Month: November 2015

Nigerian Customs Service Destroys Imported Chicken in Edo State!

The Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), Federal Operation Unit, Zone C has reportedly  destroyed 1, 365 cartons of imported frozen products valued at N11.56 million in Benin city, the Edo State Capital.

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Have you observed that as important as Food and Agriculture is – an authoritative Nigerian Food/Agric Magazine that should help to GUIDE food/agric lovers tends to be unavailable.

achara soup

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The sweet smell of CHRISTMAS!

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Food Riddle!



This fruit is very common in Nigeria!awin3


Hello great people, can you guess?

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Don advocates for pest regulatory agency

A Professor of Entomology at the Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Professor Folorunso Ajayi, has advocated for the establishment of a Pest Regulatory Agency in order to tackle food insecurity in the country.

Ajayi made the called while delivering a lecture titled “Insects, Plants and Humanity: The Organic Agriculture and Stored Products Protection Axis” at the 10th Inaugural lecture of Nasarawa State University, Keffi in Keffi local government area of the state.

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Food Riddle!

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 Lagos food festival!

All set for taste of Lagos food festival

•From left: Mr. Emmanuel Abiodun; Chief Consultant, Iconic Events Ltd, Mr. Fagbohun;  Marketing Executive, Ms Irene Adekola and Media Manager, Iconic Events Ltd, Mr. Tayo Adesanya at the media briefing to announce Taste of Lagos ‘The Original’ in Lagos.

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Genetically Modified Fish!

US regulators have reportedly  given the go-ahead to genetically modified salmon, making it the first GM animal destined for human consumption.

This is according to the BBC.

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Ponmo in Nigeria!

The Director-General, Nigerian Institute of Leather Science and Technology, Zaria, Dr. Isuwa Adamu,  has warned against the consumption of “ponmo.”

He said the consumption of the delicacy as meat substitute posed serious danger to health arguing  that ponmo lacked nutritional value to human health.

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Drinking three to five cups of coffee a day could help people live longer.

This is according to a  new research.

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