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AGRI-BUSINESS ITS SCOPE AND

OPPORTUNITIES

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Abhishek Nandan

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AGRIBUSINESS

AGRIBUSINESS Agribusiness is the job of processing, transporting, and delivering food to domestic and foreign consumers;
AGRIBUSINESS Agribusiness is the job of processing, transporting, and delivering food to domestic and foreign consumers;

Agribusiness is the job of processing, transporting, and delivering food to

domestic and foreign consumers; and providing services to the people who

produce the food.

and delivering food to domestic and foreign consumers; and providing services to the people who produce
and delivering food to domestic and foreign consumers; and providing services to the people who produce
and delivering food to domestic and foreign consumers; and providing services to the people who produce
and delivering food to domestic and foreign consumers; and providing services to the people who produce
and delivering food to domestic and foreign consumers; and providing services to the people who produce
and delivering food to domestic and foreign consumers; and providing services to the people who produce
● „Agri - Business‟ is define as all business enterprises or sell to farmers /
● „Agri - Business‟ is define as all business enterprises or sell to farmers /

„Agri-Business‟ is define as all business enterprises or sell to farmers / trades

/consumers.

The transaction may involve either an input or a produce or service and encompasses items such as……

/consumers. ● The transaction may involve either an input or a produce or service and encompasses
/consumers. ● The transaction may involve either an input or a produce or service and encompasses
1.Productive resoures (feed, seed, fertilizer, Equipments, energy ,Pesticides ,machineries etc. 2.Agricultural
1.Productive resoures (feed, seed, fertilizer, Equipments, energy ,Pesticides ,machineries etc. 2.Agricultural
1.Productive resoures (feed, seed, fertilizer, Equipments, energy ,Pesticides ,machineries etc. 2.Agricultural

1.Productive resoures (feed, seed, fertilizer,

Equipments, energy ,Pesticides ,machineries etc.

2.Agricultural commodities (raw and processed

commodities of food and fibers )

3.Facilitative services (credit, insurance, marketing, storage, processing, transportation, packing, distribution, consultancy soiltesting etc)

(credit, insurance, marketing, storage, processing, transportation, packing, distribution, consultancy soiltesting etc) 4
(credit, insurance, marketing, storage, processing, transportation, packing, distribution, consultancy soiltesting etc) 4
AGRIBUSINESS BUSINESS INVOLVED IN Food Production Farming Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Wholesale &

AGRIBUSINESS

BUSINESS INVOLVED IN

Food ProductionAGRIBUSINESS BUSINESS INVOLVED IN Farming Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Wholesale & Distribution

FarmingAGRIBUSINESS BUSINESS INVOLVED IN Food Production Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Wholesale & Distribution

Seed SupplyAGRIBUSINESS BUSINESS INVOLVED IN Food Production Farming Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Wholesale & Distribution

Agro-chemicalsBUSINESS INVOLVED IN Food Production Farming Seed Supply Farm Machinery Wholesale & Distribution Processing

Farm MachineryIN Food Production Farming Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Wholesale & Distribution Processing Marketing and Retail

Wholesale & DistributionINVOLVED IN Food Production Farming Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Processing Marketing and Retail Sales 5

ProcessingProduction Farming Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Wholesale & Distribution Marketing and Retail Sales 5

Marketing andFood Production Farming Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Wholesale & Distribution Processing Retail Sales 5

Retail SalesFood Production Farming Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Wholesale & Distribution Processing Marketing and 5

Farming Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Wholesale & Distribution Processing Marketing and Retail Sales 5
Farming Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Wholesale & Distribution Processing Marketing and Retail Sales 5
Farming Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Wholesale & Distribution Processing Marketing and Retail Sales 5
Farming Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Wholesale & Distribution Processing Marketing and Retail Sales 5
Farming Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Wholesale & Distribution Processing Marketing and Retail Sales 5
Farming Seed Supply Agro-chemicals Farm Machinery Wholesale & Distribution Processing Marketing and Retail Sales 5
Definition The making of business decisions that tend to maximize net income consistent with the

Definition

The making of business decisions that

tend to maximize net income consistent

with the operators objectives.

