Story Of The Origin Of Beskuit or Rusk as called in India...
Rusks is the anglicized term for (Afrikaans: beskuit) and is a traditional Afrikaner breakfast meal or snack. They have been dried in South Africa since the late 1690s as a way of preserving bread, especially when traveling long distances without refrigeration. Their use continued through the Great Trek and the Boer Wars through to the modern-day. Rusks are typically dunked in coffee or tea before being eaten.
Rusks are essentially double-baked bread dough. Round balls of dough are closely packed in pans and baked like bread, after which long chunks are cut or broken off and slowly rebaked to a dry consistency.
Rusk Export From India
Rusk is exported to over 116 countries. In the year 2019-20, India has exported Rusk worth of 75.84 USD million. The total volume of export in 2019-20 was around 33238120.
Considering the top trading partners which import Rusk from India, Viet Nam recorded the fastest growth in their import shipments from India with a
2550.0% rise in their shipment values.