Month: August 2016
Schools who provide healthy food to children could earn themselves prizes, while unhealthy school canteens could be caught out by teams of ‘food inspectors.’
According to the Daily Telegraph, the new incentives to straighten out school lunches comes after claims by the Healthy Kids Association that schools are failing to enforce healthy food guidelines.
Those who love Brazilian food can now savour the special flavours of the South American nation at the Rumba Lattina restaurant at The Cave restaurant complex, where a Brazilian food festival opened recently.
AN organic vegetable box scheme has taken delivery of six tonnes of lemons which two major supermarkets had rejected.
Riverford Organic Farmers agreed to buy the organic lemons to deliver to their customers across the North of England alongside their seasonal veg boxes.
Nigeria is a vast country with diverse ethnic groups and numerous diversified cultures. In the same vein, different states have various food recipes which are uncountable and these recipes are blessings to us.
One of such delicious soup is the banga soup! Without the use of palm nuts the soup is not complete!
Bulgur is a cereal food made from the grouts of several different wheat species, most often from durum wheat.
It is common amongst the Europeans Middle Easterners and Indians and even a major staple diet in the Mediterranean.
Lagos State Association Of Master Bakers and Caterers Of Nigeria to increase price of bread by twenty percent!Delicacies . Delicacies . Food News . Home
Lagos State Association Of Master Bakers and Caterers Of Nigeria, will from tomorrow Wednesday increase the price of bread by twenty percent.
Speaking at a press briefing in Lagos, the chairman of the association, Prince Jacob Adejorin, lamented the high cost of producing bread and called on the Federal Government to look into the high cost of baking ingredients. According to him, the prices of baking ingredients like flour, sugar, diesel, salt yeast, kerosene and nylon have tripled without any corresponding measures to reduce the hardship on bakers.
Lagos State Government shuts down, dislodges ponmo processing section of Oko-Oba, Lairage abattoirs!Delicacies . Food News . Home
Lagos State Government has reportedly shut down and dislodged the cow skin (popularly known as ponmo) processing section of the Oko-Oba abattoir and Lairage Complex in Agege.
This is according to a statement signed by the Assistant Director, Public Affairs, Lagos State Ministry of Agriculture, Mr Tunbosun Ogunbanwo.