A ban on Indian mango imports into the European Union will be lifted, clearing the way for them to return to the UK and other EU member states.
But imports of other foodstuffs such as Indian aubergines, two types of squash, and a type of leaf used in cooking will remain restricted.
Indian mango exports to the EU were suspended in May after fruit flies had been found in consignments. A European Commission committee voted to lift the ban on Tuesday.
There had been “significant improvements” in India’s mango export system, the E C said after the unanimous vote.
The UK government previously said it was working towards the ban being lifted and was one of the member states that participated in the vote to lift the ban.