As agricultural export comprises 10% of the total Indian exports, it is the fourth-largest export commodity. The Indian fresh food market has seen rapid development lately, and this pattern does not indicate any easing back. Although digitalization has eliminated different hindrances and disentangled the way toward ordering produce from any corner of the world, exporting these items is still an arduous errand.
In addition to the fact that you have to be well-educated about the quality standards of the country you export to, additionally, you must be precise with your documentation to maintain a strategic distance from any errors.
Problems faced by the FFV Export Business:
The low productivity in the agriculture process arises due to various hurdles like the inaccessibility of land as the population continuously increases, substandard irrigation facilities, and old-fashioned technological processes. Maintaining the quality of these perishables is strenuous because of their short shelf life.
As fresh produce is delicate to problematic climate conditions, expert packaging and handling is a requirement. Immature infrastructure like cold stockpiles, transportation offices additionally add to the problems faced by the FFV Export businesses.
Other problems include:
- Maintaining Unified Pack- House Operations
- Keeping the Fruit quality and MRL compliance along with maintaining the quality standards of produce shipped to specific parts of the world
- Inventory management and traceability of stock
- Higher post-harvest losses and reconciliation issues
- Maintaining crop quality
- Waste Minimization