Reading Time: < 1 minute United Nations | Reuters — United Nations aid chief Mark Lowcock said on Tuesday he would use US$100 million from the world body’s emergency fund to help seven countries try to avert famine fueled by conflict, spiraling economies, climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic. Some $30 million will be spent in Yemen, $15 million each […] Read more
Reading Time: 2 minutes As Nigeria’s population rapidly grows to make it the third-largest country in the world by 2050, according to the UN, demand has also been increasing for high-protein, high-quality Canada Western Red Spring (CWRS) wheat for food products. “The high-protein segment of the Nigerian market that was once (dominated by) U.S. wheat was completely replaced by […] Read more
Reading Time: < 1 minute A Nigerian company is carving a niche in the poultry industry by processing coloured hard-boiled eggs. As Sonia Legg reports, Funtuna is hoping quadruple the number of eggs Nigerians eat.
Reading Time: 4 minutes They come from 16 different countries, but have one thing in common — Canadian wheat. Participants in the 49th annual International Grain Industry Program at the Canadian International Grains Institute, better known as Cigi, came to Canada to learn more about where the grain they buy comes from, how it is grown and how it […] Read more