India: India Grants Expanded Market Access for US-Origin Cherry Exports

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   IN2022-0006

On January 11, 2021, the Indian Ministry of Commerce and Industry announced that India and the United States agreed to a framework that will implement market access for a number agricultural products from both countries. Among the successes, India agreed to a phytosanitary protocol that will facilitate expanded market access for U.S. cherries in India. In 2021, U.S.-origin cherry exports to India surpassed $600,000; with expanded market access U.S. cherry exports potentially may reach $5 million annually.

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