Zambia Introduces Nigerian ‘Garri’ Into School Feeding Programme

Abuja — Zambia has introduced the consumption and production of ‘Garri,’ one of Nigeria’s major staple foods, into the country’s school feeding programme.

Garri is derived from processed cassava, which is grown in almost all parts of Nigeria and in some West African countries.

But the investment appetite for the staple in the Southern African country has prompted the Zambian government to enter into partnership with JR Farms of Nigeria to grow cassava on a commercial scale.

The agreement was…

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