To save Nigeria from the effects of a post-COVID-19 food crisis, Olam Nigeria has expressed its commitment to make the country the agricultural hub on the continent. It added that it would produce a total of 240,000 metric tons (Mt) of rice in the new farming season.
Olam Nigeria, one of the leading players in the agriculture value chain, said it would continue to cultivate its 5000 hectares, which produces 40,000 metric tons of paddy.
However, the company off-takes paddy from farmers across the country to balance its milling capacity of 240,000 metric tons for both its farms in Rukubi Doma, Nasarawa State, and Amarava Agro in Kano State which have milling capacities of 120,000MT respectively…
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