AgriTech firm AgNext Technologies tied up with (N A F E D) National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation Of India Limited monitoring platform in ‘Qualix’. These two tied up to make digitized quality assessments for Arunachal Pradesh organic Kiwis.
This clarifies how it helps to streamline the inspection process of the fruit, giving end consumers a complete traceability report by just using QR code mapping the consumer can raise all the steps in the supply chain down to the organic origin.
These organic products were launched in New Delhi before in the Aanchal Pradesh Agriculture Marketing Board ( APAMB ) along with (NAFED) as a marketing supporter with the motive ‘the national one district one product’ scheme.
Taranjeet Singh Bhamra, the next CEO and the founder of the company Under the Partnership of Agritech, shared some words saying that ” it is an honor to work with NAFED on India’s first AI-based initiative to bring complete quality and traceability management solutions for Arunachal renowned kiwi trade. To date over 6,000 kgs of kiwi has been assessed and moved through our ‘Qualix’ platform, with proven benefits for the farmers, NAFED, and the end consumers. The impact of facilitating quality based trance ability enabled trade for Kiwis will not only improve drastic demand but also help in boosting the export potential for the fruit”.
Whereas Subrat Panda the Chief Technology Officer of AG next explained the various transaction of the technological development which will help to bring about the trans ability solution to the end consumer, n a f e d connected us with the FPOs in zero Arunachal Pradesh and we deployed our quality assessment solution right at the procurement measures of the total soluble sugar that is TSS which is the key parameter to ascertain the ripeness of kiwi. During the packaging process for retail distribution. Each box of the Kiwi was labeled with you through which one can assess the complete Inspection Report along with key traceability and quality parameters.
The entire process is automated and led by an integrated AI bAI-based team which significantly reduces the t at quality testing in logistics and marketing of the fruit.
“NAFED has successfully worked with FPOs in Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh to help them develop stronger market linkages for their certified organic kiwis,” says Pankaj Prasad, NAFED’s Additional Managing Director (AMD). The use of digital quality assessment streamlines the fruit inspection process and provides end-users with a complete traceability report. In terms of price realizations, this benefits both farmers and consumers. This also fosters trust and transparency among all stakeholders in the value chain. To truly maximize the potential of Indian agriculture, raise farmer income, and facilitate quality-based trade, more adoption of technology is required.”