Botha-Bothe, Nov. 14 — The Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security, and Nutrition, through the Department of Marketing, adjourned a two-day workshop to provide feedback on the post-harvest loss assessment study report.
According to Mr. Vuca Ts’aba, the Marketing Officer in the Department of Marketing, the workshop aims to present and discuss the results of the study conducted in 2022 by the ministry in collaboration with the World Food Program (WFP) and with the support of IACOV.
“The study reveals losses in the produce during harvesting and post-harvesting stages as it progresses from the field to the consumer. At each stage, there is evidence of food loss,” Mr. Ts’aba explained. . .