APEDA

AcronymDefinition
APEDAAgricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (India)
APEDAAgricultural Produce Export Development Agency (India)
APEDAArunachal Pradesh Energy Development Agency (India)
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Address : Apeda, 3Rd Floor, Ncui Building, 3, Siri Institutional Area, August Kranti Marg, New Delhi.
"More than 5000 delegates comprising of Exporters, Processors, retail chain industry, certification bodies and producers from India and abroad are participating in BIOFACH INDIA 2018, to discuss and have first hand feel of the Indian organic products including tea, spices, honey, basmati rice, coffee, cereals, dry fruits, vegetables, processed foods and medicinal plants," said Praban K Borthakur, Chairman, APEDA.
According to the Indian Embassy, Saudi Arabia is the 3rd largest export destination for the Agriculture and Processed Food Export Development Authority of India (APEDA).
"APEDA has, in fact, recently introduced regulations especially for EU-bound consignments, which mandate specific compliance on SPS standards as required by the host country.
The APEDA states that basmati is a GI as defined under article 22 of the TRIPS agreement and therefore cannot be registered or appropriated as a trade mark or a part thereof.
Sinha, High Commissioner of India inaugurated the APEDA pavilion and met the Indian exhibitors.
An APEDA official noted that India has produced 88.31 million tons of wheat in 2011/2012 crop year, adding that after opening wheat exports in last September, the country has shipped about 600,000 tons of wheat to Bangladesh, UAE, Nepal, Thailand and other countries.
According to Dr PVSM Gouri, (NOTE: PVSM ARE HER INITIALS AND SHE DOES NOT SHARE HER FULL NAME) APEDA organic products advisor, the system was developed after GM cotton was exported as organic in 2008.
The Meet is being organized by the APEDA Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, in association with the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, with the objective to promote and give a fillip to exports of Indian mangos and other tropical fruits like pomegranate, pineapple, banana and jackfruits from the country and to develop new markets for promotion of these fruits and processed products.
Dr Chandra said that on noticing major glitch in the data provided by the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority ( APEDA), under the Ministry of Commerce, regarding organic farming in Delhi, he asked them for clarification.
Over 300 Indian companies participated in Gulfood 2014, coordinated by the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority, or APEDA, and the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, the 1,500sq m Indian Pavilion was one of the biggest pavilions in the exhibition.
The Indian companies participated in the exhibition under the banner of Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) and from Kerala.