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Backward Linkage
Backward linkage – Collection Centres, Raw Material Standardisation
The Chittoor Fruit Processing cluster is the largest of its kind in India and has been developed over the last 35 years. Chittoor is declared as a AEZ under the Government of India’s Agri Export Zone scheme. To supplement the processing activity at the CPC, the Mega Food Park has envisaged a comprehensive backward linkage by tying up with farmers and traders to procure quality raw material from the farms.
MoUs entered with Federation of Farmers Association (FFA), Sowbhagya Krishi Vikas Pvt Ltd (a contract producer) and Farmers Mutually Aided Co-operative Societies bringing into ambit 10000 farmers.
14 collection centres at gram panchayat level equipped with sheds and weighing scales which would be managed by self-help groups. Farmers can sell their produce here at competitive prices.
Inputs to farmers on seed quality and other best practices to ensure standardized raw material quality.
Fresh farm produce is collected at collection centres and transported to Primary Processing Centres where they are sorted, graded, washed and packed. Then the produce is transported to the Fresh Market or processing grade produce to CPC through a fleet of reefer trucks and vans with variable temperature control features.
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