As the Federal Government maps out plans to partake in the $36 billion global coconut market, the produce may be another low hanging fruit that could make a positive difference in Nigeria’s economy, ABDULWAHAB ISA reports
To a majority of people, coconut is just another class of fruit, birthed by coconut palm. Its crispy edibility perhaps makes it an irresistible liking by people who make coconut part of their menu. A cash crop, coconut is more than the ‘casual’ nutritional value it offers. The untapped economic value is humongous. Hitherto, the economic aspect of the fruit was hidden to many. In Nigeria, there is a sudden awakening to the untapped economic mileage inherent in coconut. The fruit is a billion dollar spinner. The Nigeria’s economy is set to tap into it…
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