Edible Oil Sustainability under Make in India Program
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by Bhavna Shah
Indian edible oil sector in particular is ideally placed to pursue the development goals or SDG as listed in the article. The sector can contribute to advancing as many 12-13 out of the 17 goals. Unfortunately, industry leaders in our country have neither any knowledge about SDG nor any clue how to advance SDGs through their businesses.
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