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Maize supply chain in Malawi

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    In order to improve global, regional and local knowledge about the underlying reasons for food loss, as well as to assess where critical loss points occur, FAO undertook a series of case studies involving numerous food supply chains in developing countries. Utilizing a defined food loss and waste analysis framework, the Organization and its partners identified nationally-important food products, and commissioned local-level studies of the losses in these chains. This brochure aims at disseminating the findings of the study to be used to develop technically, economically, environmentally and socially feasible solutions to reduce food losses along the groundnut value chain in Malawi.
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    Maize supply chain in Ethiopia
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    In order to improve global, regional and local knowledge about the underlying reasons for food loss, as well as to assess where critical loss points occur, FAO undertook a series of case studies involving numerous food supply chains in developing countries. Utilizing a defined food loss and waste analysis framework, the Organization and its partners identified nationally-important food products, and commissioned local-level studies of the losses in these chains. This brochure aims at disseminating the findings of the study to be used to develop technically, economically, environmentally and socially feasible solutions to reduce food losses along the maize value chain in Ethiopia.
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    Case study on the maize value chain in the Republic of Malawi
    Food loss analysis: causes and solutions
    2018
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    In order to improve global, regional and local knowledge about the underlying reasons for food loss, as well as to assess where critical loss points occur, FAO undertook a series of case studies involving numerous food supply chains in developing countries. Utilizing a defined food loss and waste analysis framework, the Organization and its partners identified nationally-important food products, and commissioned local-level studies of the losses in these chains. The findings of the study will be used to develop technically, economically, environmentally and socially feasible solutions to reduce food losses and are published in this report on the maize value chain in Malawi.

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