Study Titled: SPS Barriers to India’s Agriculture Export Learning from the EU Experiences in SPS and Food Safety Standards
This project aimed to enhance trade–related capacity building in India through research, training, workshops and field visits. This was a demand driven project and the demand was raised by Indian policymakers and Export Promotion Councils to the European Commission and its member states. Focus was to help Indian farmers, SMEs and other stakeholders to meet European standards and understand the requirements and processes. It was expected that the project would enhance their knowledge and make it easier to export/access the EU market. The project was given to a consortium of three research organisation – Ecorys Nederlands BV, ICRIER and Ecorys India within which ICRIER’s prime objective was to conduct research.
Author(s): Dr. Arpita Mukherjee, Dr. Tanu Goyal, Ms. Avantika Kapoor
“Behind the Border Measures: Examination of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Barriers Faced in the Case of Food Export from India”, co-authored with Tanu M. Goyal in ‘India’s Agriculture and Food Exports: Opportunities and Challenges’ edited by Debesh Roy & Bijetri Roy, published by Bloomsbury Publishing, New Delhi, May 2022.
ICRIER Working Paper:
Author(s): Dr. Tanu Goyal, Dr. Arpita Mukherjee, Ms. Avantika Kapoor
Barriers to India’s Agriculture, Processed Food Exports, published in Food & Beverage News, http://www.saffronmedia.in/eMagazines/fnb/2016/FNBDec16312016/index.html (last accessed on February 6, 2017) Mumbai, December 2016, pgs 25-26.