India began supplying bananas to Russia

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Published Feb 7, 2024

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India has started exporting bananas to Russia, with the first shipment dispatched in January 2024. The Indian Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare is also looking to broaden its fruit exports to Russia, potentially including mangoes, pineapples, papaya, and guavas. As long as they have a phytosanitary certificate, there are no restrictions on importing fruits and vegetables from India to Russia. Notably, India is the world's leading banana producer, having produced 33 million tons in 2023.
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India sent the first batch of bananas to Russia in January 2024, and export volumes will increase in the future. This was reported to journalists by the press service of Rosselkhoznadzor. “The result of the joint work was the shipment of the first batch of bananas from India to Russia in January 2024, the next delivery is planned until the end of February this year. Further, the volume of exports of Indian bananas to the Russian market will increase,” the message says. Rosselkhoznadzor discussed with representatives of the plant protection, quarantine and storage department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare of India issues related to the supply of fruits from India to Russia. The Indian side expressed interest in expanding the range of fruit supplies to the Russian market - bananas, mangoes, pineapples, papaya and guavas. The issue of access to Indian fruits has been under consideration for several years. The Russian department notes that there are currently no ...
Source: Kvedomosti
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