The fruit and vegetable processing industry in India is highly decentralized having wide capacities. The diverse agro-climatic zones make it possible to grow almost all kinds of fruits and vegetables in India. India is the second-largest producer of Fresh Fruits in the world (ranks next to China) and accounts for about 12% of the world's production of Fresh Fruits (Source: FAO 2021). Since liberalization and withdrawal of excise duty on fruit and vegetable products there has been a significant rise in the growth rate of the industry. Out of 912.22 million tons of Fruits production (Source: FAO) in the world, India accounts for 107.85 million tons in 2021.
The individual products under this sub-head are as below:

Apple Juice
Beans Shelled
Chips Fried
Dried Apricots, Prunes, Cherries
Uncooked or Cooked Fruit & Nuts
Grapefruit Juice
Jam Jellies of Other Fruits
Lemon Juice
Pineapple Juice
Tomato Juice

Asparagus preserved
Dried Apples
Fruit & Nuts
Grape Juice
Jam Jellies of Apple
Mango Juice
Peaches prpd/prsvd
Tomato Prepared of Preserved

India Facts and Figures :

The country has exported 388,207.95 MT of Processed Fruits, Juices & Nuts to the world for the worth of Rs. 4,754.83 Crores/ 590.21 USD Millions during the year 2022-23 (Source: DGCIS).

Major Export Destinations (2022-23) : Netherland, U.S.A, Saudi Arab, United Arab Emts and Russia (Source: DGCIS).