Cassava Commercialization in Mozambique
Cynthia Donovan (),
Steven Haggblade (),
Venancio Alexandre Salegua,
Joao Mudema and
No 120744, Food Security International Development Working Papers from Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
Cassava supplies roughly 30% of all calories consumed in Mozambique, making it the country’s most important food security crop. Over the past several decades, growing urbanization and shifting demand patterns have led to growing opportunities for cassava processing and commercialization. This paper examines the commercial dynamics in Mozambique’s cassava value chain as well as the food security implications of growing cassava commercialization.
Keywords: Food; Security; and; Poverty (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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