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Indian mangoes await a ceremony at the Commerce Department celebrating the opening of mango trade between the United States and India.
Imports of Indian mangoes, which already account for almost half the world's mango output, are expected to hit U.S. stores over the next month. A new trade agreement lifts a U.S. ban on Indian varieties of the fruit that was implemented in the mid-1980s over concerns about fruit flies.
Bhaskar Savani, a Philadelphia dentist who was among the first to import Indian mangoes under the new rules, tells Robert Siegel that American mango-eaters have been missing out for years.