KSSDB, Spices Board to host the buyer-seller meeting in Hubballi on Dec 22
The Karnataka State Spices Development Board and the Spices Board of India will host a buyer-seller meeting on December 22 in Hubballi, which is in the state of Karnataka. Their goal is to encourage the export of high-quality spices from the country. The meeting will be attended by exporters, traders, and farmers.
According to official sources, the meeting will take place at the Naveen Hotel in the city. During the meeting, all of the parties involved will have the opportunity to share their perspectives on various issues related to the production, trade, and export of spices, as well as let the others know what they expect from them.
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Most of the focus will be on growing chilli, turmeric, pepper, and ginger, as these are crops that farmers in the central and northeastern districts of Karnataka already grow.
Particularly, a lot of the Byadagi chili, which has a label saying it has a geographical indication, is grown in these areas. The area is also home to a large pepper and ajwain industry, which all make a big difference to the local economy.
The Spices Board India is in charge of the meeting, which has become an important part of the Commerce Ministry’s plan to encourage exports. It is expected that over two hundred exporters, dealers, and farmers will attend the event.
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