Fresh fruit and vegetables are still relative luxuries for the average Ethiopian consumer, although demand is expected to grow as incomes rise and urbanisation continues. According to Central Statistics Agency (CSA), the percentage of nationwide horticultural production consumed by smallholder farmers at home ranges from 33% (e.g. lemons) to 79% (e.g. gomen cabbage), depending on…...

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