Exporting jackfruit and chillies will improve the economic condition of the farmers of Assam. The first consignment includes 1.5 tonnes of raw jackfruit and 500 kg of green chillies. If the people there like this import, then export will continue even further.
Jackfruit from Assam for the first time and Green chilli export of (Jackfruit and Green Chilli export) is being done in Dubai. In addition, fresh banana and baby corn exports from India to Canada (Banana To Baby Corn) has also got access to the overseas market. The move is expected to benefit Indian farmers growing banana and baby corn and increase the country’s export earnings. Exporting jackfruit and chillies will improve the economic condition of the farmers of Assam. The first consignment includes 1.5 tonnes of raw jackfruit and 500 kg of green chillies. These will be sold in the departmental stores there. These horticultural crops of Assam will be exported through Lulu Group International. These products will be sold in their own supermarket.
Jackfruit and raw chillies are being exported from Dhubri in Assam to Dubai. Dhubri Deputy Commissioner Anbamuthan flagged off this consignment of exports from Bilsipada on Friday. The export goods will first be sent to Mumbai by air. Then it will be dispatched from there by an airplane going to Dubai. Anbamuthan said that the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) of the Central Government has assisted in this process.
Export will continue if you like the test
This is expected to benefit the jackfruit and chilli growing farmers of Dhubri. On this occasion, Ravi Kumar, General Manager, Lulu Group said that if the customers of Gulf countries like jackfruit and green chillies, then the export of these products from Dhubri will continue. As a trial run from Tripura last year, a consignment of 350 jackfruits was sent to the UK. This consignment was sent to Britain via Delhi. It is noteworthy that last year Tripura had exported jackfruit for the first time.
Farmers will benefit
Apart from this, India has got access to the foreign market to export fresh bananas and baby corn to Canada. The government gave this information in a statement on Saturday. The move is expected to benefit Indian farmers growing banana and baby corn and increase the country’s export earnings. The government said in a statement that Canada has approved the export of fresh bananas with immediate effect, while the export consignments of baby corn will start from this month.
Canada administration approved with immediate effect
The decision was taken after talks between Agriculture Secretary Manoj Ahuja and Canadian High Commissioner H E Cameron McKay on 7 April. Based on the technical information provided by India for fresh bananas, Canada has approved the entry of Indian bananas into Canada with immediate effect.