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  • Presentation on Emerging Agribusiness Formats The Case of Integrated Agro Food Parks First Annual Conference of “The Indian Society of Agribusiness Management” Gopi Krishna Swarangi Vice President Food & Agribusiness Strategic Advisory & Research 26-09-2008
  • India
    • Significant strengths in agriculture, horticulture, dairy, poultry, etc
      • Agro-climatic diversity
      • Production leadership in many areas
    • Rapid urbanization
    • Govt. according priority status
    • Growth in Organized food retail
    India’s share in global production India’s prices as % of world prices
  • Changing Consumers
    • Rising income levels
    • Increasing consumer discern towards quality & healthy food
    • Shift in consumption basket
      • Increasing consumption of processed food
      • Moving from mass market to convenience and snack foods
      • Increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables
    • Inspite of …
      • positive demographics & consumption trends
      • Supply side advantages
    • Indian Agriculture still lags behind, due to….
      • Inefficiencies in the value chain
      • Lack of scale
      • Inability to meet the quality standards
    Rationale for Agro Food Park Realizing the opportunity, Alterra of Wageningen University and Research, Netherlands and YES BANK embarked upon the creation of world class Agribusiness Infrastructure that would enable India become the Food Factory of the World!
    • Unique first of its kind integration of various agribusiness value chain components
    • Spatial clustering of different agro-production chains
    • Spatial combination of agro-processing and non-agro functions (building, industrial estate or region)
    • Scale increase in production further enables industrial processing
    • Application of principles of industrial ecology, i.e. mutual use of waste and by-products
    • Clustering approach to attract leading foreign retail chains to anchor and plan their supply chain at and through the Agro Food Parks
    • Township model approach to attract Indian MNCs and foreign food processing companies
    • Tremendous scope for Rural transformation and rural employment generation
    AGRO FOOD PARK Integrated Agro Food Park - Concept Clustering and Networking provides context for sustainable innovations RTC RTC RTC RTC RTC RTC Consolidation Centre Consumers
  • Intelligent Agrologistic Networks combining Consolidation Centres, Agroparks and RTCs Consolidation Centre Agroproduction- and processing Park Rural Transformation Centre METROPOLE METROPOLE
  • Concept (contd.) AFP Modern Farm Clusters Green Houses Livestock farms Mushroom Nursery FP Zones Utilities & Services Commercial Complex R&D Incubation QCL Commissaries & Packaging Common Infrastructure Agribusiness Mgt. Trg. Inst Convention Center IT/ Library Training Center Agro tourism Wellness & Nutrition Terminal Markets Logistics Cold Stores Ripening Chambers Warehousing Rural Transformation Centers Rural Transformation Centers Rural Transformation Centers Rural Transformation Centers Production Processing R & D Trade Social
  • Concept (contd.) Rural Transformation Centers At Mandal Level Popln: 5000 - 10000 Agri Clinic Collection Center Mentoring Training Farm Credit Micro Finance Primary Health Center Commercial Rural Mart Office Space Smart Card Green Port Realty Food & Entertainment Village Village Village Village Village Village
  • Market-Oriented Food Production Chains
    • Collection - Value Adding - Distribution Centres:
      • Increase employability
      • Add quality and value
      • Link farmers to retail
      • Open new markets
    Farmers Collection Points Collection Centres Primary processing Centres Distribution Centre Domestic markets Export markets Retail
    • Primary processing centre:
      • Cooling, sorting, grading, packaging and storing
      • Collection from max. 50 - 100 km
    • Backward chain optimisation from farm to fork (incl. seeds and tissues); farmers become preferred suppliers
    • Reduce shrinkage by expanding cool chain
    • Increase quality (+price)
    • Extend potential market
    Market-Oriented Food Production Chains (contd.) Farmers Collection Points Collection Centres Primary Processing Centres Distribution Centre Domestic markets Export markets Retail
  • Add Agro-production to Processing and Trade Land-independent agriculture in Agro Food Parks adds opportunities, mainly in new markets Farmers Collection Points Collection Centres Value Adding Centres Distribution Centre Domestic markets Export markets Retail
  • Case Study - Integrated Dairy Farms – Linked to AFP AFP { Margin Money Payment of Milk (Market Price) Payment Of Cattle Feed (Market Price) Veterinary Services, Training, Technical Knowledge, Market Information Information Flow Bank Payment from the market Cattle Loan Repayment Cattle Loan Payment (Milk+Fodder-Loan-Feed) Financial Flow Distribution Centre Domestic Markets Export Markets } Retail Consumers Modern Livestock Farm Farmers Cattle + Fodder Milk Feed Dairy Product Product Flow
  • Sustainable & Environment Friendly
  • Components of an Agro Food Park Central Production and Processing Zone Social, Commercial, Common and Entertainment Zone Investors Zone
  • Advantages
    • Benefits to Consumers
      • Healthier & safer food
      • Extended freshness & increased shelf life
    • Benefit to farmers
      • Exchange of knowledge
      • Access to latest technology
      • Timely information transfer
      • Reduction in wastage
      • Better price realization
    • Employment Generation
      • Each Agro Food park will generate
        • Atleast 10,000 direct jobs
        • Another 10,000 Indirect jobs
  • Phase I: Proposed AFP Locations Phase II: Proposed AFP Locations Phase II: Cons. centre Locations Phase I: Cons. centre Locations
    • Focus initially in Southern & Western India (8 AFPs)
      • Andhra Pradesh
      • Karnataka
      • Tamilnadu
      • Maharashtra
      • Gujarat
    • Phase II
      • Rajasthan
      • West Bengal
      • Punjab
      • Haryana
      • Uttar Pradesh
      • Madhya Pradesh
      • Kerala
    • About 30 Consolidation Centres on pan India basis
    Strategic Plan
  • Thanks for your attention !