Definition The making of business decisions that tend to maximize net income consistent with the operators
Definition The making of business decisions that tend to maximize net income consistent with the operators
Definition The making of business decisions that tend to maximize net income consistent with the operators
Definition The making of business decisions that tend to maximize net income consistent with the operators
Definition The making of business decisions that tend to maximize net income consistent with the operators
 What do produce?  How much to produce?  What kinds and amounts of

What do produce?

How much to produce?

What kinds and amounts of resources to use?

What technology to use?

When to buy and sell?

How to finance?

What kinds and amounts of resources to use?  What technology to use?  When to
What kinds and amounts of resources to use?  What technology to use?  When to
What kinds and amounts of resources to use?  What technology to use?  When to
What kinds and amounts of resources to use?  What technology to use?  When to
What kinds and amounts of resources to use?  What technology to use?  When to
 Farm Operator  Spouse  Landlords  Farm managers  Farm Advisors  Government

Farm Operator Spouse

Landlords

Farm managers

Farm Advisors

Government Financers

 Farm Operator  Spouse  Landlords  Farm managers  Farm Advisors  Government 
 Farm Operator  Spouse  Landlords  Farm managers  Farm Advisors  Government 
 Farm Operator  Spouse  Landlords  Farm managers  Farm Advisors  Government 
 Farm Operator  Spouse  Landlords  Farm managers  Farm Advisors  Government 
 Farm Operator  Spouse  Landlords  Farm managers  Farm Advisors  Government 
 Planning  Organizing  Directing (leading)  Staffing  Controlling

Planning

Organizing

Directing (leading)

Staffing

Controlling

 Planning  Organizing  Directing (leading)  Staffing  Controlling
 Planning  Organizing  Directing (leading)  Staffing  Controlling
 Planning  Organizing  Directing (leading)  Staffing  Controlling
 Planning  Organizing  Directing (leading)  Staffing  Controlling
 Planning  Organizing  Directing (leading)  Staffing  Controlling
 1. Define the problem  2. List Alternatives  3. Analyze alternatives  4.

1. Define the problem

2. List Alternatives

3. Analyze alternatives

4. Select best alternatives

5. Act on decision

6. Evaluate

List Alternatives  3. Analyze alternatives  4. Select best alternatives  5. Act on decision
List Alternatives  3. Analyze alternatives  4. Select best alternatives  5. Act on decision
List Alternatives  3. Analyze alternatives  4. Select best alternatives  5. Act on decision
List Alternatives  3. Analyze alternatives  4. Select best alternatives  5. Act on decision
List Alternatives  3. Analyze alternatives  4. Select best alternatives  5. Act on decision
 Sole Proprietorship  Partnership  Corporation  Cooperative

Sole Proprietorship Partnership

Corporation

Cooperative

 Sole Proprietorship  Partnership  Corporation  Cooperative
 Sole Proprietorship  Partnership  Corporation  Cooperative
 Sole Proprietorship  Partnership  Corporation  Cooperative
 Sole Proprietorship  Partnership  Corporation  Cooperative
 One owner makes all decisions  owner responsible for all liabilities  can have

One owner makes all decisions

owner responsible for all liabilities

can have multiple employees

 One owner makes all decisions  owner responsible for all liabilities  can have multiple
 One owner makes all decisions  owner responsible for all liabilities  can have multiple
 One owner makes all decisions  owner responsible for all liabilities  can have multiple
 One owner makes all decisions  owner responsible for all liabilities  can have multiple
 Owned by two or more people  Owners are responsible for their share of

Owned by two or more people

Owners are responsible for their share of

liabilities

Written agreements usually specify percent of ownership, responsibilities, and decision

making process.

liabilities  Written agreements usually specify percent of ownership, responsibilities, and decision making process.
liabilities  Written agreements usually specify percent of ownership, responsibilities, and decision making process.
liabilities  Written agreements usually specify percent of ownership, responsibilities, and decision making process.
liabilities  Written agreements usually specify percent of ownership, responsibilities, and decision making process.
 Owned by stockholders  Business is treated as a single entity  Stockholders not

Owned by stockholders

Business is treated as a single entity

Stockholders not personally responsible for liabilities of the business

Returns profits in form of “dividends” to

stockholders

not personally responsible for liabilities of the business  Returns profits in form of “dividends” to
not personally responsible for liabilities of the business  Returns profits in form of “dividends” to
not personally responsible for liabilities of the business  Returns profits in form of “dividends” to
not personally responsible for liabilities of the business  Returns profits in form of “dividends” to
 Owned by the users of the business  Elected board of directors  Profits

