Indian Chamber of Food and Agriculture is the apex body in India, working on business, policy and development agenda and serving as global platform for trade facilitation, partnerships, technology and agribusiness services. A proactive approach helps ICFA in discerning critical challenges emerging in Indian agriculture along with creating opportunities for development, value addition and international trade to accelerate growth in food and agriculture sector globally. With its 27 industry Working Groups and sector specific Business Councils, ICFA represents the interests of key stakeholders at the national level and through its international platforms and partnerships, ICFA facilitates India's global engagement in food and agriculture sector.
Indian Chamber of Food and Agriculture is working as the apex policy think tank, trade facilitation body and development enterprise for food and agriculture sector in India and serving as global platform for partnerships. With the increasing globalization, there are newer challenges emerging, which need to be proactively addressed for India's Food and Agriculture sector to grow, engage and compete globally and contribute towards food and nutritional security. ICFA through its outreach policy and business agenda and global partnerships is creating opportunities for growth, value addition and trade to help improve the income of farmers....
The success of agriculture and the allied sectors depends on the policies formulated by the Governments, which regulate markets, pricing of inputs and outputs. ICFA focuses on research based policy advocacy and development agenda.
With the globalization of trade and economies and the emerging challenges concerning trade and climate change, there is a need for collective efforts and cooperation towards addressing these issues. ICFA aims to bring all the key stakeholders on one platform to deliberate on potential solutions.
India has a very vast and diverse food production system, with numerous varieties of animals and crops that are available in any other part of the world. However, India's contribution in the global food and agriculture trade is minimal. ICFA aims to boost this contribution through trade and agribusiness promotion.
The agriculture and food sector is vastly diverse and is now globally integrating. Policies, trade, technologies, and markets around the world are advancing at a fast pace. These advancements need to be studied and monitored, and their implications need to be analysed and shared with the farmers, governments, and other key stakeholders.
The increasingly globalized world has given rise to the need for continuous dialogues and discussions on trade and policies, technologies and knowledge sharing for farmers, industry, entrepreneurs and policy makers to get updated knowledge and global perspective. ICFA aims to organize regular dialogues and conventions for all stakeholders to get together on one platform and deliberate on these topics.
Indian agriculture lacks professional services right from GAP certification to farm management and agribusinesses to delivery of programs and schemes. ICFA dedicatedly works to address this issue by providing a platform for the farmers to connect them with services, technologies, and national and global markets.