State Agriculture Minister sends off 7.5 tons of bird’s eye chili bound for US

Mizoram State Agriculture Minister Pu C. Lalrinsanga flagged off 7.5 tons of bird’s eye chili harvested by farmers from Lunglei, Siaha, and Lawngtlai Districts in southern Mizoram. The shipment will be transported to Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, from where it will be sent to Nevada, USA. This is part of an initiative under the Mission Organic Value Chain Development for North Eastern Region (MOVCD-NER) implemented by the International Competence Centre for Organic Agriculture (ICCOA) and Mission Organic Mizoram (MOM), Department of Agriculture.

Speaking at the inaugural function, the Agriculture Minister congratulated the Farmer Producer Companies (FPCs) for the successful completion of the project and thanked ICCOA and MOM for spearheading the project with great commitment. He commented that the success of the project highlights the potential of cooperative farming in Mizoram. He encouraged Department officials and farmers alike to continue to focus on organic agriculture so that more and more products in Mizoram can be exported abroad at higher rates.


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