AVRDC staff put on their consumer caps to sample different vegetables and offer their personal opinions on the qualities that might prompt them to select one tomato over another in the market.
Tomato processing in action: AVRDC training increases skills and knowledge of vegetable producers, and tours raise awareness of best practices.
Bele is one of the most nutritious traditional vegetables available in the Pacific islands. The Bele Project wants more people to enjoy the health benefits it can offer.
The VINESA project aims to expand vegetable production in Africa's peri-urban corridors to address rapidly changing demographics, increasing demand from urban consumer markets, and the urgent need for a more nutritious food supply.
Rutu Purty, a widowed tribal woman from Iti Village, Murhu Block in Khunti District of Jharkhand State, India is one of many who will benefit from sustainable improvements in agriculture. A white paper from the Association of International Research and Development Centers for Agriculture explores ways to increase incomes, strengthen food security and protect the environment.
A dynamic international agricultural research institute celebrates a four-decade journey to improve the livelihoods and health of millions.
Training urban youth to grow and market vegetables will create employment, income, and a more nutritious food supply.
Participants plant tomatoes, trap beetles, and prepare plans to link agriculture, nutrition and health in the classroom during a training workshop for the Vegetables Go to School project.
Long-term partnerships bear fruit as improved vegetable production methods spread in Bangladesh.