Cereals

  • List of Rice Exporters hosted at SFDA website APEDA
    26th February 2024 | Size: 574 KB, Format: .pdf Download
  • Basmati Field Crop Survey Report Volume-1 (Season 2023). APEDA
    22nd February 2024 | Size: 5.5 MB, Format: .pdf Download
  • Basmati Field Crop Survey Report Volume-2 (Season 2023). APEDA
    22nd February 2024 | Size: 6 MB, Format: .pdf Download
  • Basmati Field Crop Survey Report Volume-3 (Season 2023). APEDA
    22nd February 2024 | Size: 7.1 MB, Format: .pdf Download
  • Basmati Field Crop Survey Report Volume-4 (Season 2023). APEDA
    22nd February 2024 | Size: 3.7 MB, Format: .pdf Download
  • Basmati Field Crop Survey Report Volume-5 (Season 2023). APEDA
    22nd February 2024 | Size: 3.3 MB, Format: .pdf Download
  • Basmati Field Crop Survey Report Volume-6 (Season 2023). APEDA
    22nd February 2024 | Size: 5.2 MB, Format: .pdf Download
  • Advisory for Export of Quality Wheat from India.
    21st April 2022 | Size: 210 KB, Format: .pdf Download
  • On-line Registration of Contracts for Export of Basmati Rice.
    01st April 2022 | Size: 876 KB, Format: .pdf Download
  • An extension bulletin (Book) of BEDF on Basmati production.
    Size: 9,477 KB, Format: .pdf Download
  • Notice.
    30st March 2020 | Size: 397 KB, Format: .pdf Download
Cereal

India is the world's second-largest producer of Rice, Wheat and other cereals. The huge demand for cereals in the global market is creating an excellent environment for the export of Indian cereal products. In 2008, India imposed a ban on the export of rice and wheat, etc to meet domestic needs. Now, seeing the huge demand in the global market and the country's surplus production, India has lifted the ban, but only a limited amount of export of the commodity is allowed. The allowed marginal quantity of exported cereals could not make any significant impact either on domestic prices or the storage conditions.

The important cereals are - wheat, paddy, sorghum, millet (Bajra), barley and maize, etc. According to the first estimate for the year 2020-21 by the ministry of agriculture of India, the production of major cereals like rice, maize and Bajra stood at 102.36 million tonnes, 19.88 million tonnes and 9.23 million tonnes respectively. The latest data of wheat production is available for the periods of 2019-20 and it is estimated to be 107.49 million tonnes (4th advance estimates).   

India is the largest producer as well as the largest exporter of cereal products in the world. India's export of cereals stood at Rs. 111,062.37 Crore / 13,857.95 USD Millions during the year 2022-23. Rice (including Basmati and Non-Basmati) occupy the major share in India's total cereals export with 80% (in value terms) during the same period. Whereas, other cereals including wheat represent only a 20 % share of total cereals exported from India during this period.
Major Export Destinations (2022-23): Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, Iran, U Arab Emts and Benin..
BASMATI RICE
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NON BASMATI RICE
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WHEAT
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MAIZE
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MILLETS
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OTHER CEREALS
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