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FOODWORLD INDIA 2008 November 13 – 14, 2008, Mumbai

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FOODWORLD INDIA 2008 November 13 – 14, 2008, Mumbai

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  1. FOODWORLD INDIA 2008November 13 – 14, 2008, Mumbai

  2. Back to Basics – The Organic Way Presentation by A K Gupta, Advisor, Agriculture and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), Ministry of Commerce, Govt. of India, New Delhi

  3. APPROACH • FOCUS ON IMPROVEMENT OF THE SOIL FERTILITY BY NATURAL MEANS • BALANCE PLANT NUTRITION THROUGH RECYCLING OF ORGANIC MATTER AND LOCALLY AVAILABLE SOURCES OF NUTRIENTS. • AGRO ECO SYSTEM APPROACH - COVER CROPS - CROP ROTATION - INTERCROPPING • PREVENTIVE MEASURES BY BIOLOGICAL PEST CONTROL AND MECHANICAL WEEDING • ORGANIC FODDER FOR LIVESTOCK • ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR AND TREATMENT OF FARM ANIMALS

  4. PRINCIPLES (General Level) • IMPROVE AND MAINTAIN THE NATURAL LANDSCAPE AND AGRO ECO SYSTEM • AVOID OVER-EXPLOITATION AND POLLUTION OF NATURAL RESOURCES • MINIMIZE CONSUMPTION OF NON-RENEWABLE ENERGY AND RESOURCES • PRODUCE SUFFICIENT QUANTITIES OF NUTRITIOUS WHOLESOME AND HIGH QUALITY FOOD • PROVIDE ADEQUATE RETURNS, WITHING A SAFE, SECURE AND HEALTHY WORKING ENVIRONMENT • ACKNOWLEDGE INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND TRADITIONAL FARMING SYSTEMS

  5. PRINCIPLES(Practical Level) • MAINTAIN AND INCREASE THE LONG-TERM FERTILITY OF THE SOIL • ENHANCE BIOLOGICAL CYCLES WITHIN THE FARM, ESPECIALLY NUTRIENT CYCLES • PROVIDE NITROGEN SUPPLY BY INTENSIVE USE OF NITROGEN FIXING PLANTS • BIOLOGICAL PLANT PROTECTION BASED ON PREVENTION INSTEAD OF CURING • DIVERSITY OF CROP VARIETIES AND ANIMAL SPECIES, APPROPRIATE TO THE NEEDS OF THE ANIMALS • ANIMAL HUSBANDRY APPROPRIATE TO THE NEEDS OF THE ANIMALS CONTD….

  6. PRINCIPLES(Practical Level) • BAN ON SYNTHETIC CHEMICAL FERTILISERS, PLANT PROTECTION, HORMONES AND GROWTH REGULATORS • PROHIBITION OF GENETIC ENGINEERING AND ITS PRODUCTS • BAN ON SYNTHETIC OR HARMFUL METHODS, PROCESSING AIDS AND INGREDIENTS IN FOOD PROCESSING

  7. DIVERSITY FOR ECOLOGICAL BALANCE • GROW DIFFERENT CROPS: MIXED CROPPING, CROP ROTATION • KEEP FARM ANIMALS: INTEGRATED FARMING • ENCOURAGE THE PRESENCE OF WILDLIFE: INSECTS, SPIDERS, BIRDS, FROGS ETC. • PROMOTE DIVERSITY IN SOIL LIFE: MICROBES, EARCH WORMS, ALGAE, FUNGUS ETC.

  8. RECYCLE - NUTRIENTS INSTEAD OF EXTERNAL INPUTS • COMPOSTING AND MULCHING • EFFICIENT USE OF ANIMAL MANURES • USE NITROGEN FIXING PLANTS SUCH AS LEGUMINOUS SPECIES • PRODUCE SEEDS AND SEEDLINGS ON THE FARM (PLANTING MATERIAL) • PRODUCE BOTANICAL PESTICIDES ETC. FROM LOCALLY AVAILABLE MATERIAL WITHIN THE FARM

  9. PROTECTION OF NATURAL RESOURCES • NO APPLICATION OF SYNTHETIC PESTICIDES AND FERTILIZERS (“CHEMICALS”) • APPROPRIATE STOCKING RATES OF FARM ANIMALS TO AVOID POLLUTION OF GROUND WATER, SOIL EROSION AND OVERGRAZING • NO OVEREXPLOITATION OF WATER RESOURCES (E.G. FOR IRRIGATION) OR OTHER NATURAL RESOURCES (E.G. WILD SPECIES)

  10. SYSTEM APPROACH: USING NATURAL ECO SYSTEM AS A MODEL NATURAL FOREST ECOSYSTEM DIVERSITY ECOBALANCE NUTRIENT CYCLES SOIL FERTILITY

  11. SYSTEM APPROACH: USING NATURAL ECO SYSTEM AS A MODEL ORGANIC FARM ECOSYSTEM CROP DIVERSITY BIO-CONTROL RECYCLING NUTRIENTS SOIL PROTECTION

  12. SUSTAINIBILITY AIMS LOWINVESTMENTS ECONOMIC SECURITY ECONOMICVIABILITY GOOD&CONSTANTYIELDS ADDEDVALUE LOWEXTERNALINPUTS GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS MAKEBESTUSEOFLOCALRESOURCES FAIRTRADE ECOSYSTEMBALANCE ENSURE FOOD SUPPLY NOCHEMICALPOLLUTION SATISFYLOCALNEEDS HIGHSOILFERTILITY GENDERBALANCE CLEANWATER RESPECTTHELOCALCULTURE BIOLOGICALDIVERSITY ANIMALFRIENDLYHUSBANDRY GOODTASTE &QUALITY SAFEPRODUCTS CONSERVENATURALRESOURCES

