Benefit of APEDA License By Vishesh Jangir

 

The abbreviation of APEDA is Agricultural and Processed Export Development Authority. The APEDA Act was passed by the Parliament in the year 1985 on December and came into force from 13th of February in the year 1986 by the notification provided by the Gazette of India. APEDA is a Government Agency. The purpose of APEDA is to export the promotion of agricultural as well as processed food products. The headquarters of APEDA is located in New Delhi. The responsibility of export promotion and development of the following products made compulsory under the act of APEDA is:

  1. Fruits, Vegetables.
  2. Meat and its products.
  3. Dairy products.
  4. Poultry and its products.
  5. Bakery and biscuits.
  6. Sugar products, honey.
  7. Cereal and its products.
  8. Non- Alcoholic and Alcoholic Beverages.
  9. Cocoa and its products.
  10. Pickles, papads.
  11. Medicinal and Herbal plants.
  12. Guar Gum etc.

The benefits of APEDA License are as follows:

  1. According to the export of scheduled products, the registration of APEDA is compulsory.
  2. Exporters can get the various financial assistance schemes of APEDA.
  3. It helps the exporters in brand publicity through advertisement, packaging development, database up-gradation, and surveys, etc.
  4. Provides guidelines to exporters about the various products and countries for export.
  5. Registered members can participate in training programs organized by APEDA for various scheduled products and thereby improve their business.

The Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) was passed by the Parliament in the year 1985 on December and came into force from 13th of February in the year 1986 by the notification provided by the Gazette of India. The headquarters of APEDA is located in New Delhi and has 5 regional offices located in Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Guwahati. APEDA is a Government Agency. The purpose of APEDA is to export the promotion of agricultural as well as processed food products. The export performance of Agro products monitored by APEDA is as follows:

  1. Fruits, Vegetables, and its products.
  2. Poultry and its products.
  3. Meat and its products.
  4. Confectionery, Bakery products, and Biscuits.
  5. Products made of dairy.
  6. Guar Gum.
  7. Medicinal and Herbal plants.
  8. Floriculture and its products.
  9. Chutneys, pickles, papads.
  10. Non- Alcoholic, Alcoholic Beverages.
  11. Cereal and its products.
  12. Dairy products.
  13. Honey, Jaggery, products made of sugar.
  14. Peanuts, Groundnuts, and walnuts.
  15. Cocoa and cocoa products.

 

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