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THE MARINE PRODUCTS EXPORT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, INDIA

India
mpeda.gov.in

The Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA) is a statutory body that was established in 1972 under the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, for promotion of export of marine products from India. Since then, the organization has been guiding and supporting the seafood industry in the country, to produce process and market quality seafood to the global consumers. During the last financial year (2019-20), India exported 12,89,651 MT seafood worth US $ 6.68 billion., despite the market uncertainties raised by the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak. The seafood exports from India have been on a path of exponential growth, over the years. The marine products are currently exported from India to more than 100 countries. The country has vast resources in the form of coastline and pristine quality waters with abundant fishery resources to promote culture as well as capture fisheries for safe and sustainable fishery production. The activities of MPEDA in various spheres of the seafood trade are presented in the website, for enabling you to have a glimpse of our role in various facets of seafood production, processing, marketing and exports. For more details visit mpeda.gov.in

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