IDH The Sustainable Trade Initiative, along with the Government of Meghalaya, India hosted a Market Linkage Platform meeting for spices produced in Meghalaya on May 18-19, 2021.
We are pleased to present the second edition of the NSSP newsletter for the year. Over this quarter, the NSSP Secretariat worked towards increasing its reach to the stakeholders and collectively work for promoting sustainability in the spices industry...
A virtual platform meeting on establishing Spices Market Linkages in Meghalaya
Four NGOs engaged with NSSP, have announced sustainable spices available for sale, which have been produced through integrated pest management techniques. Download the document for more details.
We are pleased to present the first quarterly National Sustainable Spice Program (NSSP) newsletter. Through this, we look forward to keeping you informed about NSSP activities and highlights.
Webinar on Spice Farming: The Sentinel
National Sustainable Spice Program (NSSP) was launched in the North-East India through a webinar on June 15, 2020.
NSSP focuses on ‘Food Safety and Sustainability’ in the major spice growing regions in the country, by bringing together key players in the sector with a commitment on sustainable spice production.
NSSP has been launched in four locations key to spices sector in India – Guntur, Andhra Pradesh; Hyderabad, Telangana; Unja, Gujarat; and Madikeri, Karnataka.
NSSP is being launched in the North-East India through a webinar for key industry stakeholders in the region on June 15, 2020.