PROBLEM SOLUTION :
Rice is the world's most important staple food and will continue to be so in the coming decades, be it in terms of food security, poverty alleviation, youth unemployment, use of scarce resources, or impact on climate change.
Rice is a staple food for some 4 billion people worldwide, and it provides 27% of the calories in low-income and -midle-income countries. Based on expected population growth, income growth, and rice acreage decline, global demand for rice will continue to increase from 497 million tons milled in 2014 to 536-551 million tons in 2030. With little scope for easy expansion of agricultural land or irrigation -except for some areas in Africa and South America.
In the future, given declining environmental quality worldwide, rice will have to be produced, processed, and marketed in more sustainable and environmental-friendly ways.
My solution is to secure the production,processing,distribution and supplies services which cover both local and international processed and unprocessed rice farming and milling and supplies business activities. This project is to enable us build a state-of-the-art technologies to yield excellent quality of rice-efficiently and with rich returns. A high degree of automation, as well as a smooth and simple process flow, ensuring minimum wastage and maximum output, multiply processing like paddy Cleaning, Hulling, Whitening, Polishing and packaging are needed to be designed perfectly to give high returns on investment as well as tasty and flavorful rice for the consumers.
The model is market-lead, technology-driven and is greatly de-risked through an unbroken chain of efficiency from farm to table with full insurance coverage at every step of the value chain.
The project is aimed at reducing poverty and hunger, improve human health and nutrition, adapt rice -based farming systems to climate change promote women's empowerment and youth mobilization, reduce rice's environmental footprint. While, promoting urban access to healthy and sustainable food for all and also providing equitable and affordable access to healthier food in the cities; create more efficient supply chains and reduce food loss and waste.