Aligned to the Government priority and identifying the potential of the aggregation model, work with Farmer producer Organizations (FPOs) has been prioritized under CII’s Food and Agriculture Center of Excellence (FACE) and a Business Service Unit for FPOs has been launched. The industry led initiative aims at enhancing farmer capabilities, building scale, improving access to advanced technologies, and strengthening market linkage.
Our team on procurement sampling, evaluation and demand requirements discussions for Chilli
Financial Gains, Input Linkages, Market Linkages, Access to Infrastructure, Improvement in access to Finance, Training & Capacity Building are the key benefits experienced by the Farmer Producer Company Model of Aggregation.
An exclusive repository of 25 successful FPOs across 15 states, the publication provides invaluable insights and recommendations on shaping the FPO ecosystem and serves as a ready reference for emerging businesses. The report is a reference document for nascent stage and upcoming FPOs as well as has contribute to policy planning.
FPOs are presently concentrated in a few states. Towards evolving an ecosystem for FPO development, the agencies involved need to focus on promoting FPOs pan India. Identifying the need Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare, GoI has launched the Central Sector Scheme for “Formation and Promotion of 10,000 Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs)”. Under the scheme, the formation and promotion of FPO is based on Produce Cluster Area approach and specialized commodity- based approach for development of product specialization.