Organic amber glass is the only glass in India that does not contain mercury, a key ingredient in mercury-containing compounds used in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.
Organic amber has been a favorite among the Indian luxury consumer.
The glass is not made by India’s largest consumer-goods firm, the HCL Group.
India’s organic amber production, which began in 2004, was first exported to the United States in 2005.
The first production run of organic amber was worth $500 million.
Today, India is the largest producer of organic, glass-free glass.
Organic is an Indian term meaning organic and not glass.
India has one of the world’s largest organic-glass factories.
But the industry has faced major challenges in recent years.
In 2012, India’s government imposed a moratorium on glass production for about three years, but a new moratorium was imposed in 2014 and production resumed in 2016.
India was a pioneer in the glass industry and exported over 200 million metric tons of glass in 2016, about 10% of the global total.
But there are still a number of barriers to the glass production.
India’s laws are relatively weak on environmental standards, according to an article in the India Business Line.
India produces more than 90% of glass used in the United Kingdom.
And there are some major limitations on the quality of glass that have limited the export of glass.
India is also one of only a handful of countries that have not developed a national plan for the glass sector.