“India Horticulture Future Forum 2023” to unlock the potential of the horticulture segment

Bayer organized a National seminar “India Horticulture Future Forum 2023” on Wednesday, to deliberate upon the future of Indian Horticulture and nutrition security concerns that can be alleviated through the Fruits and Vegetables segment. In this one of its kind event, the spotlight was on the challenges, opportunities, and advancements of the segment from the lens of empowering the smallholders for better economic prospects.

The event involved presentations as well as panel discussions on effective policies, schemes, implementation models, and programs aimed at boosting the sector’s competitiveness and growth. The event was attended by senior policymakers, regulators, researchers, academics, subject matter experts, corporates from across the value chain, and representatives of financial institutions and importing countries.

The global horticulture market size was valued at USD 20.4 billion in 2021 and is expected to surpass USD 56.5 billion by 2030. The growth of the market is attributed to the rising acceptance of sustainable horticulture practices and increasing demand for agricultural products to meet the growing needs of the global population. The India Horticulture Future Forum 2023 held insightful sessions with an India-centric perspective, discussing development opportunities in the sector. The event featured several engaging sessions, including “AgTech Revolution focusing on Horticulture,” “Fruits and Vegetables for Better Health and Nutrition,” “Export Opportunity for India in Horticulture,” and “Insights into Policy Developments and Key Regulations.”

All these key pillars were deliberated upon by the experts to create diverse workstreams to address the key concerns and opportunities for the sustainable growth of the segment. Grant Thornton Bharat LLP served as the Knowledge Partner for this event and will be facilitating these task forces along with Bayer.

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