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Quality SA Sultana from South Africa key to growing demand in UK

sultanaAFDec821As the retailer and wholesaler demand for sultanas in the UK is currently rising due to their competitive pricing and good quality, the South African raisin industry is taking advantage of the trend with their rebranded SA Sultana variety, which offers excellent value for money.

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Severe cash crunch threatens WFP operations in Ethiopia

183878The Ethiopian authorities, together with WFP and other partners, are struggling to address the hunger crisis in the country as WFP urgently needs US$579mn to deliver food aid and livelihood support to around 12 million Ethiopians and refugees

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Raisins South Africa prioritises social wellbeing and environmental strategies

The raisin industry focuses on the energy efficiency of their farms, water use and waste reduction. (Image source: Raisins South Africa)Raisins South Africa is working to provide environmental integrity and social wellbeing for their local communities in order to ensure future sustainability for the South African dried fruit industry

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Nigeria leading in production of cassava, yam, maize, palm oil and rice: Minister

The agriculture sector currently accounts for 24.14% of the nation’s GDP. (Image source: Adobe Stock)The federal government of Nigeria has said that in the last three years, the country has been leading globally in the production of yam, palm oil, cassava, maize and rice

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Malabo Montpellier Panel unveils practical guide towards creating sustainable food systems

AFDec321The Malabo Montpellier Panel at AKADEMIYA2063 concluded the ninth edition of the biannual Malabo Montpellier Forum to offer a roadmap of policy innovations for food systems transformation, building resilience and adapting to climate change

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