C hria ltpretand   er   ood     ana ement
                                                                                   And Food
                         Between 2000 and 2010, the contribution of cereals and pulses in the overall
                      per capita food expenditure reduced from 40 per cent to 28 per cent, while that
                      of animal-based products and fruits and vegetables rose from 36 per cent to
                      42 per cent—this change in consumption pattern has improved productivity of
                      Indian farmers as well and studies show agricultural output per worker increased
                      two times between 2000 and 2010. Barring this small tract, however, India’s
                      agriculture presents a dismal scenario with stagnating yield and low farmers
     In This Chapter...
     ‰ Introduction                                                ‰ Buffer Stock
     ‰ Kharif & Rabi                                               ‰ Storage
     ‰ Food Philosophy of India                                    ‰ Farm Subsidies
     ‰ Land Reforms                                                ‰ Food Security
     ‰ Green Revolution                                            ‰ PDS & Food Subsidy
     ‰ Cropping Patterns                                           ‰ Agriculture Marketing
     ‰ Animal Rearing                                              ‰ Safeguarding Agritrade
     ‰ Food Management                                             ‰ Commodity Futures Market
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