Agrifood - A Grocery Application Connecting Farmers and Customers Directly

Pallavi Latiya*, Namrata Lilaria**, Sakshi Shrivastava***, Aditi Mishra****
*-**** Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Shri Shankaracharya Group of Institution, Junwani, Chhattisgarh, India.
Periodicity:September - November'2021


Agriculture in India is a global powerhouse. It is the largest producer of pulses, spices, milk and many other products. Agriculture contributes to 16.5% of India's gross domestic product (GDP), however with constant development of industries and technology, there has been a sharp increase in demand for many grocery products which in turn has led to an increase of price. The problem with India's Agriculture Business is that customers want to buy groceries at a less price and farmers want better price for their products. The main obstacle in this business is the middlemen who buy products from farmers at a lesser price and sell to customers at a higher price. This paper aims to get rid of the middleman and connect the customers directly to the farmers which will benefit both consumers and producers.


Farmers, Agriculture, Customer, Crops, Product.

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Latiya, P., Lilaria, N., Shrivastava, S., and Mishra, A. (2021). Agrifood - A Grocery Application Connecting Farmers and Customers Directly. i-manager's Journal on Computer Science, 9(3), 16-22.


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