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IG Grapes partners with SNFL Group to make world-class grape varieties available in India

Project will be initiated with 40 acres in Nashik, aiming to go up to 100 acres by 2023 

Navi-Mumbai-based IG International, one of India’s leading fresh fruit importers, has joined hands with Special New Fruit Licensing, SNFL Group, a Spain-based table grape R&D companies, to plant world-class grape varieties in India. This new project will establish IG International as one of the prime grape growers in India.

The partnership will focus on bringing top cultivars to Indian consumers in Nashik, which is set to be home for the production of new varieties of grapes. The initial planting will begin with 40 acres of land and will go up to 100 acres by 2023.

For over 20 years, SNFL Group has been breeding and developing new table grape varieties and licensing their production around the world. They are driven to propel the next generation of sustainable and healthy table grape varieties to better serve the success of growers, retailers, and consumers around the globe.

Acclaimed as the leading fresh fruit importer in India, IG International is entrenched with a renowned reputation for more than 50 years in this market segment. The company’s organised and strategic sourcing system, augmented by a seamless supply chain with a well-connected overseas procurement network, enables them to bring top varieties of grapes from SNFL which are currently not grown in India.

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