Shaking up markets and narratives for increased consumption of nutritious fonio and Bambara groundnut
Effective value chains can increase the presence of a crop in markets and enable farmers to earn reliable incomes, which encourages continued production and supply. Gaia Lochetti, Research Fellow, ‘Healthy diets from Sustainable Food Systems’ research initiative, reports from Mali where she took part in stakeholder meetings about increasing the supply and demand for fonio and Bambara groundnut.
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