Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria
The Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria (CRIN) has trained farmers on the need to improve on the flavour of cocoa produce across the country.
For a major part of the last decade, the Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria (CRIN) was in the doldrums. Various administrations and leadership of the institute were distracted
CRIN has developed improved varieties of cocoa, which are high-yielding, disease-resistant and early-bearing.
The Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria (CRIN), in collaboration with the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC), has organised a training workshop for cocoa farmers
28 Sep 2020
Cocoa and palm oil, among others, were the bedrock of the country’s economy before the Oloibiri oil rig became a metaphor for complacency and mono-cultural economy 60 years after independence.
13 Jan 2020
Agricultural scientists and researchers have called on farmers, agro-entrepreneurs and investors to take precautions against fire outbreaks on farms or storage facilities to prevent avoidable losses
15 Nov 2018
Some young people, especially graduates, see cocoa farming as a poorly rewarding business meant for only the aged people who have resigned to fate. They think farmers, and by extension cocoa producers, have nothing else to show for their labour and drudgery except a beggarly existence. These perceptions are not only false but also far…
22 May 2016
Dr. Abiodun Adedeji, Assistant Director, Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria (CRIN), Ibadan, on Sunday urged the Federal Government to produce defined policies on cocoa production and marketing.