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Litchi Love Affair: Dive into the Sensational World of This Exotic Fruit!

From Orchard to Table: The Juicy Journey of Litchi That Will Leave Your Taste Buds Tingling! ndulge in the Irresistible Allure of Asia’s Favorite Fruit!

Welcome to the series of Incredible Bharat, truly presented by Growth Biz! Today’s video is about one of nature’s sweet treasures, Litchi. Litchi, known for its sweet taste and exotic charm, delights with every juicy bite. Litchi originated in southern China, specifically in the provinces of Kwangtung and Fukien. Its slow spread worldwide was likely due to soil, climate, and seed lifespan constraints. In the 18th century, litchi reached India via Myanmar and the Northeast region. The majority of India’s delicious litchi fruit is produced in Muzaffarpur, a small town in the state of Bihar. Its demand is international, tempting tastes everywhere. India produced a wide variety of litchi, including Swarna roopa, Gulabi, and Shahi. Elachi, Kasba, and many more. The Lychee Market size is estimated at USD 7.10 billion in 2024, and is expected to reach USD 9.27 billion by 2029, growing at a CAGR of 5.5% during the forecast period (2024-2029). India is the second-largest producer of litchi in the world, after China. With annual imports of 150 crore rupees and exports of 400 crore rupees, India’s litchi trade has a substantial economic impact. Did You Know? Litchi, the Fortune and Romance Symbol Litchis are often exchanged during weddings and other celebrations in Chinese culture, meaning they symbolize for romance and good fortune.” Stay tuned with Growth Biz for more captivating insights into nature’s wonders and economic marvels

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