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Modernizing Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures to facilitate agricultural trade in Asia

Food safety and market access for peppercorn in South East Asia

Peppercorn is a key agricultural crop accounting for 20% of Vietnam’s gross domestic product and is a rising industry in Laos and Cambodia. However, non-compliance with Sanitary and Phytosanitary Standards (SPS) at the smallholder farmer level is threatening exports to high-value international markets due to concerns over food safety.

CABI and its partners aim to tackle these SPS issues and improve the quality and traceability in the production, post-harvest, processing, and peppercorn trade by identifying, developing and disseminating good agricultural and hygiene practices (GAP and GHP) that focus on peppercorn production in villages. By improving standards within these areas, the project will inevitably secure market access and enhance the peppercorn value chain.

A novel approach to quality assessment of plant health clinics

Demand-led extension: a gender analysis of attendance and key crops

Plantwise Annual Report 2019

External evaluation of the on-going donor-funded programme “Plantwise: integrated plant health systems”