Indian pomegranates are put to look on Australian shelves to the very first time, the Australian High Commission explained, calling it yet another positive development from the agricultural association between both nations.
India has been”in a position” to meet Australia’s growing requirement for pomegranates that’s fuelled with their use in pubs and online cooking shows, Australia’s High Commissioner to India Barry O’Farrell said in an announcement.
“Indian pomegranates will appear on Australian shelves for its very first time in an positive evolution from the Australia-India agricultural relationship,” it also said.
O’Farrell explained the expanding twoway commerce in agricultural products means users in India could enjoy Australian almonds, walnuts and beer generated from Australian malting barley.
“There are quite a few different examples, that provides consumers in Australia and India with increased choice together side commerce benefits for the savings, and also the livelihoods of our farmers,” the announcement said.
“You will find biosecurity conditions that have to be fulfilled with Australian importers, also that I invite Indian exporters to operate together with their clients and Indian export governments to make sure Australia’s importing country requirements are satisfied,” O’Farrell added.