1. World Food Programmeis scaling up aPost-Harvest Loss Reduction programme that sells low-cost, locally-produced silos and provides training to smallholder farmers in developing countries. Global food production has reached a record high in recent years; however, one third of all food produced for...
  2. Abstract, Sustainability, 2019 Reasons behind food loss can be very specific for each product and supply chain stage but it is also affected by factors independent of the product and stage. This work focuses on such generic factors and develops a framework to analyze food loss as a systemic...
  3. Abstract,Trends & Prospects in Post Harvest Management of Horticultural Crops, 2018 The field of agriculture in Ghana struggles to provide the required ratios of food supply to the Ghanaian citizens due to the high rise in post-harvest losses at the farm, wholesale and retail levels. Despite...
  4. 17/11/2015 Peanut Butter! Hot sauce! Dried fruit! Goat jerky!? Adding value to agricultural products by preserving, processing, and/or packaging them can be very tempting when one considers only the selling price. This workshop will engage participants to consider how adding value can also add risk. Sharpen...
  5. 20/7/2011 We share many ideas in EDN for agricultural techniques that can increase crop production. Higher production translates into more food and potentially more income; this is very important, especially for farmers whose livelihood comes from a small piece of land.Another way to increase food supply...
  6. 19/6/1992 Solar heating of cowpeas for at least 45 minutes will kill weevils without affecting cooking or germination percentages.
  7. 19/6/1992 Recipe for making catsup (ketchup) from squash.
  8. 19/6/1992 A method for using the fruit ("apple") to which the cashew nut is attached.
  9. 19/2/1998 Successful onion storage is the outcome of a process which begins at the crop planning stage and which continues through cultivation, harvesting and post-harvest handling right through to sale of onions to the consumer.
  10. 19/3/1999 En la última edición Brian Hiltoncompartió su experiencia conárboles de marañón (Anacardiumoccidentale) en Mozambique. Paraesta publicación le pedimos a Brian que ampliará sobrealgunos de las problemáticas allí planteadas. Posteriormenteseguimos con una carta que nos escribió Ian Wallace en...