West Bengal, comprising of six agro climatic zones offer
extensive and diversified variety of environs for the
development of temperate, sub tropical and tropical horticulture
produce. In agriculture, the state has attained self sufficiency
in various key crops. The state is the largest producer of fresh
vegetables in the country. Along with this the state is a
significant producer of freshwater fish, shrimp, egg and meat.
Natural resources and bold government initiatives have created
conducive environment for industrial investment both in
horticulture and food processing sector.