Spice Value Chain in Ethiopia: Scoping Review for Sustainable Management

Tewabe Hibistu


Diversifying crop in Ethiopia a long-standing production and price risk mitigation strategy employed by many farmers. Although spice production has paramount economic and non-economic multiple importance, its production is still showing shallow coverage and distribution in the country. Besides, the value chain is not as such exploiting the potential value addition and the number of participants to be embedded as chain actors is yet minimal. Spice value addition is shallowly undertaken ranging from the small-scale farmers production to the partial processing and this shows the conventional value chain being undertaken. Hence, much of the production coverage and the potential value addition in terms diversified processing should be taken up to boost the performance of spice sector in Ethiopia.

DOI: 10.7176/JAAS/61-03

Publication date: February 29th 2020

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