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SPICES BOARD
Spices Board (Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India) is the flagship organization for the development and worldwide promotion of Indian spices.
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SPICES BOARD Aug 13
Spices Board at Agartala inaugurated its first RPL program under PMKVY for the state of Tripura. A 3 days skill development training program for job role 'Vermicompost Producers' for 31 beneficiaries was conducted at West Kupilong village, Gomati District of Tripura
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SPICES BOARD Aug 8
Good physical connectivity in urban and rural areas is essential for economic growth.The Konkan Belt & Western Maharashtra has tremendous potential in trade of spices New Railway Line btwn Vaibhavwadi Kolhapur will enhance connectivity and trade opportunities
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SPICES BOARD Aug 7
Strengthening of rail connectivity to ports (CFS/ICD) will facilitate imports and exports to and from the State.   Govt has approved project for raising the speed of trains to 160 km/hr on existing New Delhi- Howrah & New Delhi- Mumbai route
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 7
🚆Faster Travel & Improved Logistics to spur Industry & Commerce in India! Speed of trains on existing New Delhi-Howrah & New Delhi-Mumbai route to be raised to 160 km/hr, ensuring increased capacity creation, speed, & safety.
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 7
With food safety holding prime importance, here are two quick ways to check for adulteration in Coriander Powder and reduce the risks of food-borne illness.
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 6
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 6
All of the Large Cardamom cultivated and exported from India comes from the states of Sikkim and West Bengal.
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Kunal Kapur Aug 6
Wow that’s so cool. And did you know that the inside of the coriander seed is used in making mukhwas also called dhana Dal.
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 6
Black Pepper is considered to have originated in the hills of South Western Ghats of India.
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 5
India exported more than 48000 MT of Coriander in FY 2018-19, which was 38% more than the previous year.
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 4
Indian cardamom enjoys a premium preference in the Middle East, Japan and Russia where people relish it for its distinct enriching properties.
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 3
Indian small Cardamom is called the "Queen of Spices" for its intoxicating, rich aroma with complex flavours of sweet floral notes, camphor, lemon, mint and a hint of pepper.
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 4
Black Pepper is one of the most widely used spices in the world for its numerous benefits. Do you know it is an essential ingredient in the Indian system of medicine!
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 3
Cumin oil is also exported from India across the world. The United States, Japan and France are among the top importers.
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 2
Cumin worth around ₹2,736 crore was exported from India in FY 2018-19, registering a growth of 13% in terms of value. Vietnam was the largest importer.
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 2
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 2
Commerce Secretary Dr. Anup Wadhawan also met Ms. Myung Hee Yoo, Minister for Trade, Industry and Energy, Republic of Korea on the sidelines of RCEP Meeting and pushed for concrete measures to upgrade India-Korea Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA).
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 2
India cultivates Indian Chillies in all its states and union territories. The main producers include Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Karnataka, Rajasthan & Tamil Nadu.
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Dept of Commerce, GoI Aug 1
Indian Chillies🌶️ are an all-time favourite spice across the globe! India exported around 452,000 tonnes of chillies in FY 2018-19 amounting to about ₹5,191 crores. Are you chilli-lover?
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