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WHAT IS ALL ABOUT APEDA?
The Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) is an agency established by the Government of India under the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) Act 1985.
The objective of APEDA is to enhance the growth of export of agricultural products specified under the APEDA ACT through financial aid, relevant updates & statistics, formulating standards & implementing them for the development of agricultural products.
Various agricultural products specified under the APEDA Act are referred to as scheduled products. Find out the complete list of the scheduled agricultural products under APEDA.
PROCESS OF FORMATION
Upload the required documents & information to our web portal.
Consult our business advisor regarding your category of scheduled goods.
Our professional will verify the validity of documents & Information provided.
On Confirmation, make online payment with different payments modes available.
Our professional shall Submit the application along with other relevant documents.
On successful verification, the government body shall issue the APEDA certificate
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR APEDA REGISTRATION
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An APEDA registration certificate is a mandatory requirement if you are an exporter of agricultural products and you wish to carry out carrying out the export of agri-products covered under APEDA.
The agricultural exporters need APEDA certificate in order to conduct export of scheduled agricultural products and avail APEDA benefits. Following are the benefits of having an APEDA registration:
- APEDA registration enables the exporter to apply for financial schemes run by APEDA.
- It enables the exporters to participate in training programmes run by the government for the growth of the Industries for scheduled agri-products.
- It enables them to avail the benefits of various export-promotion schemes run by the government.
Broadly, APEDA conducts 3 kinds of welfare schemes for the promotion of export of scheduled agri-products. These are as follows-
- Financial Assistance Schemes
- NABARD’s Food Processing Fund (FPF) scheme
- Mega Food Park Scheme of MoFPI
APEDA conducts 3 kinds of growth-oriented schemes for enhancing the competence of the agri-products exporters.
- Recognition Certificate for Horticulture Produce Packhouse
- Lab recognition
- HACCP recognition