Banned Fruits Still Abound in Market
Economy, Domestic Economy

Banned Fruits Still Abound in Market

The distribution of banned foreign fruits has not yet come to a halt despite strict regulations, which are widely available across the country, the head of Iran’s Union of Fruit and Vegetable Sellers said. “If inspectors come across such items, they will confiscate them. These fruits include Egyptian oranges, Pakistani Tangerines, Chilean grapes and French Granny Smith apples,” Hossein Mohajeran added. Mohajeran noted that the distribution of banned fruits has declined slightly compared to a few months ago and is conducted covertly.

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