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Fresh Fruit Export From India

India is the world’s second largest producer of vegetables, accounting for approximately 15 percent of the global vegetable production. The country’s vegetable production is largely driven by the high demand from the domestic market, as well as the export market. In recent years, India has been exporting an increasing number of vegetables to various countries around the world.

Vegetables are an important part of the Indian diet, and the country’s climate and soils are well-suited to their cultivation. In addition, the government has invested heavily in the development of the sector in recent years.  The main destinations for Indian fresh vegetable exports are the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, and Bahrain. These countries are all located in the Gulf region, and they have a high demand for fresh vegetables year-round. Indian exports to these countries have been growing rapidly in recent years, and they are now worth over $1 billion annually.  The Indian government has also been working to increase exports to other countries in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. In particular, there has been a major push to increase exports to China, which is a growing market for Indian products.

 India is one of the world’s largest exporters of vegetables, with over 50 countries importing Indian vegetables. India exports a wide variety of vegetables, including potatoes, onions, tomatoes, carrots, radishes, beans, peas, cauliflower, cabbage, spinach, and eggplant. In addition to fresh vegetables, India also exports frozen and canned vegetables. 

Fresh Vegetables

Sindhri Mangoes


Chaunsa Mangoes

Green Capsium

Dasheri Mangoes



Langra Mangoes


Green Mangoes for Pickle


Orange Carrots

Langra Mangoes

Green Chillies

Green Mangoes for Pickle



Langra Mangoes


Green Mangoes for Pickle

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