India's Coconut Production in 2023 - Tendata

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ten data blog29-05-2024

Coconut is very popular in India. India is one of the world's leading coconut producers. In addition, coconut products are used in various industries including food and cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and agriculture.


India is the third largest producer of coconut in the world. Coconut is India's main export product and India produces about 21.5 billion tons of coconut every year. India's coconut exports are still expanding due to the global demand for coconuts.


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India's coconut production in 2023

In FY2023, India produced 13.5 million metric tons of coconut. According to global trade data, India produces 31.45% of the world's coconuts, about 19,247 million units.In 2023, India's exports of coconuts and coconut-related products amounted to $93.6 billion.


Indian coconut industry: exploring trade dynamics

According to Indian coconut export data, 5,868 exporters are involved in the coconut export related industry in India with an export value of $93.6 billion in 2023. Most of India's coconut related products are exported to the United States.


The major Indian coconut exporters are:

1.CIPLA LIMITED.(98.52%)

2.DYNAMIC AGRO INTERNATIONAL(0.82%)

3.PI INDUSTRIES LIMITED(0.06%)

4.SUDARSHAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LTD(0.04%)

5.MARICO LIMITED(0.03%)

6.PANKAJ GLASS WORKS LTD.(0.02%)

7.Fluorocess Techsys(0.02%)

8.KRIS FLEXIPACKS PRIVATE LIMITED(0.02%)

9.NOVA CARBONS INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED(0.02%)

10.JACOBI CARBONS INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED(0.02%)


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The top product categories for coconut exports from India are:

1.HS Code:15131900(0.05%, $44.26 Million):Coconut oil and its fractions, whether or not refined, but not chemically modified (excluding crude)

2.HS Code:53050040(0.04%, $40.62 Million):Coconut, abaca Manila hemp or Musa textilis Nee", ramie, agave and other vegetable textile fibres, n.e.s., raw or processed, but not spun; tow, noils and waste of such fibres, incl. yarn waste and garnetted stock": C0ir pith

3.HS Code:8011990(0.03%, $25.14 Million):Fresh coconuts, whether or not shelled or peeled (excluding in the inner shell "endocarp"): Othr coconuts excldng fresh and dried and desiccated and endocarp

4.HS Code:53050010(0.02%, $20.26 Million):Coconut, abaca Manila hemp or Musa textilis Nee", ramie, agave and other vegetable textile fibres, n.e.s., raw or processed, but not spun; tow, noils and waste of such fibres, incl. yarn waste and garnetted stock": Coir bristle fibre, coir mattress fibre,

5.HS Code:8011910(0.02%, $19.66 Million):Fresh coconuts, whether or not shelled or peeled (excluding in the inner shell "endocarp"): Coconut fresh excl. desiccated and endocarp

6.HS Code:8011210(0.01%, $8.16 Million):Fresh coconuts in the inner shell "endocarp": Fresh endocarp

7.HS Code:8011220(0.01%, $4.92 Million):Fresh coconuts in the inner shell "endocarp": Dried endocarp


If you need the latest statistics on India's fresh coconut exports or coconut export data, contact the Tendata platform and get the latest coconut export data, coconut HS codes or coconut exporter details for India today.




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