwi Exports Banned Until Oct. 23
Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Kiwi Exports Banned Until Oct. 23

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Kiwi Exports Banned Until Oct. 23

The ban on kiwi export until October 23 has been notified to all provincial agricultural jihad organizations across the country by the director general of Agriculture Ministry’s Quarantine Affairs Bureau on September 4.
Akbar Ahangaran added that the measure has been taken to prevent the export of unripe kiwis as this will stain the reputation of Iranian kiwis in export markets, IRNA reported on Monday.
The ban, he added, has nothing to do with quarantine issues and is aimed at maintaining the quality of exports.


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