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Greek fruit producers to expand to the Asian Market

Greek fruit producers, predominantly apple growers, have been sending trial fruit shipments to India following a request they made in 2015 to expand to the Asian market. The approval of the Indian Agricultural Ministry was conveyed to its Greek counterpart through Vassilis Skronias, plenipotentiary minister of Economic and Commercial affairs at the Greek embassy in New Delhi.

The Indian government is interested in Greek apples and kiwi fruit “on a permanent basis”, pending a trial of at least 8 to 10 trial shipments, under specified conditions.

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