Horticultural Crops Value Addition for Food Security

17 - 21 May 2021Add To Calendar
Fahari Palace Serviced Apartments, Nairobi, Kenya
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Although agriculture is the main source of livelihood to the majority of smallholder farmers, post- harvest losses has been among the major contributor to food scarcity due to low value addition and inadequate cold chain facilities particularly for horticultural produce such as fruits and vegetable. The different fruits and vegetables like carrots, tomatoes, potatoes, ginger, green leafy vegetables among others are important protective foods because of their nutritional value. Value addition of such fruits and vegetables can not only reduce wastage but also increase the quality of products and their shelf life and consequently guarantee nutritional security among the people. This five (5) day course will equip participants with hands own knowledge on different methods of value addition of different horticultural crops.


09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected)
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100 - 500
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Agriculture & Forestry
Food & Beverages


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