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Grape export subsidy withdrawal will affect overseas shipments from Maharashtra

Grape exports from Maharashtra are likely to drop off this year as the Indian government is withdrawing the subsidy for outbound shipment of the popular fruit. Maharashtra is the largest producer and exporter of grapes in the country, with Nashik district being its biggest production centre. The district in North Maharashtra, located around 200 km from Mumbai, is often called the “grape capital of India”.

There are some blocks in Sangli, Satara and a handful of other districts in the state that grow grapes, but most of the export takes place from Nashik.


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