November 18, 2020
The community’s point of view“While the firm has supplied numerous amenities to the community, such as a borehole, school buildings, classroom seats, a perimeter fence, […]
The palm oil industry needs success stories to thrive and attract investors. The federal government under the administration of President Buhari and the CBN Governor, […]
Malaysia is focusing its efforts on expanding the downstream market for Malaysian palm oil and developing Turkey as a re-export center for Malaysian agricultural commodities […]
Man normally forms relationships with people, but he also forms relationships with the environment and objects around him, such as the personal relationship he has […]
As the Russia-Ukraine conflict is seen to significantly curtail the availability of sunflower oil for various applications, food manufacturers will have to look elsewhere to […]
Malaysia, a net exporter of crude oil and the world’s No. 2 palm oil producer, is poised to win from the record-smashing advances in global […]
Palm Oil is a highly essential commodity and an important food ingredient in most NIgerian (and African) homes. However, research shows most Palm Oil purchased from the open market is adulterated containing toxic and carcinogenic substances dangerous to health.
Nigerian soups are rated the best soups in Africa in 2020 by Tasteatlas (https://www.tasteatlas.com/most-popular-soups-in-africa). Palm Oil is a major ingredient in Nigerian soups. Palm Oil contains minerals and vitamins which helps in reducing oxidative stress, boosts brain health, increases vitamin A, and generally improves skin and healthy hair.
Palm Oil is important in Nigeria as it is used in the preparation and production of more than half of our food. According to pwc, quoting a World Bank report, the country consumes approximately 3Million MT of fats and oil as of 2018 – making it the largest on the continent. Palm oil contributes roughly 44.7% (1.34 Million MT).