Published: May 05, 2022
Japan’s visiting Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Kaneko Genjiro promised his Thai counterpart Chalermchai Srion on Thursday that his country would make it more convenient to import oranges and mangosteen from Thailand.
Published: Jan 26, 2022
Department of Agriculture to provide special training to durian and mangosteen farmers regarding the use of safe insecticides and prevention of Covid-19 virus contamination on produce to be exported to China.
Published: Aug 11, 2021
The per-kilo price of Thai mangosteen has risen from 4-5 baht to 13-15 baht after the Fruit Board switched its strategy to domestic consumption rather than Covid-hit exports, the Agriculture and Cooperatives Ministry said on Wednesday.
Published: Jul 27, 2021
The Thai Fruit Export Association has urged the government to solve the mangosteen oversupply problem by having agricultural cooperatives and private partners buy the fruit and gift it to Covid-19 patients.
Published: Mar 16, 2020
The Ministry of Agricultural and Cooperatives has been informed by the Office of Agricultural Affairs in five countries – China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and US – on the impact on Thai fruit export from the Covid-19 outbreak , said Anan Suwannarat, the ministry’s permanent secretary.
Published: Mar 02, 2020
Agricultural and Cooperatives Deputy Minister Mananya Thaiset has ordered the Cooperative Promotion Department to support and promote fruit production to tackle the impact on the fruit trade amid the Covid-19 coronavirus.
Published: Sep 23, 2019
It’s the sweet smell of success for Thai fruit exporters: Thai mangosteens have become an instant hit among Taiwanese consumers after the fruit went on sale there for the first time in 15 years, Department of Agriculture director-general Surmsuk Salakpetch said.