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Food Corporation of India (FCI)

Food Corporation of India (FCI) is a state-owned statutory body created to implement price support and distribution of various grains for consumers in India. FCI's objectives include providing farmers remunerative prices, fair pricing of food grains, maintaining buffer stocks for food security and intervening in the market for price stabilisation. The group was founded in Chennai in 1965, before later moving its organisational headquarters to New Delhi.

Ranking position
#302/350
Total score
2.0/100
Measurement area Score Rank (0-350)

Governance and strategy

#1 0.0 / 10 #267

Environment

#1 0.0 / 30 #293

Nutrition

#1 0.0 / 30 #278

Social inclusion

#1 2.0 / 30 #244
Segment Rank
Agricultural products and commodities #126

Segment ranking summary

The company ranks 126th in the agricultural products and commodities segment. While some evidence was found regarding the core social indicators, no relevant disclosure was found for the company for any of the measurement areas, including governance and strategy, environment, nutrition and social inclusion.

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Risks and opportunities

Core social indicators

The core social indicators are part of the social inclusion measurement area. These indicators assess societal expectations of business conduct that companies should meet if they aspire to be part of a system transformation that leaves no one behind.

More about the company

Headquarters
New Delhi, India
Food and agriculture revenue USD
9,971,444,100
Group revenue USD
9,971,444,100
Onwnership structure
State-owned
Number of employees
Not available
Website
http://fci.gov.in

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