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  • Nigerias Kews Garden Plans To Enter Into The International Market

    Posted on :Thursday , 23rd May 2019

    Kews Garden Limited, a Nigerian fishing company, has launched a new fish product under the brand ‘Mackerel Butter’ amid its plans to export fish and fish products into the international market.

    Speaking during the launch of the product Mrs Nnenna Anekwe said that the firm has concluded plans to begin the export of processed mackerel fish butter t. . .

  • Nigerian Breweries Achieves 57% Local Sourcing Of Raw Materials

    Posted on :Thursday , 9th May 2019

    The Nigerian Breweries (NB) Plc says it has achieved 57% of its 60 per cent 2020 target for local sourcing of raw material for production.

    According to Sade Morgan, Corporate Affairs Director, local sourcing was an integral part of the company’s long term sustainability agenda as it remains at the heart of the company’s operations.

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  • KENYA LOOKS TO BOOST ITS AGRICULTURAL SECTOR IN LINE WITH VISION 2030

    Posted on :Friday , 26th April 2019

    Agriculture is the key to Kenya's economy, contributing 26 per cent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and another 27 per cent of (GDP) indirectly through linkages with other sectors. The sector employs more than 40 per cent of the total population and more than 70 per cent of Kenya's rural people. In the rural economy the agricultural sector continues to play a vital role. While, agriculture . . .

  • OPPORTUNITIES FOR SMALL SCALE FOOD PROCESSING INVESTMENT IN KENYA

    Posted on :Thursday , 4th April 2019

    Kenya stands out as a huge business hub among all the countries in the East and Central African sub-regions, in terms of GDP, the economy of Kenya is the largest in the region with 53.40 USD by records that are available. It is also one of the top ten economies in the entire continent of Africa and there exist huge opportunities for small and medium-scale businesses that are involved with proce. . .

  • Tanzania's oil shortage becomes good news for importers

    Posted on :Monday , 1st April 2019

    Tanzania is becoming a promising market for edible oil players as its seeking investors in the edible oil sector to tame its huge import bill, which stands at $294 million. The nation is facing a large deficit in production of edible oil, paving the path for imports to meet growing demand. The government has is finding measures to reduce duties on imports, including from East African Community . . .

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