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Grape export
Indian grape export industry: Creating opportunity from crisis

Marred by shocks in the export market due to MRL issues, the Indian grape industry worked in collaboration with stakeholders to build a robust system that guides farmers on efficient crop management p...

MRL: A bane for India’s agricultural export ambitions
MRL: A bane for India’s agricultural export ambitions

While developed countries have traditionally been stringent on maximum residue limit or MRL norms, the same are now being adopted in bits and pieces by some developing countries. This is leading to st...

India-horticulture-exports
Value addition – The key to boost India’s horticulture exports

Adding value to India’s horticulture produce will enhance profit margins and agri exports of the country & boost farmers’ income....

Prof. Kushankur Dey
India has a highly decentralized horticulture processing industry

Prof. Kushankur Dey, IIM Lucknow, states India has a highly decentralized fruit and vegetables processing industry – dominated by unorganized retail trade. ...

Dr Arpita Mukherjee
India needs to ban pesticides & fertilisers banned in key importing markets

Prof Arpita Mukherjee, ICRIER, cautions that adhering to importing country standards on maximum residue limits (MRLs), or countering them scientifically is critical to India’s ambitions of ramping u...

Padma Koppula, CEO, Aryana Agricultural Alternatives
Government can offer organic certificates to farmers at a special price

Padma Koppula, CEO, Aryana Agricultural Alternatives, states that the process to get organic certification done is not an easy one....

Sustainable agriculture
Sustainable agriculture: A win-win solution?

Sustainable agriculture practices are a must for India to feed its growing population with limited resources, enhance exports and also ensure environmental health, social and economic equity. IBT brin...

Dr. Tarujyoti Buragohain, NCAER
India must export organic and value added horticulture products

Dr. Tarujyoti Buragohain, NCAER, surmises that high prices of horticulture products due to lack of necessary infrastructure and quality are the major constraint for India in the export market. Moreove...

Horticulture
Horticulture 4.0: Time to play to India’s strengths

India should leverage its strengths in horticulture for exports through value addition & market diversification, establishing farm-to-fork traceability and enabling a strong market intelligence framew...

Food inflation TPCI
Winning the war against food inflation

Food inflation is one of the major drivers of Consumer Price Index, which is having a predictable impact on RBI's monetary policy. India needs to address the structural inefficiencies that drive the r...

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