My Food Gallery [LOVELY FOOD PICTURES YOU WILL LOVE]

Hello great people, I have been thinking about some good food pictures I have come across as I write on food journalism for  more than 10 years now! These include the pictures from the World Food Day on Gourmet Guide on UNILAG RADIO 103,1 FM.  I started yesterday! For today, enjoy these colourful FOOD pictures! Please…

NAFDAC Release Food And Drug Production Rules In Nasarawa

Food production safety is a critical cause of many illnesses from Northern Nigeria, and Nafdac is taking steps to correct the cause of untimely death to food poisoning. The National Agency for Food, Drug, Administration and Control (NAFDAC) on Wednesday said it would release operational guidelines for food and drug producers in Nasarawa state. NAFDAC’s…

Food Prices Stable In The Month Of March

Food prices remained stable for most of the and South West while falling in North Central, indicating price stability throughout the month of March, which is a positive sign after earlier scars from the month of Febuary. An evaluation of prices of three staple food items – imported rice, drum beans (Olotu), and white garri…

Dangote Sugar Aquires SON Food Safety Certificate

Dangote Sugar Refinery has been certified by the Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON) as a food safety compliant company. The management of the refinery said the Food Safety Management Systems certification (NIS ISO 22000:2005) has been  issued to the firm by the standards body. According to the Deputy Group Managing Director, Dangote Sugar, Mr. Abdullahi…

The “Lekki-Ajah International Cake Fair 1.0” Is Upon Us

Never before has there been an exclusive event for cake baking, exhibition, competition and more in Nigeria, and the international trade fair is bringing the first of its kind to Lagos. The Lekki-Ajah International Trade Fair will grant Cake baking workshop, cake competitions, allow cake makers exhibit their amazing works, amongst other things. Please follow…

Higher Food Price Increased Inflation In Nigeria To 8.5%

The Consumer Price Index (CPI), which measures inflation, for the second successive month rose to 8.5 per cent in March compared to 8.4 per cent in the previous month, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). It attributed the rise to slower increase in food prices. Core inflation, which excludes the prices of volatile…