Reducing post-harvest losses in Nigeria's aquaculture sector contributes to sustainable development
- While increasing fish production and productivity in the long term are practical strategies for increasing fish consumption that address malnutrition in Nigeria, reducing post-harvest losses of fish from farm-gate to consumption is an economic and a rational strategy of increasing value of aquaculture businesses that lead to sustainable economic development. Efforts at increasing production outcomes will also create jobs and reduce waste through post-harvest loss reduction.
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- Sustainable aquaculture 
Van Tran, N.
- Chicago council on global affairs