The minister, in an announcement issued by IACC-NIC, asked India Inc to approach and take advantage of the policies of the legislature to set up food processing units in the nation…
Funds of Rs 3,000 crore will be provided by the World Bank to finance mini and mega food parks across the country, particularly in Northeast, and help grow farmers’ income, Union Minister Rameswar Teli stated on Friday. Minor conventions stay to be finished on this front before the primary payment of the authorized sum is discharged, the Minister of State for Food Processing Industries said.
He made the comments while tending to fifteenth Indo-US Economic Summit composed by the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce-North India Council (IACC-NIC) here. He said, “The World Bank has agreed to sanction Rs 3,000 crore for the Ministry of Food Processing to enable it finance mini and mega food parks across the country.”
The minister, in an announcement issued by IACC-NIC, asked India Inc to approach and take advantage of the policies of the legislature to set up food processing units in the nation in which the component of appropriations go to a degree of 75 percent. The legislature is attempting its best to twofold the salary of ranchers and is laying part of spotlight on mega and small scale sustenance stops so handling of grains created by ranchers is done ideally and at last ranchers gain with such policy decisions, he said.
Teli concluded by saying, “In fact, efforts are being put in to sanction food parks and mini food parks within 10 acres of land ceiling since huge landscapes are not available in every state.” The minister additionally said the spending assignment for sustenance handling service ought to be raised to Rs 3,000 crore a year from the present degree of Rs 1,400 crore so as to develop the sector.