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Food Vendors Tasked To Register Businesses

The Acting Municipal Environmental Health Officer for the Yilo Krobo Municipality in the Eastern region, Mr. Daniel Kwaku Darku has warned food vendors to take food registration and licensing of their businesses very seriously. This, he explained, is because it ...

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Dairy value chain, lucrative business but difficult to establish in Ghana – Lecturer

Dairy Value Chain is the process that links actors and the activities involve in delivering milk and milk products to the final consumers with each stakeholder in the chain adding value at its stage of transformation, Dr Maame Yaa Adjei ...

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 Nutritional Benefit of Egg, Belinda Agyeiwah’s take

Eggs are multipurpose food that can be prepared in many different ways such as frying, hard boiling, poaching, scrambling and baking. This makes egg quite simple to corporate into a diet, Madam Belinda Agyeiwah, a nutritionist at St. Martins De ...

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Avoid too much additive in diet – Nutritionist advice

The Chief Executive Officer of Ages Range Limited, Madam Cynthia Amaditey has advised the public to desist from too much use of artificial additive in their diets. She said, additives are flavour ingredients add to food substance during preparation or ...

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ROTARY CLUB PLEDGE TO DRILL BORE HOLE FOR TSLEDOM

  The Rotary Club of Tesano, a non- government organization, has promised to drill bore hole to the residents of Tsledom, a suburb of Lower Manya Krobo Municipality of the Eastern Region to resolve the water challenge in the area. ...

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Don’t Trust Political Promises On Your Human Rights To Safe Water And Sanitation

  Though law makers have a role to play towards provisions of safe water, sanitation and hygiene for the Ghanaian citizens, it must not capitalize on its importance and ability to sell when used as campaign promises. In a panel ...

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Exclusive Breastfeeding Prevents Breast Cancer, Ceases Menstruation – Nutritionists

Nutritionists at the St. Matins De Porres Hospital, Madams Belinda Agyeiwaa  and Joyce Appiah, told the host of Food Safety, Nutrition and Hygiene on Rite FM that an exclusive breastfeeding is the best process every mother should adopt when breastfeeding ...

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Hazardous substances in food can kill – Dr. Alex Nuer

Marketing and Engineering consultant in the Agri-business industry, Dr. Alex Nuer, has noted that foreign substances that gets mixed up in the foods we eat could be harmful to the human body as well the environment. He said hazardous substances ...

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HONEY ENHANCES MEMORY AND HEALS DIABETIC WOUNDS

Honey is a natural sugar which is produced by bees and used as a substitute for crystallized sugar which when consumed, provides glucose to the body. In an interview with Mr. Patrick Newman, President, Ghana Bee Keepers Association, He disclosed ...

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Observe Table Manners Whilst Eating – Expert Appeals To Public

Culture is commonly defined as a way of life a group of people live. This way of life is area specific and also different from place to place. Eating of food is one area most people lack the requisite knowledge. ...

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