The president of Pulse Canada says India’s plan to increase tariffs on chickpeas, won’t impact Canadian producers too much. Gordon Bacon says the vast majority of chickpeas grown in Canada are the Kabuli type. He says the tariff increase announced by India this week, from 40 to 60 percent, targets the type of chickpeas known as Desi. On Friday, the Federal Tories made the claim, the Indian government was taking this action, in retaliation for the bungling on the part of Prime Minister Trudeau during and after his recent visit to India. But the government says the chickpea tariff isn’t meant to target Canadian producers, but rather protect domestic interests.