With a wide range of climatic conditions from the North to the South and West to East India produces exotic fruit varieties. Fruits that grown in the colder climates is available in the North and East while the tropical fruits like mango, guava, sapota and custard apple grow plenty in the South. They are all available in bulk for export.
India currently produces around 32 million MT of fruits and accounts for 8% of the world’s fruit production. The diversity of the country with regard to agro-climatic conditions makes it possible to grow all varieties of fruits. The availability of 4000 fruit processing units in India where 20% of the production is meant for exports makes fruit trade an excellent business. At this point we should note that mango and mango based products from the 50% of exports from India.
Apart from the health benefits of fruits the cosmetic industry also gets to make excellent products with fruit properties as it fruits are used in number of creams, scrubs, moisturizers and other such products.
The following are the popular fruit varieties which are also exported:
|Mangoes||(Langra, Chausa, Fazli, Krishna Bhog, Himsagar, Neelam, Baneshan, Badami)|
|Grapes||(Anab-e-shahi, Cheema sahebi, kishmish chorni, perlette, Arkavati)|
|Apple||(McIntosh, Chaubattia Anupam, Lal Ambri, Golden Delicious)|
|Banana||Fresh (Dwarf Cavendish, Robusta, Rasthali, Poovan, Naendram, Red Banana)|
|Guava||(L-49, Allahabad Safeda, Banarasi, Chittidar, Harijha)|
|Papaya||(Coorg Honey Dew, Pusa Dwarf, Pusa Giant, Pusa Majesty)|
|Sapota||(Kalipatti, Pilipatti, Pala, Guthi)|
|Lemons, Oranges, Gooseberries, Plums, Watermelons, Figs and Apricot are some other fruits produced in India.|
10, 20 or 25 kg packs in CFB boxes, Perforated PP bags or Jute bags
10, 20 or 25 kg packs in CFB boxes, Perforated PP bags or Jute bags as per customer (country) requirement. Good grade BIS standard, aseptic and flexible packaging.
By Air from Tiruchirappalli, Coimbatore, Cochin or Chennai, India.
As per the customer’s requirement
According to the specifications of AGMARK & Export Promotion Council and as per customer requirement for Weight & Quality.
FOB / CFR / CIF according to Inco Terms 2010 and as per customer requirement.
100% by TT
15 days from the date of receipt of Confirmed Purchase Order and Payment Instrument (L/C documents and Advance payment)