APEDA holds virtual meet with stakeholders to increase rice exports to Togo

Elvera Bartels

The Agricultural and Processed Food items Exports Development Authority (APEDA) organised a digital fulfill of non-Basmati rice exporters in affiliation with Indian Embassy, Lome, Togo, as element of its efforts to raise and grow rice exports.

Key officers from APEDA, Indian embassy, Chamber of Commerce and Business, Togo, and essential rice exporters from India participated in the digital fulfill held on Friday, an official push launch claimed.

The concept of the fulfill was “Possibilities in non-Basmati rice sector involving India and Togo”, in which ten foremost rice exporters, Ambassador of India to Togo, Sanjeev Tandon, APEDA Chairman M Angamuthu, Advisor, Chamber of Commerce and Business, Togo Lambert Dameto Nayante, and some others participated.

This is element of APEDA’s efforts which has been organising a collection of digital meets with several nations around the world to present a system to exporters and importers thanks to curbs imposed through the

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