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Pineapple Value Chain: A Comparative Study on The Profitability of Organic and Conventional Pineapple Value Chain in Uganda

 Author: Advocacy Coalition for Sustainable Agriculture (ACSA), Uganda Martyrs University (UMU) / African Centre for Excellence in Agro-Ecology and Livelihood Systems (ACALISE)  Category: Value Chain  Published: 2020  ISBN: 9789970522101  Country: Uganda  Language: English  Tags: Value-chain |

Pineapple has increasingly gained importance in Uganda in the horticultural sub-sector and has been selected for export diversification and sustainable enhancement of household incomes. As a result, many farmers in most parts of the country have taken on pineapple production. Although it has been established that farmers are using both organic and conventional production methods in pineapple growing, this is being done without due consideration of which production methods are worth investing for maximum profitability.

This study was sanctioned to investigate the Profitability and Financial Analysis of Organic and Conventional pineapple production in Uganda in order to deliver evidence-based advocacy activities in support of the implementation of the National Organic Agriculture Policy (NOAP) 2019 and future investments in organic food production.

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