ABOUT FOOD TECHNOLOGY
While alluding to the nation’s exit from recession, the WEO report stated: “Growth in 2017 is projected at 0.8 percent, owing to recovering oil production and ongoing strength in the agricultural sector.
Responding to media questions at the WEO press briefing, Maurice Obstfeld, IMF’s Economic Counsellor stated: “Nigeria is going to have stronger growth this year because agriculture and oil production are doing better but there are still downsides and there is still a lengthy adjustment to lower oil prices ahead.” The improvement in agriculture output is been driven by the various Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) interventions in the sector namely the Anchor Borrowers Programme (ABP) and the Commercial Agricultural Credit Scheme (CACS). Global economy to grow by 3.6%
Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/10/imf-highlights-threats-nigerias-economic-growth/
The 7th year LIFBF 2018 will be welcoming the industry players with technological advances to come under one roof to showcase and foster business relationships with the right target market.
Filling and Packaging Technology
Food Safety, Quality Management
Ingredients, Auxiliary Materials Operating Materials, Environmental Technology, Biotechnology
Packing Materials, Packaging, Packaging Aids Process Technology
Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Technology
Service Firms, Organisations, Publishers
*The above list is not exhaustive. It is intended as a guide only.