“Research Supporting African MSMEs to Provide Safe and Nutritious Food” (RSM2SNF) is a research project that dives deep into the wholesale, logistics, processing, and retail segments of the value chains of several products, such as fish and tomato. The goal is to understand the midstream of these food value chains with a focus on micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), and to inform policies and interventions to support MSMEs in providing safe and nutritious foods at affordable prices. This five-year project (2022–2026) is led by Michigan State University (MSU) working with partners in Nigeria and Tanzania. The project began in Nigeria in 2022 and will begin working in Tanzania in 2023.