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FG loses $1 billion Annually as Agric Products Fail to Secure International Certifications

Most of the agri-products exported from the country like yam, mangoes, shrimp, garlic, ginger, etc, don’t make it to the larger international markets as they do not meet the required…

Firm Set to Establish Africa’s Largest Farmers’ Market in Nigeria

An integrated agro-business company, First Aquagrico Farms Nigeria Ltd., is perfecting arrangements to establish Africa’s largest farmers market in the country. The company said this in statement  in Abuja. The…

3 Products That Earned Nigeria N343.4 Billion from Agricultural Exports in 2022

The agricultural industry has continued to show an impressive export capability as it has often registered its presence in the Nigerian export list with three products from the industry topping…

Nigerian cashew Capable of Generating $1.2bn for the Economy – Expert

Mr Krishanu Chakravarty, Chief of Party, TechnoServe of Prosper Cashew, has said Nigerian cashew sector has the capacity of making 1.2 billion U.S. dollars between 2025 to 2030. The event…

Edo State Launches Agric Innovation Hub to Tackle Food Crisis

Edo State has launched an agriculture-focused digital innovation hub aimed at creating an ecosystem to promote digital transformation, innovation and climate smart agriculture in the state. The Edo Agri Digital…

Zambian Minister seeks Dangote’s Collaboration on Agric Sector Development

The Zambian Minister of Commerce and Industry, Mr Chipoka Mulenga, has urged the President of Dangote Group, Mr Aliko Dangote, to collaborate with the Zambian Government to develop its agricultural…

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