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Commodity Import Report (CIR)

Mango (Fruit) from India into Continental U.S. Ports
The CIR contains current import regulation information for the selected Commodity Import (a specific commodity approved from a designated country, or region, into one or more designated ports). A flag ( Access Restricted to APHIS/CBP ) indicates information that is intended for and available to an APHIS/CBP audience only.
Mangifera indica Commodity Summary Guide Page Country Summary

Import Requirements
1 Admissible Plant Parts: Fruit
2 Admissible Ports: Continental U.S. Ports
3 Subject to Inspection: This commodity is subject to inspection at the port of entry and all general requirements of 7 CFR 319.56-3.
4 Commercial Consignments Only
5 Port Restriction: Do not import or distribute into or within Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or any U.S. territory.
6 Pest Mitigation Strategy: Consignments must satisfy only one of the mitigation strategy options listed below.
7 Pest Mitigation Strategy: Option 1
  7.1 Pest Mitigation Strategy: Irradiated in the country of origin
  7.2 Condition of Entry Treatment: T105-a-2 (Irradiation)
  7.3 Import Permit Required: An Import Permit is required. To obtain a permit, go to APHIS eFile.
  7.4 Preclearance Program: Mandatory Preclearance: Consignments must be precleared. To validate foreign site preclearance inspection and/or treatment, precleared consignments must be accompanied by a signed PPQ Form 203.
  7.5 Phytosanitary Certificate: Consignments must be accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate issued by the National Plant Protection Organization (NPPO) of the country of origin with additional declarations stating:
  • Consignment was subjected to one of the pre- or post-harvest mitigation options authorized under 7 CFR 319.56-4; and
  • Consignment was inspected and found free of Cytosphaera mangiferae, Macrophoma mangiferae, and Xanthomonas campestris pv mangiferaeindicae
  7.6 Packaging or Labeling Requirements: Commodities irradiated in the country of origin must meet the following labeling and packaging requirements:

Boxes or cartons must be marked with:

  • Production Unit Code (PUC)
  • Treatment Facility Code (TFC)
  • Packinghouse Code (PHC)
  • Packing date
  • Lot number
  • A stamp with the words "Treated by irradiation" or "Treated with radiation"
  • The international radura symbol

If the boxes or cartons are not palletized, they must also include:

  • Treatment Facility Code (TFC)
  • Treatment Identification Number (TIN)
  • Treatment date

If the boxes or cartons are palletized, the pallets need to display only:

  • Treatment Facility Code (TFC)
  • Treatment Identification Number (TIN)
  • Treatment date

The palletized boxes or cartons must be wrapped with polyethylene shrink wrap, net wrapping, or strapping (excluding air shipments.) If air shipments are not palletized, cartons must be pest proof, and the shipment can be broken down into smaller shipping units, such as LD-3 air cargo containers.

8 Pest Mitigation Strategy: Option 2
  8.1 Pest Mitigation Strategy: Irradiated upon arrival in the United States.
  8.2 Condition of Entry Treatment: T105-a-2 (Irradiation) A bilateral agreement between APHIS and the National Plant Protection Organization (NPPO) of the exporting country is required before irradiation in the U.S. is an approved option. The NPPO must make a formal request to APHIS for this option. Contact the NPPO at:
  8.3 Import Permit Required: NOTICE: program phytosanitary requirements designed for this commodity to meet U.S. entry requirements have not been met. Therefore, import permits will not be issued at this time.
  8.4 Compliance Agreement Required: Prior to applying for an import permit, you must obtain an USDA-APHIS-PPQ Importer Compliance Agreement for irradiation treatment conducted in the United States. Once you have signed the Importer Compliance Agreement, it will be valid, certifying you will meet all regulatory requirements and conditions. For more information on obtaining an Importer Compliance Agreement, refer to the Steps for Importing Fresh Fruits and Vegetables for Irradiation Treatment in the United States (
9 Reference Information: To be treated in accordance with the Plant Protection and Quarantine Treatment Manual (
Instructions for Officers
10 If the consignment was irradiated, refer to the Special Procedures for Precleared Irradiated Fruits and Vegetables ( restricted image
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Additional Requirements
12 Mangoes (Mangifera indica) may be imported into the continental United States from India only under the following conditions.

The risks presented by Cytosphaera mangiferae and Macrophoma mangiferae must be addressed in one of the following ways.

The mangoes are treated with a broad-spectrum post-harvest fungicidal dip; or

The orchard of origin is inspected prior to the beginning of harvest as determined by the mutual agreement between APHIS and the National Plant Protection Organization (NPPO) of India and the orchard is found free of Cytosphaera mangiferae and Macrophoma mangiferae; or

The orchard of origin is treated with a broad-spectrum fungicide during the growing season and is inspected prior to the beginning of harvest as determined by the mutual agreement between APHIS and the NPPO of India and the fruit found free of Cytosphaera mangiferae and Macrophoma mangiferae

Each consignment of mangoes must be inspected by APHIS and the NPPO of India as part of the required inspection activities at a time and in a manner determined by mutual agreement between APHIS and the NPPO of India.

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