Agroally is a 15 years old company and is a recognized Agroally Export House by Government of India. We are engaged in processing, supplying & exporting a wide range of Indian spices that includes all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Cumin Seeds, Ground nut Oil, Ground Spices, Turmeric Powder, Natural Sesame Seeds, Safflower Seeds, Coriander Seeds, Yellow Mustard Seeds, Brown Mustard Seeds and cooking spices. These spices are prepared using natural ingredients and processed using advanced machines.
India has been bestowed with wide range of climate and physio-geographical conditions which ensures availability of most kind of fruits and vegetables. The country is the second largest producer of the Fruits (81.285 Million tonnes) and vegetables (162.19 Million tonnes) in the world, contributing 12.6% and 14.0% of the total world production of fruits and vegetables respectively. (Source: Source FAO Website- February 2014 and Indian Horticulture Database 2013)
Banana, mango, citrus, papaya, guava and grape account for major share in total fruit production across India. The major fruit producing states are Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Gujarat. These eight states account for 70 per cent of the area under fruit cultivation. Potato, tomato, onion, brinjal, cabbage, cauliflower and tapioca account for maximum share in vegetable production in the country. India is a front runner in many fruits and vegetables with share in world production (Indian Horticulture Database 2013)as follows:
- 44.1% of mango
- 42.6% Papaya
- 25.6% of banana
- 20.2% of onion
- 35.6% of cauliflower
- 37% of Okra
India is the second largest producer of vegetables in the world (ranks next to China) and accounts for about 15% of the world’s production of vegetables. The current production level is over 71 million MT and the total area under vegetable cultivation is around 6.2 million hectares which is about 3% of the total area under cultivation in the country. In case of vegetables, potato, tomato, onion, cabbage and cauliflower account for around 60% of the total vegetable production in the country. Vegetables are typically grown in India in field conditions, the concept is opposed to the cultivation of vegetables in green houses as practiced in developed countries for high yields.