Owned by the users of the business

Elected board of directors

Profits are returned in the form of “patronage refunds” to users of the coop

 Elected board of directors  Profits are returned in the form of “patronage refunds” to
 Elected board of directors  Profits are returned in the form of “patronage refunds” to
 Elected board of directors  Profits are returned in the form of “patronage refunds” to
 Elected board of directors  Profits are returned in the form of “patronage refunds” to

AGRI-BUSINESS SCOPE IN INDIA

AGRO INDUSRIES

1) Village industries-

IN INDIA  AGRO INDUSRIES  1 ) Village industries- @ Owned and run by rural
IN INDIA  AGRO INDUSRIES  1 ) Village industries- @ Owned and run by rural

@ Owned and run by rural

household

@ Little capital investment

@ High level of manual labor

involve

2)Small scale industries

@ Medium investment

@ Semi-automation

3)Large scale industries

@ Large investment

@ High level of automation

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Cont…

Huge Domastic MarketCont… … @ An average India spends around 53% of his / her income on food

@ An average India spends around 53% of

Huge Domastic Market @ An average India spends around 53% of his / her income on
Huge Domastic Market @ An average India spends around 53% of his / her income on

his / her income on food

@ ITC, HLL, Nestle inter in Indian markets long time

ago

Procssed Food @Level are… @Level are…

1.Manual 2. mechanical 3.Chamiacal or Combination

¤ Multiple Benefits

@Creates jobs, @ Demand for agri raw materials

@Leads to diversification & commercialiazation

of agriculture

@ Enhace the income of farmers & creating

Surpluses for export of agro foods

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AGRIBUSINESS

AGRIBUSINESS The Agribusiness industry accounts for nearly one-fifth of the U.S. gross national product and it
AGRIBUSINESS The Agribusiness industry accounts for nearly one-fifth of the U.S. gross national product and it

The Agribusiness industry accounts for nearly one-fifth of the U.S. gross national product and it employs close to one-fourth of the U.S. labor force.

for nearly one-fifth of the U.S. gross national product and it employs close to one-fourth of
for nearly one-fifth of the U.S. gross national product and it employs close to one-fourth of
for nearly one-fifth of the U.S. gross national product and it employs close to one-fourth of
for nearly one-fifth of the U.S. gross national product and it employs close to one-fourth of
for nearly one-fifth of the U.S. gross national product and it employs close to one-fourth of
for nearly one-fifth of the U.S. gross national product and it employs close to one-fourth of
Major Agri-Business Activities Animal Husbandry Allied Sector Crop-production Value addition (Livestock Production)
Major Agri-Business Activities
Animal Husbandry
Allied Sector
Crop-production
Value addition
(Livestock
Production)
(Farming)
& Export

1.Growing crops

1.Dairy

2.Marketing

2.Poutry

3.Production of

3.Goatry

Vital inputs(eg. Seed,

4.Piggery

Fertilizer,ago-chemicals etc

5.Duckery

6.Fishery

1.Mashroom

2.Apiary

3.sericulture(silk)

4.agro-forestry

5.Food processing 6.Wood Industry 7.Rubber Industry 8.Lac Industry

processing 6.Wood Industry 7.Rubber Industry 8.Lac Industry 1.Quality Improvement 2.Grading & packing 3.Processing
processing 6.Wood Industry 7.Rubber Industry 8.Lac Industry 1.Quality Improvement 2.Grading & packing 3.Processing
processing 6.Wood Industry 7.Rubber Industry 8.Lac Industry 1.Quality Improvement 2.Grading & packing 3.Processing
processing 6.Wood Industry 7.Rubber Industry 8.Lac Industry 1.Quality Improvement 2.Grading & packing 3.Processing

1.Quality

Improvement

2.Grading &

packing 3.Processing into

Innovative

products

(A) Production Sectors 1. Crop production ¶ Cereal ¶ pulses ¶ Oilseeds ¶ Vegetables ¶

(A) Production Sectors

1.Crop production Cereal

pulses

Oilseeds

Vegetables

Fruits

Flowers/ornamentals

Spices

Medicinal & Aromatic plants

sugarcane

Tea/coffee/coca

Any other crops

¶ Whole sale or retail distribution ¶ Regulation supplies to hostel or hospital, educational institutes

