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Veterinary Service under MOFA to destroy one of four containers of unwholesome poultry products Today

A container reported to be containing poultry products contaminated with salmonella bacteria is being kept at the State warehouse to be destroyed today. The container is part of four containers of unwholesome poultry products, belonging to Perez Frozen Foods and...

Warehouse to support 20,000 farmers in Juaben

The Juaben Food Bank, a Ghanaian agro-processing company, has constructed a warehouse to support about 20,000 farmers in Juaben and its environs in the Ashanti Region. The 1,000-tonne capacity facility, which has been constructed under the One district, One factory...

Health Benefits of Mushrooms

Most varieties of mushrooms are low in calories, full of Vitamin D and packed with healthy antioxidants. It is believed that in ancient Egypt, mushrooms were retained for the royalty, and the ancient Romans thought that mushrooms could give...

There are still challenges in the rice production sector- Farmers

The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has pledged its support for efforts being made to improve the agricultural sector towards achieving nutritional and food security in the country. The National President of PFAG, Mr Abdul- Rahman Mohammed, said the...

Government committed to boost food production

Member of Parliament (MP) for Awutu-Senya WestNeenyi, George Andah, has reaffirmed government commitment to invest heavily in the agricultural sector to increase food production for export and local consumption. The MP who is also the Deputy Minister of Communication said...

Be conscious of the products you consume this yuletide – FDA

The Ghana Food and Drug Authority (FDA) has cautioned the public to be conscious of the kind of foods and other products they buy as the yuletide approaches. Mr Seth Seaneke, Head of Drug Division FDA, said this at the...

Year of Return: Ghanaian foods for adventurous visitors

Traditional Ghanaian food is typified by the distribution of food crops. With the prominence of tropical produce like corn, beans, millet, plantains and cassava, most Ghanaians creatively employ these foodstuffs to make mouth-watering dishes for their nourishment. The culinary skills...

Ghanaians urges to reconsider organic agriculture

Plan International Ghana, an NGO in partnership with the European Union (EU) has held an exhibition in Sunyani to showcase some organic products yielded from Plan Ghana's initiative, Green Skills Ghana (GSG) project. The program which was under the theme...

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Security Analyst calls for UN document which gives Secessionists power to become Independent after 50 years

Security Analyst, Colonel Festus Aboagye says the State needs to do more to nib in the bud activities of...

New West Africa currency ‘delayed for five years’

A plan to launch a new currency to replace the CFA franc used by several countries in West Africa may not happen for at...

Ghana joins world to commemorate World Rabies Day today

Ghana joins the global community to commemorate World Rabies Day today. The day is dedicated to education, awareness creation, and action that needs to be...

Mortuary Workers threaten strike over service conditions

The Mortuary Workers Association of Ghana (MOWAG) has warned of a nationwide strike from October 1, 2020, if government fails to resolve what they...

Presidential candidate of NDC, John Mahama, resumes Bono Region tour today

The Presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama, will resume his tour of the Bono Region today. He will interact with...