Global trade in agricultural products is expected to continue to increase significantly over the coming decades. As a consequence, trade will play an increasingly important role in influencing the extent and nature of food security across all regions of the globe. The challenge has therefore become one of ensuring that the expansion of agricultural trade works for, and not against, the elimination of hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition. The objectives of the FAO for The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets are to reduce the current polarization of views on the impacts of agricultural trade on food security and on the manner in which agricultural trade should be governed to ensure that increased trade openness is beneficial to all countries.
Even though the Trade of Agricultural Products has grown many folds, the methods adopted for trade have remained the same for the past 50 years due to the lack of reach of technology to the stakeholders of the trade. Tradologie.com endeavors to become a Technological tool for the industry to provide a Digital Structure to the Current trade practices to make it more Cost Efficient and Less Time Consuming by eliminating redundancies present in the age old procurement systems.
- PALM OIL
- COTTON YARN
- WHEAT FLOUR
- EDIBLE OIL
Tradologie.com shall be looking to provide the Technological support in the following Agri Commodities in the near Future