This partnership aims to reduce post-harvest losses of African Indigenous Vegetables (i.e., Amaranth, Nightshade, pumpkin leaves, and spinach), during the high production season, by drying them and marketing off the main production season. Drying extends the shelf-life of the vegetables from 7 days to 12 months. Through the partnership Sweet ‘n’ Driedn(SnD ) will develop and market dried vegetable products for Base of Pyramid consumers and integrate smallholder farmers in its African Indigenous Vegetables supply chain. In addition, the year-round processing of the vegetables will ensure permanent jobs unlike the current situation where jobs are seasonal, disrupting the incomes of the rural women employed at the factory. The reduction of post-harvest losses will also guarantee improved incomes to smallholder farmers.