Posted on April 3, 2024

Indian shrimp exporters follow a robust regulatory and safety regime, helping them to export quality marine products to developed regions like the US and Europe, a senior government official said.
India aims to increase seafood exports to Rs one lakh crore in the next two years, by increasing its processing capacity and shifting to higher value-added products, the official added.

Some reports allege that food safety and bad labour conditions in the Indian shrimp industry are wrong and baseless, the official noted.
All units are registered with MPEDA (Marine Products Export Development Authority) and FSSAI (Food Safety and Standards Authority of India), and approved by EIC (Export Inspection Council) as mandated by the law.

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