Value Chain

To build up a sustainable and viable value chain from farm to fork , for all agro based products. A typical value chain analysis is given below for fruits and vegetables in Uttarakhand state.  The following are some suggested interventions to overcome the challenges in the prevailing value chain system…

  • Create new infrastructure and upgrade the existing infrastructure
  • Trade facilitation
  • Amend / Repeal the APMC Act
  • Increase public-private partnership
  • Market demand driven Production
  • Meeting global standards of Quality
  • Technological knowhow and support
  • Capacity building on quality standards.
  • Technology transfer, capacity building and skill up-gradation
  • Marekt promotion and branding
  • Linking farmers to the markets
  • Market research based offerings
  • Promoting Entrepreneurship and innovations
  • Single Window system
  • Establishing Mega Food Park

Backward Linkages

To maximize the returns to the farmers for his farm produce by buildings strong and rich backward linkage while slashing the intermediaries and introducing concepts like journal marketing etc.

  • Create new infrastructure and upgrade the existing infrastructure
  • Trade facilitation
  • Amend / Repeal the APMC Act
  • Increase public-private partnership
  • Market demand driven Production
  • Meeting global standards of Quality
  • Technological knowhow and support
  • Capacity building on quality standards.
  • Technology transfer, capacity building and skill up-gradation
  • Marekt promotion and branding
  • Linking farmers to the markets
  • Market research based offerings
  • Promoting Entrepreneurship and innovations
  • Single Window system
  • Establishing Mega Food Park

Forward Linkages

Patanjali has well established forward linkage facilities across the country and some other countries. It has reach even in the remote area of NE states of India. Patanjali has setup thousands of Seva Kendra, Swadeshi Kendra, Arogya Kendra across the country which insure supply to ultimate consumers. At present the turn over of the “Patanjali Mega Food Park” is more than INR 2000.00 Crore per annum. It earn valuable foreign currency by exporting its products to European/Gulfs/African/American Countries and Australia.

Revitalizing rural economy

Revitalizing the rural and hilly economy of the catchment area of the processing centre, by creating a reliable, reachable and round the year market for the farmer’s produce.

Stimulate investments in agro

Stimulate investments in the agro and food processing industry.

State of the art infrastruucture

Establish state of the art infrastructure for the processing centers of agro products and showcase a successful, modern and efficient agro based business venture to the world.

As per the Mega Food Park Scheme, creation of common infrastructure has been given paramount importance while planning for the park and CPC. The following facilities are planned in the CPC as common facilities

AVAILABLE FACILITIES AT CENTRAL PROCESSING CENTER

  1. Internal Roads
  2. Parking (for Small and Heavy Vehicles
  3. Weigh Bridge
  4. Warehouses
  5. Cold Storage
  6. Watter Supply
  7. Electricity Supply
  8. DG Sets
  9. Canteen Facility
  10. Administrative Building
  11. ETP / STP / WTP
  12. Central Lab
  13. Primary Health Center
  14. SSI Shed Plots are available at rate of INR 291/- per Sq mtrs per annum or 2.25 per sq feet per month.

Platform for interaction of stakeholders

Establish a platform for the business interactions, discussions, and workshops for the various stakeholders like farmers, retailers, banks, industrialists, academicians and government.

Knowledge Resource

To be a knowledge resource to the agriculture sector in terms of markets, quality and quantity of production, diversifications of farming activities, organize farming, micro-irrigation etc.