KARACHI: Patron-in-Chief All Pakistan Fruits and Vegetable Exporters Association Waheed Ahmed on Friday anticipated kinno exports to Kenya during the current season following the visit of Kenyan quarantine experts. “Kenya may become a promising international market of 40,000-50,000 tonnes of Pakistani kinno,” he said in a statement.

Quarantine experts from Kenya visited Pakistan from Jan 2-8 to inspect hot water/vapour heat treatment plants and cold sterilisation facilities. They also evaluated imports of Pakistani kinno and mango to Kenya and expressed satisfaction on the standards of quarantine facilities, standard of kinno processing plants and quarantine procedures, he added.

Published in Dawn, January 15th, 2022

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