Avocados are a staple in many Indian restaurants and are usually served with rice or rice and beans.
It is a popular dish in Kerala and has become one of the staple dishes in Kerala as a result of the state’s recent drought.
But, the popularity of the dish has also increased in the last few years, especially in the south.
According to data from Mintel, the Indian food and drink industry grew at an annual rate of 15 per cent in the year ending December 2016, but is expected to grow at an average of 7 per cent this year.
According the company, the food and beverage sector is one of India’s fastest-growing sectors with sales of $1.3 trillion in the FY17-18 period.
It accounts for more than $2 trillion in total exports.
The growth of avocado spread in Kerala is in sharp contrast to the rest of India.
The state is a prime example of a state where the economy is in a state of extreme disarray and a lot of people are desperate to buy avocades.
Avocades are often seen as the healthiest food in the country.
The fruit is highly nutritious, packed with vitamins, minerals, vitamins B, C, and E, and a good source of fibre.
The market is also one of Kerala’s biggest export industries, exporting fruit to countries such as China, South Korea, and Thailand.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), avocados are an important food crop in India, particularly in the north.
According a report from the Ministry of Agriculture, the state of Kerala has the fourth-highest concentration of avacados in the world.
In the past two years, avocade production has increased by a whopping 30 per cent.
This has led to an increase in demand, as consumers are increasingly turning to avocadoes as a healthier option.
“This is an exciting time for the avocado industry,” said Arun Choksi, general manager, Gujarat-based Agroecosystems, which owns a variety of fruits and vegetables from Gujarat.
“It is a sign of good times ahead for the industry in Gujarat and also across India.
In Gujarat, we are seeing a huge rise in demand and this will drive prices up.”
The food chain in GujaratAs Avocado Growers of India (AGRI) is a group of small and medium-sized producers, it has set up a branch in Ahmedabad.
The group is currently growing about 40 per cent of the produce of the State, which accounts for about two per cent to three per cent consumption.
The main selling point of the group is its avocadian varieties.
The produce is sourced from across Gujarat and the state has more than 30 different varieties.
Agri Agri is the largest producer of avocado spread in Gujarat.
In 2014, the company was ranked number five on the list of the most-hated agribusiness in the State.
“In Gujarat, the demand for avocAD is strong and it is very much in the national interest for farmers to diversify and grow their own produce,” said Kunal Singh, a member of Agri AGRI.
The Gujarat state has also seen a significant growth in the number of producers who are growing avocadia.
Agria, a local company, has established an avocado farm in Chikkamagalur in the state.
In 2017, the agri agri company began a new production facility in the district, and in 2018, it began a small production facility, also in Chikkamagaltur.
The agri Agria facility is currently working with about 25 farmers.
In Chikkalur, the avocado grower, Kunal Agarwal, has seen a huge demand.
“When we started in 2015, we had about 50-60 farmers and it was the first time we had such a large number of growers.
This is a good sign for us.
We are confident that the growth will continue in the coming years.”
The avocado industry in KeralaAs the state continues to experience a drought, many avocaderas are facing pressure from the government to produce more avocaders and grow more production. According