535 Railway stations are covered with 572 One Station, One Product outlets

New Delhi : Ministry of Railways has launched ‘One Station One Product’ (OSOP) scheme over Indian Railways with objectives to promote ‘Vocal for Local’ vision of the Government of India, provide a market for local/indigenous products and create additional income opportunities for the marginalised sections of society. Under the scheme, OSOP outlets at railway stations are allotted for showcasing, selling and giving high visibility to indigenous /local products. Allotment is done to all applicants on a rotation basis who meet objectives of the scheme. The pilot of the scheme was started on 25.03.2022 and presently 535 stations are covered with 572 OSOP outlets. Product  categories, under this scheme, include the following:

    1. Handicrafts/ Artefacts
    2. Textiles and Handlooms
    3. Traditional Garments
    4. Local agricultural produce/ Processed/semi processed foods.

This information was given by the Minister of Railways, Communications and Electronic & Information Technology, Shri Ashwini Vaishnaw in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha today.

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