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Demand for healthy food boosts India's organic exports
by Saurabh Katkurwar, IANS (Indo- Asian News Service)
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23 May 2018
On 23 May 2018 India West reported:
Exports of organic products from India have risen over 20 percent in the fiscal just ended owing to the 'growing global appetite for healthy food' that is free from chemical and pesticide residues. This is also a leg-up for the government's plans to expand the area under eco-friendly and sustainable farming, stakeholders say.
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The major demands under the organic product category are for flax seeds, sesame and soybean; pulses such as arhar (red gram), chana (pigeon pea); and rice, along with tea and medicinal plants, said APEDA Chairman D.K Singh.
'People around the globe are getting more conscious of what they are eating. They are switching to organic products as they do not want chemicals in their food,' Singh told IANS.
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