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(From The Economic Times)
: The Agriculture and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority's (Apeda) attempt to help Indian floriculture expand its marketshare is slowly yielding results. Speaking to the media, Apeda chairman KS Money said a consortium of Indian growers had been identified who would commence year-round flower supplies to a Dutch company, Spring Flower Holdings.
"The pilot project saw the firms supply three pallets (one pallet has 110 boxes, each containing 6,000 stems every week abroad. This year-round supply is a major achievement as India despite being acknowledged as a producer, was not recognised as one who could provide commit …