Month: July 2017
Tesco has reportedly recalled two of its ready-made chicken salads, warning that they could contain bacteria that causes fever, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps.
The high street giant said anyone who had bought a 160g pack of ‘Tesco Chicken Salad’, or a 315g pack of ‘Tesco Chicken, Broccoli, Almond & Cashew Nut Salad’ with a use-by date of between 12 and 13 July should not eat the product and return it to the store where it was bought immediately.
It explained that Campylobacter was found in some of the products.
The Oyo State Government has reportedly taken delivery of about 25 tons worth of fertilizers for the benefit of farmers in the state.
All these are at no cost and it is in a bid to boost food production in the state.
It is no longer news ! Nigeria has officially kick-started the export of Nigerian yam to the different parts of the world .
The Nigeria Yam Export was reportedly launched at Lillypond Container Terminal, Ijora, Lagos on Thursday, June 29, 2017, by the minister of agriculture, Audu Ogbeh.
South African woman sues male colleague for secretly filming her while expressing breast milk at workplace!Food News . Home
A woman recently took a male colleague to court in South Africa, claiming that he secretly filmed her as she expressed breast milk at her workplace.
The man, who has been been suspended by the University of Cape Town, is alleged to have set up a live link in a private room at the institution on 13 June. The woman wrote in a blog that she was angry that providing food for her baby was “sexualised in such a cowardly way”.
Five members of a family have reportedly lost their lives after consuming dinner in Umuokpara Umanu, Obollo community in Isiala Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State.
The identities of deceased aresaid to be Mr. Vitalis Nwosu, his wife, Obianuju, and their three children, Chinonso, Chinasa and Odimnobi.