INDIA: Demand for processed food rising in Australia
Export of processed Indian foods to Australia is on the increase as the demand for products reaches new levels. It is hoped that increasing exports of food products from India could also help bridge its trade deficit vis-a-vis Australia. Richard Kovac, Senior Trade Commissioner at the Australian High Commission in New Delhi, said processed Indian foods are increasingly occupying more space in departmental stores across the country as Australians seek some of the foods they have come across while travelling.
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