AgriBazaar, the digital market for farm merchandise, is growing its on ground presence in about seventy five villages of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan this year. The enterprise will be placing up fulfilment centres in 25 villages in just about every of these 3 States to get the agri-sector to the farmer’s doorstep.

“We will be investing around ₹9 crore in growing village degree fulfilment centres and strategy to employ one hundred more workforce this year,” stated Amith Agarwal, CEO and Co-Founder, AgriBazaar.

The enterprise previously has established up some 25 village fulfilment centres (VFCs) on a pilot basis throughout MP and Maharashtra, which are designed to make sure a speedy turnaround for the farmers in advertising their create, Agarwal stated.

The VFCs are geared up with high-quality lab, electronic weighing place, world-wide-web connectivity and operated by AgriBazaar personnel. At these VFCs, farmers can immediately add their create particulars on the buying and selling app or portal and obtain buyers immediately. Dependent on the finest selling price, they make the trade right, he stated.

Further, the enterprise gives back again-conclude logistics guidance to supply the marketed create to buyers and make sure timely payment to the farmers via the AgriBazaar app, Agarwal stated when stating that the pilot VFCs have received superior original response from the farmer community. The enterprise is also wanting at opening VFCs in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Bihar, generally for maize.


For the money year-finished March 2021, AgriBazaar witnessed a two hundred for each cent year-on-year expansion on its buying and selling system. The Gross Merchandise Price (GMV) of the agri-commodities these as pulses, fruits and vegetables traded on its system stood at ₹20,000 crore, Agarwal stated. Nonetheless, the revenues acquired by the enterprise via transaction price had been not disclosed.

For the present money year, AgriBazaar is focusing on an maximize of fifty-sixty for each cent in the GMV at above ₹30,000 crore, Agarwal stated. “We are a credit card debt-free of charge enterprise and the investments will be funded via internal accruals,” he stated.

Because its inception, the AgriBazaar app/system has connected around 10,000 traders and processors and above one hundred Farmer Producer Organisations (FPO) with its community of above 3 lakh farmers throughout 16 States and union territories.