ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN OF FRUITS & VEGETABLES SECTOR IN INDIA: A REVIEW

@inproceedings{Negi2015ISSUESAC,
  title={ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN OF FRUITS \& VEGETABLES SECTOR IN INDIA: A REVIEW},
  author={Saurav Negi and Neeraj Anand},
  year={2015}
}
Purpose- The entire supply chain of Fruits and Vegetables in India is laden with various issues and challenges. To list the possible challenges and suggest a way forward, there is a need to study the supply chain of Fruits and Vegetables sector in India. So the purpose of this paper is to discuss the supply chain of fruits and vegetables sector in India and explain the issues which are affecting it. Authors also suggested the corresponding mitigation strategies to overcome the identified issues… Expand
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