Hello, “India is at risk of food shortage due to climate change” -a new study carried out by the University of Exeter flooded headlines this week. This news is not new. Earlier this year more […]
44% of India works in agriculture but the industry only contributes to only 17% of the GDP. We have seen over the years that it pays less to be a farmer.
India, has an increasingly growing entrepreneurial ecosystem and it’s time we move beyond the obvious cities.
With Indian food getting more popular globally, the irony of farmers struggling to get their square meals is hard to ignore.
What will India be eating? With farmers giving up on crops because of dropping prices or unpredicted weather forecasts tearing through hectares of fields and months of hard work, who and what will feed India’s 1.32 billion people?
India has always been a land of extremes. And that’s no exception when it comes to technology and the food system.
Supply chain and logistics in India are drawn across extrements. Cchallenges range from focusing on areas susceptible to hunger to feeding the demand of the growing middle class.