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in the production of tomato compared to Mozambique. Malawi's relative competitiveness in tomato is mainly due to slightly …This paper discusses tomato value chain performance in Malawi and Mozambique using data collected from a market study … aimed at raising the productivity and trade competitiveness of tomato, as this will ensure the overall productivity of the …
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Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia. Findings – In the cassava production zones, cassava's high productivity translates into per …
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the structure of markets, competition, and prices and costs of road transportation between urban hubs in Malawi …
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In Ghana, the agricultural sector in general and the tomato sector in particular have not met their potential. In the … tomato sector, production seasonality, the dominance of rainfed agriculture, high perishability of the fruits combined with … unable to sell their tomatoes which are consequently left to rot in their fields. The tomato value chain in Ghana is …
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Processing of highly perishable non-storable crops, such as tomato, is typically promoted for two reasons: as a way of … chain through a value-added process. For Ghana, improving domestic tomato processing would also reduce the country …'s dependence on imported tomato paste and so improve foreign exchange reserves, as well as provide employment opportunities and …
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