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APEDA Signs MoUs with Organizations to Implement Agri Export Policy

Nikita Arya
Nikita Arya

Agricultural and Processed Food Export Development Authority (APEDA) has always worked with a collaborative approach to cooperate with a number of institutions and organizations with specialized expertise and also with various stakeholders. These organizations and stakeholders can provide solutions for tackling the interventions for the development of Agriculture export measures in accordance with the objectives set under Agri Export Policy (AEP) announced by the Government of India. 

Recently, APEDA has signed MoUs with many organizations and institutions like Indian Institute of Technology IITD), Quality Council of India (QCI) Delhi, Indian Chamber of Food and Agriculture (ICFA), SGT University and Pearl Academy at its office in New Delhi to work in synergy with these organizations and work together achieving greater and better things in the interest of agriculture and allied sectors so that the agriculture sector can prosper. 

The MoU is signed for the implementation of the Agri Export Policy that focuses on agriculture export-oriented production, promotion of exports, better price realization to farmer and synchronization within policies and programmes of Government of India.  

The Agri-Export Policy suggests adopting the approach of developing product-specific clusters in different agro-climatic zones of the country to help in dealing with various supply-side issues viz., soil nutrients management, higher productivity, adoption of a market-oriented variety of crop, use of Good Agriculture Practices, etc. 

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