AHMEDABAD: Organized retail provides some hope to see farmers get their share of benefits but the post-harvest issues in horticulture commodities could only solve with joint participation from private and public sector, says a study by the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A).

The working paper 'Organized Retailing of Horticultural Commodities' by Piyush Kumar Sinha, professor at IIM-A and Sujo Thomas, academic associate at IIM-A discusses the changes in horticulture retail, which is mostly referred as the selling of fresh fruits and vegetables.