Indian exporters of rice, tea, spices and dry fruits will be meeting major importers in Saudi Arabia during a food and agro buyer-seller meet in Jeddah, the commerce ministry said Friday.
Twenty-five Indian companies will be participating in the meet on November 11.
"The four commodities being focused on have great prospects for furthering Indian exports to Saudi Arabia," it said.
The meet will be an ideal platform for Indian participants to explore the business opportunities for trade, it added.
"India is seeking to reduce the trade deficit by enhancing exports in areas where Saudi Arabia is importing from the world. India exported food and beverages' products worth USD 4.6 billion in 2017," it said.
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