The year 1969 holds special significance for many of us. While NASA (and the world) was rejoicing in Neil Armstrong’s historic step on the moon, thousands of miles away, in the bustling metropolis of Bombay (now Mumbai) the year became special to Shah family patriarch, Manubhai M. Shah who started his textile business under the … Continue reading Member Spotlight: Vipul Shah, CottonTex
Since current Chinese imports from U.S. are a small percentage of the total on the U.S. side, US$ 120 billion to be precise, China must devise a strategy to recover from sanctions and strengthen its position in the trade war.
Once considered worth more than their weight in gold, spices are making a big comeback. With the seasonings and spices market expected to reach $30,412.8 million by 20231, opportunities for exporters and importers abound. Here are three trends you can use to cash in on to attract more buyers and boost profits. Medicinal Gourmet In … Continue reading Heat Up Spice Sales by Addressing These 2018 Consumer Trends
The warm intoxication of vanilla pudding. The rush that comes from a strong, peppery curry. The fresh, invigorating feeling evoked by cleaning with lemongrass essential oil. The spices we so commonly enjoy have impacted our lives in ways we’ve almost forgotten. As the world’s first globally traded product, spices built a bridge between cultures, carrying … Continue reading Going Back to Our Roots
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We’ve all noticed the growing number of symbols that seem to pop up overnight on consumer products. Labels touting “organic,” “fair trade,” “shade grown,” “bio-based,” and “energy star,” are there to reassure shoppers that they are buying a more premium product. But are consumers really buying into the claims? And is it really worth it … Continue reading What is Product Certification?
Look at any online forum or article about exporting, and you’ll be presented with a bevy of statistics that measure success by the total revenue of general product categories. While this is good information for governments and school reports, it does little to help you ascertain which specific product will be the most profitable for … Continue reading Sometimes, “Niche” Guys Finish First