The demand for Grading and Sorting practices has risen significantly owing to the greater emphasis on quality assessment and the need for higher responsiveness to the market ‘mood’. Size variations in fruits and vegetables provide the base for grading sorting into various categories. Any country with such produce would have specific standards of grading sorting, in line with the requirements of customers/markets, and India is no different in this context. This is important too – not just for customer satisfaction, but also for the ‘producers’ to sell their produce at a beneficial price. Delivering substandard produce does result in loss of customer trust and subpar prices, and hence ensuring that produce that is damaged, rotten, shriveled, or containing any other anomaly is removed before going to market. Systematic grading sorting is therefore quintessential especially given the highly varied climate of India.