At a workshop held by two International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) assisted programmes, namely Value Chain Development Programme (VCDP) and the Livelihood Family Enterprises Niger Delta
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has reiterated its commitment to supporting all agricultural value chains through its Commercial Agricultural Credit Guarantee to accelerate the development
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has reiterated its commitment to assist all the agricultural value chains, through its scheme, to accelerate the development of the sector and the country’s economy.
Since the beginning of the year, farmers have been struggling to cope with the rising cost of inputs, logistics and other variables, a development that forced a good number of small-scale farmers to scale down their activities.
Worried by the current challenges facing the country’s baking industry, bakers have been urged to be more creative by embracing innovative ingredients for the production of bread.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Afarmacco, Ebetaleye Godfrey, who disclosed this during the launch of Afarmacco – a web-based app that can help keep data on poultry farming, advised farmers
Four years after its ban, there seems to be hope in sight for Hibiscus flower exporters to resume direct export to Mexico, following the renewal of economic ties between the two countries.
Food network and chain specialists have harped on the need to create transformative business ideas that can increase better opportunities for food producers, ease participation for various levels of investors
Researchers and some master bakers have urged bakery and confectionery businesses to experiment and adopt the use of Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potato (OFSP) to tame the rising price of bread in Nigeria.
Food vendors and transporters have identified logistics, higher costs of diesel, petrol and poor state of rural roads as some of the factors causing an abnormal rise in prices of food items
The supply of fertiliser has over the years, defied all logics, largely due to lack of adequate local production capacity, insincerity of government and activities of middlemen, which had worsened the miseries of farmers.
Cassava seed producers have raised concerns over their inability to access loans and insurance cover to hedge against risks.