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Processing
Sun Drying: Making Food Last the Old Way
All CountriesAlliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa

Sun drying is a traditional drying method for reducing the moisture content of paddy by spreading the grains under the sun. The solar radiation heats up the grains as well as the surrounding air and thus increases the rate of water evaporating from t...

Processing
Credit Agricole du Maroc - Eco-Friendly Fresh-Produce Markets
All CountriesAlliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa

Credit Agricole du Maroc - Eco-Friendly Fresh-Produce Markets

Processing
Charcoal from Recycled Materials Connecting Food to the Plate
NigeriaAlliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa

Charcoal from Recycled Materials Connecting Food to the Plate

Nutrition
An Assessment of the Nigerian Poultry Sector
NigeriaSahel Consulting Agriculture & Nutrition

The Nigerian poultry industry is estimated at ₦80 billion ($600 million) and is comprised of approximately 165 million birds, which produced 650,000 MT of eggs and 290,000 MT of poultry meat in 2013. From a market size perspective, Nigeria’s egg pro...

Research and Development
At the Heart of Impact Measurement: Listening to Customers – Poultry Feed Production in Ghana
GhanaA. Speyer, M. Ripley, T. Adams

This brief on data looks at Agricare, a Ghanaian-owned animal feed producer. The publication shares practical guidance on how to use customer centricity to meet data collection needs for both business and social performance measurement. Researchers a...

Research and Development
Angola Poultry
AngolaUnited States Department of Agriculture Foreign Ag...

Poultry production in Angola is estimated at 27.192 MT in 2018, which mainly consists of backyard chickens and a few commercial farms. In 2018, Angola was the fifth largest import of U.S. poultry, valued at $183 million. However, due to limited acc...

Processing
South Africa Food Processing Ingredients Report 2019
South AfricaMargaret Ntloedibe

In 2018, South Africa imported US$3.2 billion in processed foods, an increase of 5.5 percent from 2017, with the top five products being palm oil, food preparations, whiskies, beer made from malt, and animal guts, bladder and stomach parts. In the...

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