By now, the country is the world’s largest consumer of agri-foods, accounting for almost a quarter of global consumption.
But despite this, many Indians, many of them farmers, say they have little idea what the world is actually eating.
The latest edition of the “Food in the World” series, which aims to help Indians understand the world they live in, was released in May and includes some surprising findings about the world.1.
India’s Agriculture has become an international commodity.
It’s no surprise, given the country’s status as a major agri/food exporter.
But it’s the first time India has appeared in a list of the top 10 exporters of food commodities, according to the Global Agriculture Statistics report released in January.
India, which is the second largest exporter of grains and pulses after China, was at the top of the list for a second consecutive year.2.
India produces more food than it consumes.
India has about 8.6 billion people, making it the second-largest country in the world after China.
Its per capita food consumption is just over 1,000 calories per day, well above the average of 2,400 calories per person.
India is also one of the world top five food-consuming countries.
But that’s not all.
India ranks in the top five of the 10 countries that consume the most calories per capita per day.3.
India consumes almost the same amount of food per capita as China.
But its per capita calorie consumption is slightly higher than China’s.4.
India generates its food surplus through large-scale production of ethanol, a chemical in most consumer products.
That’s one of India’s largest industries, and it is also a key driver of the countrys food and energy security.
The ethanol industry employs about 11 million people in India.
It is also the country with the highest percentage of workers who are directly employed in the ethanol industry.
The number of ethanol plants in India is up significantly from last year, but the percentage of ethanol workers remains relatively low, as the country has been in a food crisis.5.
India makes up only 6% of global food supply, which means it accounts for only 3% of the global supply of food.
The rest is made up of countries that are major producers of food, such as China and Russia.
India accounts for about 10% of total global food demand, but accounts for just 6% for the global production of food and 7% of food imports.6.
India contributes about 25% of world’s greenhouse gas emissions.
The countrys agriculture contributes almost half of its total greenhouse gas footprint.7.
India exported almost half its meat and poultry production in 2016, and imports about 45% of its meat.8.
India exports almost all of its vegetables.
The vast majority of Indiaís vegetables are exported.
But the country imports almost 70% of all vegetables.9.
India spends the lion’s share of its GDP on agriculture.
India imports the most food from the world, accounting at least 15% of worldwide food imports, according a study by the International Monetary Fund.
The other major supplier is China, which accounts for 16% of India s imports and accounts for 14% of international food trade.10.
India also has a rapidly growing middle class.
The middle class is the largest segment of the population in India, and more than 30% of people in the country are in this segment, according the World Bank.
The Indian middle class has grown rapidly over the last decade.
Between 2006 and 2016, it grew by about 15% per annum.
But in 2020, the middle class grew only about 1% per year.11.
The food sector has become one of, if not the, most important drivers of the economy.
In India, the food sector accounts for roughly 50% of GDP, which amounts to $1.4 trillion in gross domestic product.
The biggest share of the GDP is the agricultural sector, with nearly 30%, or $900 billion, or 6%, of the total.12.
India now imports more food products from other countries than from the United States.
In 2016, the United Kingdom accounted for $1 trillion in food imports; the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia were the largest suppliers, with $1,100 billion and $700 billion, respectively.13.
The United States imports most of its food products through international trade, and is the biggest importer of agricultural commodities.
But China and India are the largest food importers.14.
India uses more energy than it produces.
India imported almost 70 percent of the food and beverages consumed worldwide in 2016.
But because it is the fastest growing economy, India is consuming about 40 percent more energy per capita than it did in 2000.
India used almost 60 percent of its electricity in 2016 and consumed another 40 percent in 2020.