  13. IS TRADITIONAL FARMING ORGANIC?

  14. WHAT TRADITIONAL & ORGANIC FARMING HAVE IN COMMON • NO USE OF CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS, INSECTICIDES, FUNGICIDES, HERBICIDES, GROWTH PROMOTERS ETC. • NO USE OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED PLANTS AND ANIMALS • USE OF ANIMAL MANURES

  15. ORGANIC METHODS WHICH CAN BE FOUND IN TRADITIONAL FARMING • CLOSED NUTRIENT CYCLES, LOW EXTERNAL INPUTS • RECYCLING OF BIOMASS THROUGH MULCHING OR COMPOSTING • MIXED CROPPING AND / OR CROP ROTATIONS • SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES: SOIL, ENERGY, WATER • MAINTENANCE OF SOIL FERTILITY, PREVENTION OF SOIL EROSION • ANIMAL FRIENDLY HUSBANDRY PRACTICES

  16. PRESENT STATUS IN INDIA

  17. THE NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR ORGANIC PRODUCTION (NPOP) • NPOP is implemented under FTDR Act under the Ministry of Commerce for exports. • NPOP will be shortly implemented under AGMARK by Ministry of Agriculture for the domestic market.

  18. CERTIFICATION AGENCIESACCREDITED BY THE GOVT. AND RECOGNIZED BY EC AND USDA MAHARASHTRA • BVQI (INDIA) PVT. LTD. – Mumbai • ECOCERT INTERNATIONAL – Aurangabad • NATURAL ORGANIC CERTIFICATION ASSOCIATION – Pune • CUC Inspections (SKAL INTERNATIONAL) - Mumbai RAJASTHAN • ONE CERT ASIA PVT. LTD., – Jaipur • Rajasthan Organic Certification Agency (ROCA) - Jaipur UTTRANCHAL • UTTRANCHAL ORGANIC CERTIFICATION AGENCY – Dehradun

  19. CERTIFICATION AGENCIESACCREDITED BY THE GOVT. HARYANA • SGS INDIA (PVT. LTD.) – Gurgaon KARNATAKA • IMO CONTROL PVT. LTD. – Bangalore • APOF AOCA -Bangalore • KERALA • LACON – Cochin • INDOCERT – Cochin

  20. STATUS OF ORGANIC FARMING IN INDIA • TOTAL NUMBER OF PROJECTS : 1320 UNDER THE CBs • NUMBER OF GROWER GROUPS : 484 • NUMBER OF CERTIFIED : 1,95,741 ORGANIC FARMERS

  21. STATUS OF ORGANIC FARMING IN INDIA • TOTAL CERTIFIED PRODUCTION : 959,098 MT • TOTAL VOLUME EXPORTED : 37533 MT • PERCENTAGE SHARE OF EXPORT : 3.91 v/s PRODUCTION • ANNUAL GROWTH RATE : 50 – 55 % • PRICE PREMIUM : 20-25 %

  22. STATUS IN INDIA • AREA UNDER CERTIFICATION : 2.8 MILLION HA • CULTIVATED AREA : 0.45 MILLION HA UNDER CERTIFICATION • AREA UNDER CONVERSION : 0.59 MILLION HA

  23. PRODUCTS EXPORTED FROM INDIA • PRODUCT CATEGORIES - 15 • ITEMS – 86 (INCLUDING PROCESSED AND RAW PRODUCTS).

  24. MAJOR PRODUCT CATEGORIES • RICE • PULSES (SOYABEAN, LENTILS) • OILSEEDS (SESAME, GROUNDNUTS) • SUGARCANE PRODUCTS (JAGGERY & SUGAR) • FRUITS & VEGETABLES • NUTS / DRY FRUITS • COTTON YARN/GARMENTS • SPICES • COFFEE & TEA • HONEY • MEDICINAL PLANTS

  25. GLOBAL MARKET FOR ORGANIC PRODUCTS • CURRENT MARKET : USD 31 Billion ( 1% OF TOTAL FOOD SALES ) • MAJOR MARKETS -- U.S.A : USD 12 Billion -- JAPAN : USD 3 Billion -- EUROPE : USD 10 - 11 Billion • GROWTH : 20 - 30% per annum

  26. ESTIMATED GLOBAL MARKET BY 2010 • EU - 46 BILLION US $ • US - 45 ,, • JAPAN - 10 ,, APPROX. 100 BILLION USD (ITC STUDY)

  27. PROJECTED ESTIMATES * • MARKET POTENTIAL : 319 MILLION US $ • PROJECTIONS : 433 MILLION US $ • ICCOA STUDY 2006

  28. POTENTIAL INSTITUTIONAL BUYERS • FIVE STAR HOTELS • SUPER MARKETS • MOTHER DAIRY • HEALTH FOOD STORES • EMBASSIES • HOSPITALS • AYURVEDIC CLINICS

  29. MAJOR DOMESTIC MARKETS • BANGALORE • CHENNAI • DELHI • HYDERABAD • MUMBAI • JAIPUR • PUNE • COIMBATORE

  30. ADVANTAGE FOR INDIA • PROGRESSIVE FARMERS • RICH KNOWLEDGE BASE • GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES IN PROMOTION OF ORGANIC PRODUCTS • GOOD NGO NETWORK Contd….

  31. THANKS