Category: Food News
Some days ago, I posted a BBC food story on potato!
Today again, I came across another interesting potato story!
This is the photo of a Potato Sold for Over $1,000,000! It may look like an ordinary photo, but it is said to be one of the most expensive photos in the world moreso as it was sold last year for that staggering amount $1,000,000+.
In Nigeria, an expert has asserted that the adoption of solar food processing method will help to increase food production in Nigerian rural areas moreso at a cheap cost.
This assertion was made by the Managing Director, Makfurego Nigeria Limited, Funsho Makanjuola, during the unveiling of the solar biomass energy equipment to promote food security in rural areas recently.
The Federal Government says it is working to resolve the suspension of Nigeria’s dried beans exports to the European Union before the June deadline.
The Director-General of the National Biosafety Management Agency, Rufus Ebegba, reportedly disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja.
THE LASSA FEVER SAGA IS STILL TRENDING IN EVERY NOOK AND CRANNY OF NIGERIA!
The outbreak of Lassa fever in Nigeria in the early part of this year 2016 is reportedly spreading after the death of 41 people in over 12 states.
Eating potatoes or chips on most days of the week may increase a woman’s risk of diabetes during pregnancy.
This is according to US researchers who say that this is probably because starch in spuds can trigger a sharp rise in blood sugar levels.
Gbegiri is a beans soup that is served alongside a hot plate of Amala.
‘Gbegiri’ is a Yoruba word which means ‘beans’. This soup is a traditional Nigerian delicacy common amongst the Yoruba, especially Oyos. It is a traditional Nigerian recipe that is specific to the Yoruba People.
A Professor of Food Science and Technology, Alfred Ihenkuronye, has said that more than 200,000 persons die of food poison in Nigeria annually.