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Cassava production in Nigeria
Cassava production is vital to the economy of Nigeria as the country is the world’s largest producer of the commodity. The crop is produced in 24 of the country’s 36 states. In 1999, Nigeria produced 33 million tonnes, while a decade later, it produced approximately 45 million tonnes, which is almost 19% of production in the world. The average yield per hectare is 10.6 tonnes. In Nigeria, cassava production is well-developed as an organized agricultural crop. It has well-established multiplication and processing techniques for food products and cattle feed. There are more than 40 cassava varieties in use. Cassava is processed in many processing centres and fabricating enterprises set up in the country.
Plantain Flour Production In Nigeria
Plantain is a major source of food in many regions throughout Nigeria. Study shows that the production of plantain is over 80 million metric tones per year.
Plantain flour is the product obtained when matured wholesome raw plantain fruits are peeled, dried, milled and sieved to desired particle sizes.
Production Of Beans Flour In Nigeria
Beans are a nutritious food commonly used as a side dish or in salads, soups and casseroles. Vegetarians often use beans combined with a starch like rice as an alternative complete protein source. You can expand your bean use by having bean flours and using them in place of regular wheat flour. Bean flour is gluten free and is more easily tolerated by people with gluten sensitivities. Brown and white Beans which are the main raw materials for beans flour are mostly available and grown in the northern parts of Nigeria.