Research Area: Markets & Value Chains
Promoting Millets in the Public Distribution System
This special policy brief provides cost-saving estimates associated with the potential introduction of millets into India’s Public Distribution System (PDS), which provides subsidized food to more than 800 million people. This analysis provides policymakers and other stakeholders with valuable information that can be used to...
Can We Agree on a Food Loss and Waste Definition? An Assessment of Definitional Elements for a Globally Applicable Framework
Global Food Security, Vol. 37, June 2023
Aggregation Models and Small Farm Commercialization: An Annotated Bibliography of Relevant Literature
Smallholder aggregation models around the globe have the potential to contribute significantly to agricultural growth and productivity by facilitating improved access to credit, inputs, markets, and information. Aggregation models, including farmer producer organizations (FPOs) and cooperatives, are institutional arrangements by which small and marginal farmers,...
Aggregation Models and Small Farm Commercialization – A Scoping Review of the Global Literature
Food Policy, Volume 110, July 2022
Food Loss of Perishable Produce from Farm to Retail: Evidence from Tomato Supply Chains in South India
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, February 2022
Comparative Study of Farmer Producer Organizations in Bihar and Maharashtra
TCI-TARINA Policy Brief No.15, April 2020
Experiences from the Field: Governance Issues and Social Inclusion in Aggregation Models
TCI-TARINA Policy Brief No. 14, November 2019
Emergence of Aggregation Models in the Agricultural Sector: Roles, Strengths, and Challenges
TARINA Policy Brief No. 13, August 2019
Making Pulses Affordable Again: Policy Options from the Farm to Retail in India
TCI-TARINA Policy Brief No. 8, May 2017
Transforming Smallholder Agriculture to Achieve the SDGs
In S. Gomez y Paloma, L. Riesgo, and K. Louhichi (Eds.) The Role of Smallholder Farms in Food and Nutrition Security, Springer Nature 2020.