Whole sale or retail distribution

Regulation supplies to hostel or hospital, educational

institutes or armed services, chain stores, supermarkets etc

3.Manufacture and/ or merchandising of material and supplied

essential to the production of agricultural products

Seed production

Plant nursery

Organic fertilizer industry(vermi-compost, bio-

fertilizers

Pesticide industry

Agro-chemical industry( PGR, weedicide , micro-

nutrients etc

Irrigation equipments and systems

Farm machinery

¶ Agro-chemical industry( PGR, weedicide , micro- nutrients etc ¶ Irrigation equipments and systems ¶ Farm
¶ Agro-chemical industry( PGR, weedicide , micro- nutrients etc ¶ Irrigation equipments and systems ¶ Farm
¶ Agro-chemical industry( PGR, weedicide , micro- nutrients etc ¶ Irrigation equipments and systems ¶ Farm
¶ Agro-chemical industry( PGR, weedicide , micro- nutrients etc ¶ Irrigation equipments and systems ¶ Farm
• Fruit & vegetable processing ( e.g. canning, drying, making preserves, jam, jelly and fruit

Fruit & vegetable processing ( e.g. canning, drying, making preserves, jam, jelly and fruit beaverarases

includes RTS

Processing of cereals, pulses and oilseeds (rice mills,

four mill, oil extraction and pulse processing units etc.

Processed foods (e.g. biscuits, snacks, cakes , ice

creams, bhujia, papad etc)

Dairy products (e.g. milk, ghee, cheese, paniar , khoa

etc)

Meat (e.g. mutton; beef; pork; chicken-flesh etc

Tea , coffee, cocoa processing.

• Commercial production • Carp hatchery • Fish feed • Fish processing- dried fish products

Commercial production

Carp hatchery

Fish feed

Fish processing- dried fish products Manufacturing fishing nets and gadgets

6.Animal products

Milk

Egg

Meat

Cattle feed production

Poultry feed production

7. Domestics marketing & export 8. Value addition

Each stakeholder in the supply chain need to play a crucial role.

Farmer Farm

in the supply chain need to play a crucial role. Farmer Farm Primary Assembler Kacha Aarthia

Primary Assembler

need to play a crucial role. Farmer Farm Primary Assembler Kacha Aarthia Pakka Aarthia Primary Wholesaler

Kacha Aarthia

a crucial role. Farmer Farm Primary Assembler Kacha Aarthia Pakka Aarthia Primary Wholesaler Secondary Wholesaler

Pakka Aarthia

Farmer Farm Primary Assembler Kacha Aarthia Pakka Aarthia Primary Wholesaler Secondary Wholesaler Consumer V A L

Primary Wholesaler

Primary Assembler Kacha Aarthia Pakka Aarthia Primary Wholesaler Secondary Wholesaler Consumer V A L U E

Secondary Wholesaler

Primary Assembler Kacha Aarthia Pakka Aarthia Primary Wholesaler Secondary Wholesaler Consumer V A L U E

Consumer

Primary Assembler Kacha Aarthia Pakka Aarthia Primary Wholesaler Secondary Wholesaler Consumer V A L U E
Primary Assembler Kacha Aarthia Pakka Aarthia Primary Wholesaler Secondary Wholesaler Consumer V A L U E
Primary Assembler Kacha Aarthia Pakka Aarthia Primary Wholesaler Secondary Wholesaler Consumer V A L U E
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 Cool-chain transport  Cold storage facilities  Crop – insurance  Financing crop production

Cool-chain transport

Cold storage facilities

Crop insurance

Financing crop production (soft loan)

Repairing and maintenance of irrigation

equipments/ farm machineries

and maintenance of irrigation equipments/ farm machineries  Providing training for developing skill or expertise in

Providing training for developing skill or expertise in a particular field/subjects.

COOL CHAIN The cool chain encompasses all the critical steps and processes that fruits and

COOL CHAIN

The cool chain encompasses all the critical steps and

processes that fruits and other perishable products must

undergo in order to maintain their quality.

