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World Food Day

21 Oct
Nigerians should brace up for a serious food crisis that will not only see the prices of food items sky rocketing, but will also affect the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the manufacturing sector
18 Oct
Edo State Government, as part of activities to commemorate the 2022 World Food Day, has organised a farm produce exhibition, with a pledge to support more than 200,000 farmers across the state towards ensuring food security.
17 Oct
AFEX, Nigeria’s leading commodities market player, on Friday, marked World Food Day, with the launch of a new 100,000MT/year Grain Quality Enhancement Centre and 30,000MT storage capacity warehouse ...
17 Oct
Food and what we consume has shaped human history, culture, diversity and aesthetics. It is necessary for our very survival. It brings families together. It defines cultures....
16 Oct
As Nigeria joins the rest of the world to mark World Food Day, stakeholders in the agriculture sector have expressed fear that Nigeria may further suffer a setback in her quest for food sufficiency
17 Oct 2021
The Federal Government has been urged to build resilient and robust food safety systems that can withstand increasing volatility, climate shock and sustainable diet...
15 Oct 2021
Tomorrow is World Food Day; but despite assurances by President Muhammadu Buhari to make N600 billion loan facility available to 2.4 million farmers in the country, situations and forecasts have shown that Nigeria may face food insecurity...
15 Oct 2020
Nigerians have called on the Federal Government to emplace infrastructure for food production to reduce hunger and malnutrition. This, they argued, could be done with a more enabling environment for greater food production to meet rising demand as the population increases. Prices of food items have consistently been on the increase, while the importation of…
20 Oct 2019
In commemoration of the 2019 World Food Day, experts have called for collective efforts of all stakeholders, for a healthy diet to secure the future of the country.
18 Oct 2019
Executive Director of Borno State Primary Healthcare Development Agency (BOPHDA), Dr. Sule Meleh, has attributed diabetes, tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS to poor nutrition, which lacks capacity to boost immune system.
17 Oct 2019
As part of efforts to alleviate hunger among poor communities in Lagos State, hundreds of indigent people yesterday received food packs to mark the world food day.
21 Oct 2018
Signs of food insecurity across the world means there is considerable work to be done towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goal of Zero Hunger by 2030.

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