India is the world’s largest producer and consumer of pulses

India, the world’s largest producer and consumer of pulses, will host the Global Pulse Confederation’s (GPC) three-day convention, Pulses 24, in Delhi starting on February 15. The event will bring together dignitaries, ministers, officials, and industry leaders from India and 40 other countries to discuss strategies for achieving self-sufficiency in pulse production. Organized by GPC in collaboration with cooperative major Nafed, the convention aims to promote pulses as smart crops for a sustainable future and foster collaboration and innovation. GPC President Vijay Iyengar emphasized the importance of pulses in sustainable food systems and food security in Innike air max 90 futura custom soccer jerseys custom nfl jersey custom youth basketball uniforms aguilas cibaeñas jersey custom sublimated hockey jerseys jordan 4 cheap college football jerseys durex intense vibrations ring cheap jordan 1 iwona wig personalized celtics jersey nike air max sale durex intense vibrations ring yeezy 350dia. Despite India’s significant role in the pulses industry, previous GPC conferences have been held in various locations worldwide. The convention in Delhi reflects the government’s active ilys til google home varusteleka sarkahousut Finland nike sb janoski hazelnut vegyestüzelésű kazán 20kw náhradní díly na bicí tasse latte Switzerland pralka wf1802xec kjølner smykker randers orecchini farmabijoux magnetic fields how to play synthesizer aladdin cap الكويت custom made basketball jerseys clarks pumps 39 brandon aiyuk youth jersey puma x o moscownvolvement in promoting pulses and addressing the challenges faced by the industry. GPC is dedicated to increasing pulse consumption and production globally to combat climate change, malnutrition, and food insecurity