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Export of Indian grapes likely to surge by 200 pc by 2020: APEDA

Mumbai, Nov 27 (UNI) In order to promote the export of grapes, Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) in association with PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry organised a business meet here on Tuesday.
The export of grapes to China are likely to increase by 200 per cent both in quantity and value terms by 2020, which is currently pegged at 600 metric tonnes, the Reverse Buyer Seller Meet observed.
Speaking on the occasion, APEDA Chairman Paban K Borthakur said, " We are making efforts to expand export market to China. The collective efforts of Ministry of Commerce and Industry through APEDA in association with the grape growing states, and the National Research Centre for grapes is making efforts to improve the quality of fresh grapes. The promotional schemes of Central and State Governments will boost the export of Indian grapes and other tropical fruits."
Leader of the Chinese delegation and representative of Guangdong China Imported Food Association Zhong Lishan said,"China is keen to increase import of grapes from India based on increasing demand for grapes in China which is at present being imported from other destinations like Chile and United States."
Joint Directorate General of Foreign Trade V Chaturvedi and various representatives of the state horticulture department and National Research Centre Grapes were participated in the meet.
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