The Chief Secretary, B V R Subrahmanyam today led a gathering of the Apex Level Approval Committee (ALAC) to survey the rollout of the ‘One District-One Product’ segment of the ‘Formalization of Micro Food Processing Enterprises’ (FME) conspire in Jammu and Kashmir.
Managerial Secretaries of branches of Agriculture Production and Farmers Welfare, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries, Cooperatives, Forest, Ecology and Environment, other than HoDs of National Cooperative Development Corporation, National Skill Development Corporation, SRLM, SKUAST, Jammu/Kashmir partook in the gathering.
The gathering was educated that under the umbrella regarding Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan, the FME conspire through its focused on approach of ‘One District-One Product’, will give a structure to esteem chain improvement and arrangement of help foundation by recognizing a remarkable food item for each area, with an exceptional spotlight on transient things including agri-produce, grain based item, and a food item broadly created in a locale.
The plan is pointed toward reinforcing the retrogressive and forward linkages to the miniature food preparing endeavors by giving normal offices of hatching focuses, preparing, R&D, and advertising and marking.
The Chief Secretary put forth for the worried to build up a system by which the arrangements of the plan are used to supplement the current limited time endeavors of the Government through Agriculture Crop Clusters, Agriculture Export Policy, and National Rurban Mission.
The branch of Agriculture Production and Farmers Welfare was approached to distinguish the region savvy need horticulture produce for advancement under the Micro Food Processing Enterprise Scheme with a unique spotlight on area explicit Basmati Rice, Saffron, Apple, Walnut, Maize, Organic Vegetables, Mushroom, Lavender, Trout, Rajmash among others.