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Millets value chain for nutritional security : a replicable success model from India / B. Dayakar Rao (Indian Institute of Millets Research (formerly DSR), Hyderabad, India), N.G. Malleshi (Ex-head, Grain Science Technology, Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI), Mysore, India), George A. Annor (Department of Nutrition and Food Science, University of Ghana, Ghana) and J.V. Patil (Indian Institute of Millets Research (formerly DSR), Hyderabad, India).

Dayakar Rao, B. (Benhur), (editor.). Malleshi, N. G., (editor.). Annor, George A., (editor.). Patil, J. V., (editor.). C.A.B. International, (issuing body.).
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Subject: Millet industry > India.
Millets > Nutritional aspects > India.
Agricultural Economics.
Food Economics, (New March 2000)
Policy and Planning.
Supply, Demand and Prices.
Marketing and Distribution.
Consumer Economics.
Field Crops, (New March 2000)
Plant Production.
Crop Produce.
Food Processing (General)
Food Composition and Quality.

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  • ISBN: 9781780648323
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (xxxv, 218 pages) : color illustrations, charts
  • Publisher: Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK : CABI, 2016.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Production and Utilization of Millets -- Gaps in and Scope of the Value Chain in Millets -- Nutritional and Health Benefits of Millets -- Value Chain : On-Farm Production Interventions -- Value Chain : Processing Interventions -- Value Chain : Interventions Related to Consumer Acceptability, Entrepreneurship, Commercialization, Promotion and Policymaking -- Impact Assessment of Value Chain on Millet Foods -- Value Chain of Millets : Lessons to Learn and Prospects for the Future.
Abstract: This book reveals the various components of the sorghum value chain and the interventions attempted under the National Agricultural Innovation Project's (NAIP) Millets Value Chain subproject in India. Chapter 1 presents an overview of the production and utilization of millets, while chapter 2 highlights the gaps in and scope of the millets value chain. Chapter 3 discusses the nutritional and health benefits of millets. The next chapters discuss the NAIP value chain interventions at the on-farm production stage (chapter 4); at the processing stage (chapter 5); and with regard to consumer acceptability, entrepreneurship, commercialization, promotion and policymaking (chapter 6). Chapter 7 presents an impact assessment of the millets value chain interventions. Finally, chapter 8 highlights the constraints and challenges to the value chain project and the prospects for the future.
Additional Physical Form available Note: Also available in print format.
Source of Description Note: Title from PDF title page (viewed October 11, 2016).

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