With increasing population leading to rapidly growing food demand, it is critical to build efficiencies in agriculture to achieve food and nutritional security for the Nation
Agriculture, as a significant contributor to employment and livelihood creation, continues to be the mainstay of India’s rural economy. The sector remains crucial for the economy as it creates a ripple effect on the services and manufacturing sectors, meets food and nutritional requirements of our population and contributes to macroeconomic stability.
Despite its vital role, India’s Food & Agribusiness sector suffers from major hindrances and roadblocks in post harvest management, logistics as well as marketing. With the increasing population is rapidly growing food demand, it is critical to build efficiencies in agriculture to achieve food security for the nation.
The Food & Agribusiness Strategic Advisory & Research executes strategic projects and policy advocacy for State & Central Government Embassies, Corporate, Small & Medium Enterprises, Multinationals as well as Multilateral Agencies.
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MAKE IN INDIA WEEK
Smt. Harsimrat Kaur Badal, Hon’ble Union Cabinet Minister of Food Processing releasing the YES Global Institute-CII knowledge report – Make in India: Opportunities in Food Processing sector at the Make in India Week in Feb 2016 .
Organic Food Export from Sikkim Perspective, Priorities & Way Forward being released by Smt. Rita Teaotia, Commerce Secretary, Government of India in New Delhi, February 2017.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES AVAILABILITY MAPS OF INDIA
Fruits and Vegetables Availability Maps, prepared by YES Global Institute and MoFPI, being released by Smt. Harsimrat Kaur Badal
EXPERT MEETING ON FINANCING AGRICULTURE
Nitin Puri, moderating Expert Meeting & Discussion on ‘Making Farming a Business: Financing for Agriculture – Rural Loans and Farm Finance’ organized by The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in association with the German Agribusiness Alliance at the German Asia-Pacific Business Association in New Delhi