Pollution, food security, social welfare all are at risk at the global level. With an ever-increasing population so does the demand for food and job increases. With the increase of requirement for food, poverty on one hand the food wastages continue to increase over the years. The main reason can be tracked back to the major stake holders in the supply chain, the traders. The traders form the link between farmers and the end consumer therefore any poor operation or wrong doings directs the produce straight into the bins. When looked further it was found that out of these traders the SMEs hold the biggest share in any industry. These small and medium scales are tiny for an impact at singular level but the most impactful when assessed collectively. The organizations often tend to neglect this society due to lower buying power and lack of knowledge. The thesis to the contrary is focused towards the small and medium scale economies and hopes to bring sustainable practices in the wider section of society.