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Aditi Organics

Paramparagat Krishi Vikas yojana (PKVY) aims to empower farmers through development in farm practice management, quality assurance and value addition. Aditi Organics as one of the projects under PKVY is planning to convert the farmer groups into organic producers over the next 3 years in the state of Jharkhand. To achieve sustainable agricultural practices and compliance to organic production practices, Aditi Organics has tied up with TraceX technologies to leverage the power of their blockchain traceability solutions. Transparency in the process will provide integrity of the certification process.

Case Study

INTRODUCTION

ADITI provides Organic certification services guaranteeing rigorous standards for products, systems and services. Aditi is leveraging FOODSIGN™ for one of their Projects under Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana (PKVY) for converting the farmer groups into Organic Producers over the next 3 years in the state of Jharkhand

SOLUTION BENEFITS

  • Realtime information on the projects and the progress on the field. Digitized farm diaries
  • Preserving integrity of the certification processes and creating transparency across the entire certification process
  • Sustainable agriculture practices and compliance to organic production practices
  • Increased efficiency and reduction in repeated data captures
  • Granular information at the field level including geo-mapping of the fields resulting in better accountability and traceability

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