Agribusiness involves all the steps required to send an agricultural good to market, namely production, processing, and distribution. Export can be harnessed as a source of economic growth.
Eggs & Gluten
Surgical instruments are tools that allow surgeons to open the soft tissue, remove the bone, dissect and isolate the lesion, and remove or obliterate the abnormal structures as a treatment.
Major functions of medical textiles are health care, hygiene, new fiber technology and artificial medical textile products. Medical textile is the fastest growing sector for its demand.
Distribution & Logistics
With respect to product, the medical furniture market is categorized into cabinets and lockers, trolleys and stretchers, tables, beds, chairs, and others.
Scope for Agribusiness in India
India is endowed with varied ago-climate, which facilitates production of temperate, sub-tropical and tropical agricultural commodities.
There is growing demand for agricultural inputs like feed and fodder, inorganic fertilizers, bio-fertilizers.
Biotechnology applications in agriculture have vast scope in production of seed, bio-control agents, industrial harnessing of microbes for bakery products.
At present processing is done at primary level only and the rising standard of living expands opportunities for secondary and tertiary processing of agricultural commodities.
The vast coastal line and internal water courses provides enormous opportunity for production of marine and inland fish and ornamental fish culture gaining popularity with increase in aesthetic value among the citizens of India..
There is wide scope for production and promotion of bio-pesticides and bio-control agents for protection of crops.
Trade plays a crucial role in providing livelihoods for farmers and people employed along the food supply chain. It also contributes to reducing food insecurity across the globe and provides greater choice in consumer goods.
Organic farming has highest potential in India as the pesticide and inorganic fertilizer application are less in India compared to industrial nations of the world. The farmers can be encouraged and educated to switch over for organic farming.
While international agro-food markets have evolved, most countries continue to provide support and impose barriers through measures that distort trade and limit the benefits that international agro-food markets can deliver for consumers
Trade in agro-food products has grown strongly over the last two decades, reaching almost 7% in real terms annually between 2001 and 2019. But agro-food trade isn’t just increasing, it’s becoming ‘global’.
Export can be harnessed as a source of economic growth. As a signatory of World Trade Organization, India has vast potential to improve it present position in the World trade of agricultural commodities both raw and processed form. The products line include cereals, pulses, oilseeds and oils, oil meal, spices and condiments, fruits and vegetables, flowers, medicinal plants and essential oils, agricultural advisory services, agricultural tools and implements, meat, milk and milk products, fish and fish products, ornamental fish, forest by products etc.