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GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
 Almonds, though considered to be nuts are
technically the seed of the fruit of the almond tree,
...
Almonds
Bitter
Sweet
GLOBAL USAGE
• Confectionery, energy bars, bakery
• Salad dressings
• Non-food (e.g., cosmetics, moisturizer)
• Sauce thic...
SCENARIO
The annual Global Sweet almond production on
shelled-basis has been in the range of 7 - 8.5 lakh
tonnes
 Major p...
 The annual trade in almonds has been around 4.6
lakh tonnes (on shelled basis) in the recent years.
 The major exporter...
MAJOR IMPORTERS
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5000
10000
15000
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25000
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35000
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India Japan China Turkey
Almonds
70%
Walnuts
18%
Pistachios
6%
Pecans
4%
Hazelnuts
1% Other Nuts
1%
Source: USDA, Economic Research Service, Fruit ...
Indian Scenario
Almonds are an integral part of India’s cultural and
culinary heritage, and are considered a prized “brain
food” for child...
INDIAN SCENARIO
 The annual rate of increase in India's domestic
consumption of almonds is reported to be around
20%.
 >...
 Most of the manual shelling of almonds in India is
undertaken at Bombay and New Delhi, from where
the shelled almonds ar...
WHY CALIFORNIA
 India now imports over $100 million worth of
almond, especially from California, making it the
number-one...
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED
 Food Law/ Standard Certificate
 Prevention of food adulteration Act(PFA)
 Health and Sanitary Certi...
CONTD
 Standards declaration
 Name and address of manufacturer/packer/importer
 Name/trade name/description of product
...
 Pesticide residue and other contaminants
 Insecticide act 1986
 Registered pesticides use
 Packaging and container re...
Import of Almonds (EXIM) export-Import
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Import of Almonds (EXIM) export-Import

  1. 1. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS  Almonds, though considered to be nuts are technically the seed of the fruit of the almond tree, which is a medium-sized tree that bears fragrant pink and white flowers. Almonds unshelled Shelled Blanched
  2. 2. Almonds Bitter Sweet
  3. 3. GLOBAL USAGE • Confectionery, energy bars, bakery • Salad dressings • Non-food (e.g., cosmetics, moisturizer) • Sauce thickener Perfect for making almond butter or marzipan • Snacking
  4. 4. SCENARIO The annual Global Sweet almond production on shelled-basis has been in the range of 7 - 8.5 lakh tonnes  Major producing Countries California Australia turkey chile european union China India
  5. 5.  The annual trade in almonds has been around 4.6 lakh tonnes (on shelled basis) in the recent years.  The major exporters 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 250000 300000 350000 400000 450000 500000 US Australia Chile
  6. 6. MAJOR IMPORTERS 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 50000 India Japan China Turkey
  7. 7. Almonds 70% Walnuts 18% Pistachios 6% Pecans 4% Hazelnuts 1% Other Nuts 1% Source: USDA, Economic Research Service, Fruit & Tree Nut Situation and Outlook. COMPETING NUTS MARKETABLE PRODUCTION 2011/12
  8. 8. Indian Scenario
  9. 9. Almonds are an integral part of India’s cultural and culinary heritage, and are considered a prized “brain food” for children. They are also a key ingredient in traditional Indian sweets known as Mithai, as well as popular for gifting during the Diwali festive season.
  10. 10. INDIAN SCENARIO  The annual rate of increase in India's domestic consumption of almonds is reported to be around 20%.  > 95% of almonds consumed by Indians is imported  80% of imports being sourced from California & rest from Australia  Production 1200tons only  Non-descript variety-Bitter Almond  India imports almonds with shells and processes it domestically to obtain shelled almonds
  11. 11.  Most of the manual shelling of almonds in India is undertaken at Bombay and New Delhi, from where the shelled almonds are transported to other consumption centers  The Indian festival season extending from September to December is the peak consumption period for almonds, with maximum demand witnessed in November  In the 2011-12 financial year India imported 74,600 tonnes of almonds
  12. 12. WHY CALIFORNIA  India now imports over $100 million worth of almond, especially from California, making it the number-one US export to India  United States of America is the single largest producer, consumer and exporter of Sweet almonds, with the country contributing to over 80% of the global almond production  India is the fastest growing market for California almonds because of their high protein value in a meatless society.
  13. 13. DOCUMENTS REQUIRED  Food Law/ Standard Certificate  Prevention of food adulteration Act(PFA)  Health and Sanitary Certificate  License from FSSAI  For all units that process fruits and vegetables  For irradiated food  Import declaration in the prescribed Bill of Entry format, disclosing the value of the imported goods  Import License  Certificate from port health authority that the product conforms to standard of PFA
  14. 14. CONTD  Standards declaration  Name and address of manufacturer/packer/importer  Name/trade name/description of product  Ingredients in descending order  Net quantity(metric units)  Month and year of manufacturing/packing  County of origin  MRP  Nutritional labelling  Shelf life
  15. 15.  Pesticide residue and other contaminants  Insecticide act 1986  Registered pesticides use  Packaging and container regulations  All weights or measures in metric units  Use of PVC not allowed in packaging  Port of Entry Inspection  The clearance of imported food products at the port of entry requires a certification form the port health authority

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