Agriculture & Food Quality Platform
Using our unique Scan-it/Snap-it/Map-it Technology, on a SAAS platform, analyse your procurement quality using advanced technologies
Integrate your farmers, FPOs or simply your vendors. Audit Proof Transparent data and insights for better governance, traceability and quality management systemsRead More
Our system ensures data across the platform, helping companies in various insights, including price-quality discovery mechanism, commodity trends etc
Awards & Achievements
Confederation of Indian Industry 2016
ESRI India Summit 2018
Grand Challenge Winner
Karnataka State 2018
India's 1st Agribusiness accelerator Program
Upcoming Startup Award
Assocham India 2016
Finalists & Invite
Silicon Valley Challenge
Intl. Precision Agri Conference
What Industry is Saying?
The success of the TRAgnext QTP will be a game changer for the Indian tea industry as it will further enhance the quality of the Indian tea and bring the big and small estates at par in terms of quality.
Food companies can improve the quality in value chain by bringing data sciences in procurement and technology like IoT in processing lines.
Quick, low cost and chemical free analysis has long been desired for sampling based food analysis.
Vani KolaManaging Director, Kalaari Capital
"Kalaari believes that AgNext’s cost-effective and unique technology can offer tremendous savings to agribusinesses and affiliated growers both at pre- and post-harvest stages by improving quality and traceability across the agri-value chain," she said.
Jinesh ShahManaging Partner, Omnivore
“AgNext’s comprehensive technology solutions will help multiple stakeholders in the AgriFood domain - including growers, supply chain participants, and food processing companies - to improve the transparency, quality, and overall profitability of their operations.”
Dr. K SrinivasGeneral Secretary, a-IDEA, NAARM
"AgNext provides next generation technology enabled solutions in the most efficient manner across the agri-value chain."
Turmeric — The Golden Spice of India
India — the home of spices — has the largest market for spices globally. It produces ~75 out of the 109 varieties listed by the International Organization.Read More
Tea and AgNext : Turning a new leaf
The tea industry in India is nearly 180 years old now. It was in 1840 when the Assam Tea Company began the commercial production of tea in the region.Read More
Determining the Quality of Wheat
Wheat is one of the most important staple food that is consumed globally. It is widely cultivated in more than 30,000 varieties worldwide. Just like for every other food crop, quality plays a major role in wheat.Read More