A list of the country’s top-selling plants and edible items, including the world’s most popular edible plants, is out for the first time in India.
The list was compiled by the countrys leading plant merchant and was compiled using data from more than 1,500 plants, over 1,000 edible items and over 50,000 products sold by the companies.
The fruits and vegetables are a popular market in India, where the average household spends around $1,300 on them.
While there are a number of edible varieties, the top 10 are all edible plants.
These include:The list shows the country as a whole has the highest number of plants for sale and consumption in India at around 5.2 million, followed by the United States at 3.9 million, Japan at 2.6 million, China at 2 million, the United Kingdom at 2,853, Australia at 2 thousand, and Germany at 2 000.
The country has also recorded a huge growth in the number of plant vendors, at almost 14,000, which is almost three times the number from 2011.
While most of the plants are grown in the north, the country has seen growth in its vegetable industry, with a total of 2.5 million plants being grown, followed closely by the beef and dairy sector at 1.9 and 1.3 million respectively.
“This is one of the most important markets for the Indian vegetable industry.
It is not just about the prices, but also the quality and the freshness of the produce,” said K. K. Varma, co-founder of the Green India Alliance, an advocacy organisation for green India.
He added that the availability of fresh vegetables in the country is also very important.
“It is a good thing that the country can grow enough vegetables for everyone,” he said.
While the fruits and vegetable market in the Indian subcontinent is relatively small, it has been growing exponentially over the past few years, and this is largely due to the country growing an increasing number of large, indigenous, locally-grown crops such as mangoes, papayas, and kokum.
In India, the main source of fresh produce for households is from the fruit and vegetable industry and it accounts for roughly 25 per cent of the total production.
But the market is also heavily influenced by the domestic market, where prices are rising fast.
The countrys top 10 most popular fruits and veggies, which are also the top-sellers in the retail sector, include:Chilis, which was first launched in the U.S. in the 1980s, are the largest variety in the world, selling for about $100,000 each.
The variety is also the most popular in India and is grown in large numbers in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.
The fruit is one reason why there is so much demand for the fruit in India when compared to other countries, Varma said.
“I think we need to continue to grow the variety, but it needs to be available at a reasonable price, so people can afford it,” he added.
A handful of other popular varieties include:Lemon, which originated in India but was imported from China, is now sold in most Indian markets.
The flavor of the variety is a bit on the spicy side, and there is also a slight sweetness, V. Raman, cofounder of Green India, said.
He said it has become a staple in Indian homes and restaurants, with consumers using the variety for a variety of different dishes, including appetizers, salads, desserts, and sauces.
“There are a lot of people who have a lot to do with the taste and aroma of this variety, and the taste of the fruits has been a big part of its popularity.
I think the variety has a lot going for it, as it is very versatile and can be used in many different ways,” he continued.