The Cocoa Farmers Association of Nigeria (CFAN) has expressed determination to meet the 500,000-tonne production of cocoa beans in the next two years and make the country to become
The Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria (CRIN), in collaboration with the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC), has organised a training workshop for cocoa farmers
The President, Cocoa Farmers Association of Nigeria (CFAN), Mr Adeola Adegoke, has disclosed that Nigeria loses N60 billion annually to non-collection of Living Income Differential(LID).
President Muhammadu Buhari has challenged Nigerians to exercise a little patience, as the “growing food production in the country, especially expansion in rice farming, will eventually bring down prices
The Anchor Borrowers’ Programme (ABP) has so far supported over 4.8 million smallholder farmers across Nigeria for the production of 23 agricultural commodities including maize
Johnvents Industries Limited, a wholly indigenous agribusiness and subsidiary of Capitalsage, has commissioned its upgraded multi-billion-naira cocoa processing plant in Akure, Ondo State.
22 Nov 2021
Researchers and industrialists have said efforts should be made to revive cocoa processing companies and woo more investors into the value chain to maximise benefits of cocoa production through emphasis on local consumption.
10 Sep 2021
At a time that the rest of the world is prioritising value-addition, rather than raw materials export, Nigeria and other countries have continued to depend on commodities
9 Aug 2021
Akwa Ibom State Commissioner for Agriculture and Food Security, Dr. Glory Edet explains the efforts of the state to revive agriculture through various empowerment schemes for farmers
6 Aug 2021
Osun State Government, on Tuesday, distributed 100,000 cocoa seedlings to about 1,000 farmers in the state.
3 Jun 2021
With rugged determination and twist of fortune for China, it now successfully grows and exports cocoa beans to Europe despite difficult production conditions.
19 Oct 2020
Ghana and Ivory Coast account for two-thirds of the world's cocoa supply, but unlike oil-producing countries, they are unable to influence prices that are historically too low to meet the basic needs of small planters.