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India: Sundarja mango of Rewa district receives GI tag

On 26 March 2023, Union Minister Piyush Goyal shared information on social media that Sundarja mangoes of the Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh have been given the GI tag. The Sundarja mango is found in abundance in Govindgarh town of Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh. This is a special species of mango. The Sundarja mango grown in the Govindgarh orchards is light white in color while the Sundarja mango produced in the Kuthulia Fruit Research Center in Rewa is light green.

The popularity of Sundarja mango can also be gauged from the fact that in the year 1968 a postal stamp was issued in the name of this mango. The process of GI certification of a specific product of a sector was started in the year 2003. That's why GI tag was started in 2003. The first GI tag in India was given to Darjeeling Tea of West Bengal in 2004.


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