Why Choose Himikara?

Our managed farm network grows high quality and traceable fresh produce for specific & predictable
demands. The managed farm network of greenhouses are based in peri-urban and rural areas surrounding
urban consumption zones, thereby ensuring freshness and reducing spoilage.

Did you know that there would be 3Bn more people on earth by 2050? This means that if quality produce is
not grown according to the predictable demands and spoilage is not reduced, there would be a 56% food gap! Quite a number.

Hence Himikara!

3Bn more people by 2050

The world population is projected to be 9.9 billion in 2050, increasing by 33 per cent from an estimated 7.4 billion now.

  • 56% Food Gap between crop calories produced in 2010 and those needed in 2050 under “business as usual” growth.
  • 593 Million-hectare Land Gap between global agricultural land area in 2010 and expected agricultural expansion by 2050
  • 11-gigaton Ghg Mitigation Gap between expected agricultural emissions in 2050 and the target level needed to hold global warming below 2°C (3.6°F), the level necessary for preventing the worst climate impacts.

Sustainable food future by 2050

As the global population grows from 7 billion in 2010 to a projected 9.8 billion in 2050, and incomes grow across the developing world, overall food demand is on course to increase by more than 50 percent. Yet today, hundreds of millions of people remain hungry, agriculture already uses almost half of the world’s vegetated land, and agriculture and related land-use change generate onequarter of annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

  • More Food We need grow more food at the same time lower the food spoilage due to various reasons in the supply chain presently.
  • Less Resources We need to prevent agriculture from expanding. We need to use less resources - land & water while growing more food at the same time.
  • Low Emissions Utilizing innovative technologies we need to lower the emissions to ensure that growing more food doesn't lead to global warming.

Indian Ecosystem

The fragmented and unsophisticated nature of the market provides significant opportunity for improvement that can be maximised with technology and capital investment. Small Farmer lack access to finance as there is no credit profiling of the farmers

  • Marginal Farmers & Various middlemen 80% of Indian farmers own less than 1hectare of farmland, don't have visibility into demand, are underproductive and unorganized. Supply chain is inefficient with ~5 middlemen from farmers to customers.
  • Traditional Supply Chain Lack of cold supply chain leads to high spoilage due to low shelf life and multiple handlings. Supply chain lacks cold storage as well as cold logistics.
  • Fragmented Market Customers lack consistent supply and have no traceability of the produce. Customers currently rely on fresh farmer markets

Agriculture 2.0

The new way of farming. The Himikara way of Agriculture.

  • Less Resources & Full Automation Himikara Farms utilize only 5% water and yields 10x to 100x more produce from the same farmland. Himikara Farms aim at automating the farming processes resulting in produce with minimum contact
  • 365 Days, 24 Hours a Day Himikara Farms operate round the clock and produce crops independent of seasons, temperature.
  • Fully Fresh Himikara Farms are in close proximity to your city and operates with cold infrastructure so ensure quality and freshness of the produce

Less Resources, More Yield
& Any Season

Our managed farm network grows high quality and traceable fresh

95% Less Water

10X more yield

365 days a year