It is essential during the transport of export quality

commodity all the way from the farm to the customer. It helps

in maintaining the temperature inside the box at the same low

level as in the cold storage.

the customer. It helps in maintaining the temperature inside the box at the same low level
the customer. It helps in maintaining the temperature inside the box at the same low level
the customer. It helps in maintaining the temperature inside the box at the same low level
the customer. It helps in maintaining the temperature inside the box at the same low level

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The various stages of the cool chain are:  Coldstore at the farm.  Refrigerated
The various stages of the cool chain are:  Coldstore at the farm.  Refrigerated

The various stages of the cool chain are:

Coldstore at the farm.

Refrigerated truck from farm to the airport

Coldstore at the airport.

Loading the aircrafts directly from the coldstore in a short time.

Cargo aircraft maintains coldstore temperature in hold.

Off loading direct into a coldstore in the receiving country.

Refrigerated truck to the customers.

in hold.  Off loading direct into a coldstore in the receiving country.  Refrigerated truck
in hold.  Off loading direct into a coldstore in the receiving country.  Refrigerated truck
in hold.  Off loading direct into a coldstore in the receiving country.  Refrigerated truck
in hold.  Off loading direct into a coldstore in the receiving country.  Refrigerated truck
 Precooling Cooling of Grapes Cooling of Banana Cooling of Watermelons 28

Precooling

 Precooling Cooling of Grapes Cooling of Banana Cooling of Watermelons 28

Cooling of

Grapes

 Precooling Cooling of Grapes Cooling of Banana Cooling of Watermelons 28
 Precooling Cooling of Grapes Cooling of Banana Cooling of Watermelons 28
 Precooling Cooling of Grapes Cooling of Banana Cooling of Watermelons 28
 Precooling Cooling of Grapes Cooling of Banana Cooling of Watermelons 28
 Precooling Cooling of Grapes Cooling of Banana Cooling of Watermelons 28

Cooling of

Banana

 Precooling Cooling of Grapes Cooling of Banana Cooling of Watermelons 28

Cooling of

Watermelons

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 Consultancy services for advice on new technique , plant protection measures , procurement of

Consultancy services for advice on new technique , plant

protection measures , procurement of farm machinery ,major inputs , quality seeds etc

Providing training for developing skill or expertise in a

particular field/subjects.

Maintenance of public park/ gardens/avenues

Research and development organization

/institutes/colleges

Agricultural progessionals/consultants/plant health/clinics

Certification agency

/institutes/colleges  Agricultural progessionals/consultants/plant health/clinics  Certification agency
/institutes/colleges  Agricultural progessionals/consultants/plant health/clinics  Certification agency
/institutes/colleges  Agricultural progessionals/consultants/plant health/clinics  Certification agency
/institutes/colleges  Agricultural progessionals/consultants/plant health/clinics  Certification agency
 Community, social and personal services  Health & education  Trade hotels restaurants, transport,

Community, social and personal services

Health & education

Trade hotels restaurants, transport, storage,

communication

Financing , insurance, real estate, and business services

Trade hotels restaurants, transport, storage, communication  Financing , insurance, real estate, and business services
Trade hotels restaurants, transport, storage, communication  Financing , insurance, real estate, and business services
Trade hotels restaurants, transport, storage, communication  Financing , insurance, real estate, and business services
Trade hotels restaurants, transport, storage, communication  Financing , insurance, real estate, and business services
Trade hotels restaurants, transport, storage, communication  Financing , insurance, real estate, and business services
Trade hotels restaurants, transport, storage, communication  Financing , insurance, real estate, and business services
Trade hotels restaurants, transport, storage, communication  Financing , insurance, real estate, and business services
Trade hotels restaurants, transport, storage, communication  Financing , insurance, real estate, and business services
OPPORTUNITES IN AGRIBUSINESS
OPPORTUNITES IN AGRIBUSINESS
OPPORTUNITES IN AGRIBUSINESS ( By Finance Minister P.Chidambram’s in Budget 2005 ) • Developing Food Processing
OPPORTUNITES IN AGRIBUSINESS ( By Finance Minister P.Chidambram’s in Budget 2005 ) • Developing Food Processing

(By Finance Minister P.Chidambram’s in Budget 2005 )

Developing Food Processing industries

that is generating 250,000 Job every year. (By R.K.Bansal , Director in the Ministry

for Food Processing industries. ) Creating a separate window with a corpus of Rs. 1,000 crore for

refinancing loans for infrastructure development

(in which 25% subsidy on machines and building) .

