GROWiT launches India’s first protective farming eCommerce portal
08 December 2022, New Delhi: GROWiT, India’s leading Direct-to-Farmer (D2F) protective farming products manufacturing brand has announced the launch of India’s first protective farming eCommerce portal. The launch of the eCommerce portal is a milestone in the nation’s agriculture ecosystem. The portal is aimed at spreading awareness amongst the farmer fraternity in India. GROWiT’ s eCommerce portal will significantly assist the farmers in the adoption of protective farming and its utilisation to increase the crop yield which subsequently will increase their income.
The agricultural eCommerce portal will be launched in 3 phases. Each phase will be launched in a gap of 3 to 6 months to ensure premium quality to the end users. One of the eminent highlights of the eCommerce portal is its launch quote that says, ″We want to Empower the farmers for Food Security.″, which portrays the brand’s contribution towards the development of the agriculture industry in the country.
The portal will enable the farmers and franchise owners to make a quick decision while buying protective farming products featured online. The protective farming brand looks forward to transforming the commercial landscape of protective farming by launching the nation’s first eCommerce portal for protective farming. GROWiT has plans to add new features to the portal soon, thereby, converting it into a one-stop solution for the protective farming needs of farmers across the nation.
″We are pleased to launch the first protective farming eCommerce portal of India. In the technology-driven contemporary times, it is important to upgrade the commercial practices in the agricultural ecosystem of the country. GROWiT’s eCommerce portal will be useful to farmers who want convenient access to the finest protective farming products available online. Through our portal, we look forward to helping farmers across India by making agricultural products of the best quality available at affordable prices.,″ said Saurabh Agarwal, Director and CEO of GROWiT.
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