Amroha is known for the production of mangoes; Some industries in Amroha include cotton and textiles, and small-scale production of cotton fabrics, hand-loom weaving, pottery making, sugar milling and secondary production are carpet manufacturing, wooden handicrafts and drummer manufacturing.
The industries of the city are still in their growing age and most of them are small and medium scale industries. It is named after the king of fruits, mangoes and various types of fish in India, called rohu, making it clear that mangoes should be grown abundantly in the city. There are many areas in Amroha which are known for growing mangoes. The city has many delicious fruit orchards. Mango varieties that occur in Amroha include lame and Dussehra, which are very well liked by all Indians.
The oldest industries in Amroha include cottage industries including utensils, dholak manufacturing and agriculture. People here are also involved in Katholi, manufacturing wooden toys and hand-loom weaving. Modern industries include cotton industry, kaleen or carpet weaving industry and bidi, a type of handmade cigarette industry. Amroha’s carpets are known for their exquisite quality. It is not only in demand from all over India, but is exported to many countries around the world. Like most cities in Uttar Pradesh, Amroha also has some sugar mills. Sugarcane is grown in large quantities in the neighboring villages of Amroha which is processed into sugar for domestic and commercial consumption in these sugar mills.