Bridging the sustainability gap in the Indian spice industry

A new report, published by IDH about the Sustainable Spices Initiative India, highlights seven projects in four spices sectors that work on a broad range of topics including Responsible Agrochemical Management, gender empowerment, farmer working conditions and environmental challenges. Next to the project details the report includes multiple farmer stories that give unique real-life examples of the projects and their benefits.

The Sustainable Spices Initiative India (SSI-I), part of the global Sustainable Spices Initiative program, is an industry-led voluntary multi-stakeholder platform. It aims to drive sustainable sourcing in the Indian spice industry while improving the livelihoods of producers, and giving consumers – both locally and globally – increased access to sustainable, food-safe spices.

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Sectors: Fresh & Ingredients, Spices

Initiative: Sustainable Spices Initiative

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