After wheat, now India’s tea leaf export crisis, this is the cause

AllvertaGlobal – Indian tea is rejected because of the use of too many pesticides and chemicals. The day before, Turkey had refused a shipment of Indian wheat and returned it. Turkey has said that Indian wheat has the rubella virus and returned the shipment. Now the tea leaves from India have been returned because the pesticide is too high.

New Delhi: There is a lot of tea production in India, but at the same time there is a lot of use of pesticides and chemicals. Meanwhile, bad news came for Indian tea farmers. Indian tea is rejected due to excessive use of pesticides and chemicals. Shipments of Indian tea are being returned from international and domestic markets.

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Indian Tea Exporters Association (ITEA) President Anshuman Kanoria provided this information on Friday. After the economic crisis in Sri Lanka, India had a chance to survive in the international market through the tea industry, but the opportunity was getting out of hand.

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The day before, Turkey had refused a shipment of Indian wheat and returned it. Turkey has said that Indian wheat has the rubella virus and returned the shipment. Turkey has refused shipments of Indian wheat due to phytosanitary concerns linked to plant diseases.

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