Mango, banana, potato, soybean and poultry are the five main farm products which could form the bedrock of rejuvenation in India’s agriculture and allied activities landscape in the next two decades.

This can be created by building a strong brand for these products in the international markets, reducing wastage by almost half and doubling the per hectare yields, according to the third Food and Agriculture Integrated Development Action Report titled: ‘India as an agriculture and high value food powerhouse: A new vision for 2030, prepared jointly by CII and McKinsey and Company.
The five products have been selected based on their crop size and relevance for consumers, growers and crop diversity.