Category : Agri Commodities

Agri Commodities Importing/Exporting Meat

Meat: History and current trade status in India

Bulk Trading of Meat - Meat Exporter and Producers in India

Meat is essentially animal flesh consumed worldwide as per religious, cultural, and spiritual preferences. Consumption of meat has seen a rapid rise over the last century. Changing consumption habits could be attributed to lifestyle changes and inclination for an alternate source of protein.

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Agri Commodities Sugar Exporters

Sugar: Commodity of Sweetness, Evolution over the years

Sugar Exporter in India

Today, India holds the coveted spot of being the largest producer of Sugar in the world. However, as “Rome was not built in a day”, similarly this remarkable feat also has its own share of ups and downs.

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Agri Commodities Basmati Rice

1121 Basmati Rice: Trade Development and Export status

Buy 1121 Basmati Rice in Bulk – Basmati Rice Importer/Exporter

Rice is an important ingredient of the global diet. It is a rich source of carbohydrates. As such, people around the globe consume it for its rich calorific value. With the rise of globalization and liberalization, even countries deficient in rice production started exporting rice from the surplus production countries.

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Agri Commodities Edible oil

Edible Oil : Trade status and development in India

Edible Oil Manufacturers & Suppliers - Buy Best Cooking Oil Online in India

Edible oils are an important component of the modern diet. Among the three major classes of foods – carbohydrates, protein, and fat, edible oil consist of one of them. These are considered an important source of fat. In general, these are extracted from aquatic or terrestrial animals or the seeds/leaves of a variety of plants.

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Agri Commodities News

India bans export of onion seed with immediate effect

India bans export of onion seed

The government on Thursday banned exports of onion seeds with immediate effect. Earlier, the export of onion seeds was in the restricted category.

“The export of onion seeds is prohibited, with immediate effect,” the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) said in a notification.

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Agri Commodities Commodity

Documentation required to export agri-commodities to Dubai

agri-commodites register

Exporting agri commodities from India to Dubai is a vigilant process. Once you have attained the order the next step is shipping, which requires a certain amount of paperwork.

All agri-commodities require a health care certificate and country origin certificate, for all plant products like dry pea, vegetables, and fruits, and so on, a special certificate called the Animal and Plant Health Inspection certificate would also be needed.

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Agri Commodities Commodity Edible oil

How to Start Edible Oil Export and a smooth way to approach buyers?

How to export edible-oil and find buyers?

Any Edible oil export business is a lucrative opportunity. Small scale or new businesses in India feel exporting oil is a hard task to accomplish, however, In reality, initial paperwork requires your highest attention, approaching buyers and shipping is a cakewalk now. Sometimes people are clueless on how to even start edible-oil export but not anymore. Below we have gathered all the information, step-by-step for your better understanding of edible oil export. The following steps will help you draw your plan of action, effectively.

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Agri Commodities News

Indian basmati rice exporters to renegotiate with importers from Australia, Canada, and The US

Indian Basmati rice exporters to renegotiate prices with global importers

After the freight rates have gone up by 50% the Indian basmati rice exporters are facing massive issues with trade. To curb these issues and to continue export the rice exporters are renegotiating prices with the importers in Australia, Canada and The US.

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Agri Commodities Rice

Key Factors That Can Increase Your Rice Export

3 key factors to increase your rice export

Starting a rice export business requires few certifications and a good quality rice supply, but sustaining the success is comparatively tougher than other sectors. It requires more than just fine dining, an excessive study of different parameters. In the rice export from India speed and convenience contribute to the demand and supply, not just a good customer base. If you understand the most important key factors affecting Indian rice exports, you are more likely to have a seamless rice export cycle than your counterparts.

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