Punjab is a land of boundless opportunities for

Agri-based industry

is a land of boundless opportunities for Agri-based industry  4.2 million hectare sown area with
is a land of boundless opportunities for Agri-based industry  4.2 million hectare sown area with

4.2 million hectare sown area with 186% cropping

intensity & 100% assured irrigation makes Punjab

granary of India.

Punjab is most suitable for Agribusiness

due to:

24.46 million tones of good grain production.

9.85 million live stock

15.3 million poultry population

WAL MART

The worlds biggest corporate in green

. faming practices.

The worlds biggest corporate in green . faming practices. • The biggest seller of organic milk
The worlds biggest corporate in green . faming practices. • The biggest seller of organic milk

The biggest seller of organic milk in the world.

The biggest buyer of organic cotton in the world.

Wal Mart goes green and is soon coming to India

the world. • The biggest buyer of organic cotton in the world. • Wal Mart goes
the world. • The biggest buyer of organic cotton in the world. • Wal Mart goes
the world. • The biggest buyer of organic cotton in the world. • Wal Mart goes
the world. • The biggest buyer of organic cotton in the world. • Wal Mart goes
INDO- GERMAN USAID’s (ACE ) Progrmme HUDCO VOTAS VIDEOCON, BPL , GODREJ ,PEPSI NABARD
INDO- GERMAN USAID’s (ACE ) Progrmme HUDCO VOTAS VIDEOCON, BPL , GODREJ ,PEPSI NABARD

INDO-

GERMAN

USAID’s

(ACE)Progrmme

INDO- GERMAN USAID’s (ACE ) Progrmme HUDCO VOTAS VIDEOCON, BPL , GODREJ ,PEPSI NABARD

HUDCO

VOTAS

VIDEOCON, BPL ,

GODREJ ,PEPSI

INDO- GERMAN USAID’s (ACE ) Progrmme HUDCO VOTAS VIDEOCON, BPL , GODREJ ,PEPSI NABARD
INDO- GERMAN USAID’s (ACE ) Progrmme HUDCO VOTAS VIDEOCON, BPL , GODREJ ,PEPSI NABARD

NABARD

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INVESTMENT IN AGRIBUSINESS , INVESTORS FOR AGRIBUSINESS 35

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INVESTORS

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AGRIBUSINESS

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INVESTMENT IN AGRIBUSINESS , INVESTORS FOR AGRIBUSINESS 35
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INVESTMENT IN AGRIBUSINESS , INVESTORS FOR AGRIBUSINESS 35
SUPPLY C U S T O M E R S FRESH PLUS CPC/ DISTRIBUTION CENTER
SUPPLY C U S T O M E R S FRESH PLUS CPC/ DISTRIBUTION CENTER
SUPPLY C U S T O M E R S FRESH PLUS CPC/ DISTRIBUTION CENTER
SUPPLY C U S T O M E R S FRESH PLUS CPC/ DISTRIBUTION CENTER
SUPPLY C U S T O M E R S FRESH PLUS CPC/ DISTRIBUTION CENTER

SUPPLY

SUPPLY C U S T O M E R S FRESH PLUS CPC/ DISTRIBUTION CENTER DEMAND
SUPPLY C U S T O M E R S FRESH PLUS CPC/ DISTRIBUTION CENTER DEMAND
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SUPPLY C U S T O M E R S FRESH PLUS CPC/ DISTRIBUTION CENTER DEMAND
SUPPLY C U S T O M E R S FRESH PLUS CPC/ DISTRIBUTION CENTER DEMAND

DEMAND

GOALS & OBJECTIVE
GOALS & OBJECTIVE
 Farmers will earn higher profit
 Farmers will earn higher profit
GOALS & OBJECTIVE  Farmers will earn higher profit  consumers will get food at cheaper
GOALS & OBJECTIVE  Farmers will earn higher profit  consumers will get food at cheaper
 consumers will get food at cheaper prices
 consumers will get food at cheaper prices
 The economy at large will gain form an increase in agriculture productivity
 The economy at large will gain form an increase
in agriculture productivity
will get food at cheaper prices  The economy at large will gain form an increase
will get food at cheaper prices  The economy at large will gain form an increase
will get food at cheaper prices  The economy at large will gain form an increase
will get food at cheaper prices  The economy at large will gain form an increase