APEDA to promote NE products in Bangladesh and Myanmar
The Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) has taken up a programme for promotion of north eastern products in Bangladesh and Myanmar. In this regard, it has proposed to organise promotional programmes in Bangladesh and Myanmar in association with the High Commission of India in Dhaka and its Embassy in Yangon.
The export of APEDA scheduled products to Bangladesh during 2016-17 was of US $396.44 million. The major products exported to Bangladesh include rice, fruits, wheat, vegetables, maize, dairy products and pulses. The export of APEDA scheduled products for Myanmar during 2016-17 was of US $24.15 million. The major products exported to Myanmar include rice, cereal preparations, maize, rice, fruits, and vegetable seeds.
Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA)
The APEDA is an apex statutory export promotion organisation under the Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry. It was established under APEDA Act, 1985. It is mandated with responsibility of promotion and development of the export of its scheduled products which includes all agricultural products.