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11 Dec
It is well known that eating vegetables is healthy. Despite their different vegetable types and nutrients, all variations are healthy. It’s easier to consume the vitamins, minerals, fibre and antioxidants your body needs to thrive when you consume the required five servings of produce each day from a variety of sources. Below is a list…
1 Dec
Eating a plant-based diet rich in vegetables, whole grains, nuts and legumes can reduce the risk of bowel cancer in men by more than a fifth, according to research.
27 Sep
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Commissioner for Economic Affairs and Agriculture, Massandje-Touré-Litsé has assured of her commitment to continuing the work
14 Sep
Produce costs money, especially if you have to keep tossing away spoiled lettuce that you somehow managed to store in the back of your refrigerator. If you have the habit of buying stuff that keeps pushing your lettuce deeper and deeper into your fridge as the week wears on and you end up replacing the…
17 Aug
An omnichannel retailer, FoodCo, has reaffirmed its commitment to consumer support, even as it announced the launch of a new outlet in Ikoyi, Lagos.
30 May 2022
Tomato sauce refers to a variety of tomato-based sauces that are often served as part of a meal rather than as a side dish. Tomato sauces are commonly used for meat and vegetables, but they're best recognized as the base for carbs like rice and spaghetti dishes. Tomatoes have a deep taste, a high water…
28 May 2022
Container and vertical gardens are two fantastic ways to manage to have your favourite fruits, vegetables and herbs in a small space and yield produce as if you had a large space.
30 Mar 2022
Farmers have every reason to be optimistic of a bumper harvest at the beginning of a new planting season with the launch of a novel crop balance nutrient fertilizer
7 Feb 2022
To solve the problem of food spoilage and insecurity in Nigeria, the Basel Agency for Sustainable Energy (BASE) and the Swiss Federal Laboratory for Material Science and Technology
20 Dec 2021
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has distributed rice, maize grits, spaghetti, cooking oil and seasonings to 3, 500 Internally Displaced Person (IDP) households in Borno State.
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
19 Jul 2021
Participants in a large-scale study who more commonly consumed a Southern-style diet - high in added fats, fried foods, processed meats, and sugary drinks - had a higher risk of sudden cardiac death

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