Trade is a subset of business that involves buying and selling and in which one purchases goods or services from another person and pays for them. Trade plays a crucial role in delivering food and agriculture to consumers worldwide. It helps to provide greater choice in consumer goods, and has played a role in reducing food and agriculture insecurity across the globe.
During the last decades, agricultural production and yields have been increasing along with global fertiliser and pesticide consumption. Over the past decade, international food and agricultural markets have witnessed a number of changes, which have brought domestic and international markets closer together.
Food & agriculture department of Tava trading isn’t just increasing, it’s becoming ‘global’. The food and agriculture that consumers find in their local stores are increasingly made from a wider range of products, produced in a wider range of locations across the globe. Increasing trade has also been accompanied by deeper integration of the world’s food and agriculture system. A growing share of food & agriculture department of Tava trading is taking place in global value chains (GVCs) – agricultural and food processing value chains that are spread over several countries.