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MoFPI commissions studies to Comprehend Post-harvest loss

The Ministry of Food Processing Industries is tasked with building post-harvest infrastructure and processing facilities, among other things, to promote the sector’s overall development, including lowering post-harvest losses and boosting value addition. 

The Ministry uses numerous studies built on primary surveys to estimate post-harvest losses in a variety of agricultural commodities. The Ministry commissioned two studies: “Assessment of Quantitative Harvest and Post-Harvest Losses of Major Crops and Commodities in India” (2015) by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research-Central Institute of Post-Harvest Engineering and Technology (ICAR-CIPHET); and “Study to Determine Post-Harvest Losses of Agri-Produce in India” (2016) by NABARD Consultancy Service Pvt. Ltd. (2022).

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