Nigerians Up in Arms Over Bread Price Hike
Traders and small scale producers have denounced the recent increase in the price of bread, saying it was not in the interest of bakers and the economy.
Vanguard, 7 August 2012
National Association of Nigerian Traders, NANTS, Voices for Food Security, VFS, and Association of Small Scale Agro Producers in Nigeria, ASSAPIN, have jointly denounced the recent ... read more »
Bread sellers in Abuja.
Vanguard, 5 August 2012
Port Harcourt, the Rivers capital, may experience scarcity of bread due to an increase in the price of flour. read more »
Leadership, 7 August 2012
The Minister of Agriculture, Dr Akinwumi Adesina, yesterday said that Nigeria was spending about N635 billion annually to import wheat for bread production. read more »
This Day, 7 August 2012
The Minister of Agriculture, Dr Akinwumi Adesina, Monday decried the whopping N635 billion spent on importation of wheat into the country for bread production yearly, describing it ... read more »
Ethiopia: Food Prices Remain Calm during Ramadan
Addis Fortune, 29 July 2012
In the midst of the month of Ramadan, some may expect food prices to be on the rise, given the changes in eating habits. After all, prices have risen during fasting periods in the ... read more »
Daily Trust, 18 July 2012
Master bakers and caterers across the country have reacted sharply to the federal government's recent raising of wheat levy from 5 percent to 15 per cent which jerks bread price by ... read more »
Nigeria: Where Is the Cassava Bread?
Daily Trust, 8 July 2012
Several months after the cassava bread policy of the federal government got on board, Nigerians are yet to see the commodity to buy. Observation of some bakeries as well as super ... read more »