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Ghanaians may be consuming poisonous fruits and vegetables

Environmental Protection Agency, has revealed that some Ghanaians may be consuming poisonous fruits and vegetables as some farmers have been flouting safety standards for...

Ghana has led the development of a new global standard for...

Ghana has led the development of a new global standard for sustainable cocoa and this is aiding image pricing of its cocoa on the...

How to make money from this lucrative Red Palm Oil business

The business opportunities in red palm oil production in Africa are quite impressive. Palm oil makes up nearly 50 percent of edible oils consumed worldwide....

Guide to Starting a Lucrative Snail Farming Business

Despite that Africa is considered a poor continent, it always present numerous opportunities and overtime, we’ve seen local and global entities exploiting the numerous...

Rubber cultivation replacing cocoa farms

Nana Opanbour Bonsu II, President, Concerned Farmers Association of Ghana has expressed dissatisfaction over the clearing of cocoa trees for the cultivation of rubber...

US$158 million has been unlocked in private capital for 2,846 agribusinesses

Over US$158 million has been unlocked in private capital for 2,846 agribusinesses under the USAID Financing Ghanaian Agriculture Project (USAID FinGAP). Forty (40) per cent...

First time Ghana is embarking on a pruning exercise aimed at...

The Ghana Cocobod is conducting mass pruning of cocoa trees across the country. This is the first time Ghana is embarking on a pruning exercise...

Avnash Launches Lafia Cooking Oil

Avnash Industries Ghana Limited has launched Lafia, its second brand of vegetable cooking oil onto the market. Lafia, which is available in 25-litre jerrican only, is suitable...

President Akufo-Addo Commissions Refurbished Sekondi Fishing Harbour

The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on Monday, 23rd April, 2018, commissioned the refurbished Sekondi Fishing Harbour, at a ceremony in Sekondi, in the Western...

Pork business booms in Kumasi

For many years Dakwodwom, a suburb of Kumasi, used to be the only hub for pork-selling business in the Metropolis. Forty-year-old Maame Yaa's pork shed...