Post-Harvest Management

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Post-harvest food loss is one of the largest contributors to food insecurity and hunger across the developing world. Food losses happen at every stage of the supply chain as commodities become damaged or spoiled while harvested, processed, stored, and transported. At the forefront in the fight against post-harvest losses are some of the most innovative minds working hand-in-hand with the communities themselves. Here is a look at some of their efforts.

Learning Objectives


Action plans

Read updates on international plans to improve post-harvest management.

Beyond silos

See creative solutions for storing crops after the harvest.

Microfluidics

Learn about new low-cost, high-technology on farms.

New Products

Take an inside look at the new devices adding value to produce.

by engineers.
for everyone.

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