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Agri startups are increasingly leveraging e-commerce platforms to expand their reach and connect directly with buyers. The Uttar Pradesh government, for instance, is planning to link the state’s agriculture commodity startups with central government-promoted platforms like ONDC (Open Network for Digital Commerce) and e-NAM (National Agriculture Market)[2]. This move aims to streamline licensing procedures, enhance market access, and support the state’s network of over 3,240 active Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs)[2].

Beyond Uttar Pradesh, a growing number of agri-tech startups across India are embracing e-commerce to transform agricultural value chains[3][4]. Platforms like Farmcrowdy in Nigeria have launched online marketplaces to connect farmers directly with buyers, reducing intermediaries and ensuring fair prices[4]. Globally, startups like Agroy in the US, Agriconomie in France, and Yagro in the UK have also developed e-commerce solutions tailored for the agricultural sector[3].

 

The integration of agri startups with e-commerce platforms holds immense potential to boost farmers’ incomes, reduce post-harvest waste, and improve transparency in agricultural trade[5]. By leveraging digital technologies, these startups are empowering smallholder farmers and modernizing age-old supply chains[2][4]. As the agri-tech ecosystem continues to evolve, e-commerce is poised to play a pivotal role in driving the transformation of the agricultural sector.

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