Actualidad nacional e internacionalEne. 8, 2022
Guía para exportar alimentos a la India
Following the catastrophic second COVID-19 wave, India is set to regain its momentum and become the fastest growing major economy in the world. Throughout the pandemic, Indian consumers have maintained high demand for imported food and agricultural products supported by a growing middle class with greater disposable income. The impact of COVID-19 has further shifted preferences toward immunity boosting, protein-rich, natural, vegan, and organic food products. This consumer behavior, in addition to a sharp increase in e-retail, presents greater opportunities for U.S. exporters. Despite the rapid demand growth for imported food products, India persists as a difficult market for U.S. exporters due to supply chain disruptions, high tariffs, a challenging regulatory environment, and competition from domestic and international suppliers.
USDA/January 05, 2022