Spices

September 2, 2021

What’s on the horizon for Rwanda’s spices sector: four reasons why SITA advocates for a structured approach

The rise of seasoning and spices sector has allowed Indian companies to move up the supply chain. As Indian companies have become agro-processors, there is a rise in demand for unprocessed agricultural inputs. Meanwhile in Rwanda, agribusinesses can contribute to Sustainable Development Goal 8 (SDG 8) by diversifying into the corresponding horticultural crops.
June 1, 2021

Green energy in the textile industry: The case of Tamil Nadu, India

Partnerships are key to driving the uptake of renewables for industrial use. In Tamil Nadu, India, the textile industry, state and central governments joined hands to […]
February 19, 2021

All roads lead to rosemary: how SITA is supporting agri-businesses in Rwanda and Kenya to reap the benefits of growing high value cash crops in a risk-free way.

SITA is supporting farmers in Rwanda and Kenya to diversify into high-value horticultural crops with a growing demand. Diversifying into herbs like rosemary, which grow well […]
January 29, 2021

Supporting BSOs to support businesses: SITA trains 41 East African and Indian BSOs to use ITC’s Market Analysis Tools

Over the course of four weeks in October and November 2020, SITA organized a series of trainings on ITC’s Market Analysis Tools for business support organizations […]