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Agri Commodities

Effect of Ukraine-Russia War on Agro Industry

Effect of Ukraine-Russia War on Agro Industry

Russia-Ukraine war has had a huge effect on global agro-commodity market. While the effect of war is clearly visible on global wheat market in particular, it has disrupted the whole agro-commodities market in general. Russia and Ukraine which jointly contribute to 30% of the total wheat production in the world has stopped exporting any of it in the aftermath of the war thereby leading to rise in prices and leading to food crisis. Now, many countries are resorting to ban food export. Wheat is one of the many commodities whose export has been banned by countries. Lately, India has also banned wheat exports and have also restricted export of wheat flour. This was a reaction to rise in prices of wheat in the global market including the Indian market in guise of food security.

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Agri Commodities Edible oil

Edible Oils Market Trends: 2022

bulk edible oils

Edible oils are gaining much traction in the food industry for their functional properties. These oils solve a problem that has plagued humanity since its beginning. With that said, edible oils will become more popular over the next decade, and the market size is expected to reach USD 5.76 Billion at a CAGR of 5.6% during the forecast period.

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Agri Commodities Wheat

Wheat Flour Export Restriction Imposed (India & International)

export of wheat flour

India has put some restrictions on export of wheat flour after imposing blanket ban over wheat exports recently. These restrictions will come into force from July 12th 2022. India’s restrictive measures have not gone down well with global community but really speaking India is not the only country restricting food exports including wheat and wheat flour exports. Extra focus on India’s wheat ban has completely diverted attention from ban of food exports by other countries. Algeria has banned export of wheat derivatives; Egypt is another nation to ban wheat and wheat flour exports. Russia has not only banned wheat and meslin export from its shores but also put an embargo on export of wheat from Ukraine. Serbia is very much part of this bandwagon.

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Jump in Indian Rice Prices

Rice export from India

The prices of Indian rice have jumped by at least 10% in the last five days in both domestic and international markets. This high jump in rice prices can be seen after Bangladesh slashed its import duty and tariff on rice from 6.25 percent to 25% prompting Indian traders to make a sprint for export deals with the bordering countries. The Indian government has been trying to bring down the prices of rice.

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Agri Commodities

Rise In Demand For Indian Agri Products In The Middle East

Indian Agri products

The demand for Indian Agri products is rising in the Middle East. With a population of about 340 million, Saudi Arabia’s farming sector is relatively small, but the country is restructuring its agricultural business to meet its growing food needs. Demand for Indian Agri products such as turmeric, tea, and coffee is also on the rise.

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5 Types Of Spices Exported From India To Yemen

Spices Online

Yemen is home to the world’s largest spice market. Over 500,000 metric tons of Indian spices are imported every year from India. India is a major exporter of spices in the world, and it has been exporting its spices to Yemen for many decades ago. There is a growing demand in Middle East countries such as Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates (UAE) for Indian spices. Here are five types of spices exported from India to Yemen:

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Indian Pulses: How to Export Pulses from India?

Pulses Export From India

India is a wonderful country to visit, full of history and culture. But did you know you can export your pulses from India too? Cereals are crops that are grown all around the world – almost every country grows a type of pulses in their region. It is one of the most popular foods in India, but if you’ve never been there or shipped it before, it might be difficult to know what you’re starting with. Have no fear though as I’m going to explain how you can get started using Indian pulses and legumes which can be sold around the world. If you’ve been considering exporting your own produce for some time now but haven’t gotten started yet, then this guide is for you!

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Agri Commodities

Exporting Food And Beverages To The United Arab Emirates

Exporting Food And Beverages

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has the largest GDP per capita of any country in the Middle East, and it’s growing quickly. To meet the needs of its rapidly expanding population, the UAE government has made attracting business investment a top priority in recent years, and there are many opportunities to capitalize on with exports to this thriving economy. If you’re thinking about exporting food or beverages to The United Arab Emirates, here are five tips to help make your endeavours as successful as possible.

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Basmati Rice

5 Tips to Boost Your Basmati Rice Export Business

If you’re interested in entering the exciting and lucrative world of basmati rice export, you’ve already taken the first step in making your business as successful as possible. Starting any new business venture can be challenging, but it’s especially so when you are trying to break into an industry that isn’t familiar to you and when trying to do it from overseas. In order to ensure your success, here are five tips that can help boost your basmati rice export business from the start and make it a profitable investment for years to come.

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Edible oil

Export Policy of Edible Oils: An Overview

exporters of edible oils

There are many different types of edible oils that can be extracted from seeds, nuts, and plants; however, when we talk about edible oils, we are referring to vegetable oil. Edible oils are derived from the fat found in the seeds of plants such as rapeseed, sunflower seeds, soybeans, flaxseeds, corn, mustard seeds, etc. They are commonly used in cooking as they do not have any odour or taste (which makes them great for recipes and dishes) and they can be used as butter substitutes as well as in soap-making because they have high lathering properties.

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