Pawan Chamling, Chief Minister of Sikkim, said the State Government would provide a vehicle in each assembly constituency to bring fresh organic produce to the market.
From April 1 this year, supply of non-organic produces from outside Sikkim will be banned. The decision was taken to reduce shortage of vegetables and fruits in the market in future, due to the ban.
Earlier the opposition parties have raised concerns over the likely shortage and its effect on the prices of agricultural products.
Government vehicles bringing organic produce to markets would help Sikkim become a self-sufficient and self reliant state in agriculture and horticulture sectors, Chamling said at a programme in Yangang in South Sikkim on Wednesday.
The Chief Minister also called upon the farmers to diligently practise mixed farming.