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Saving Nigeria’s food from aflatoxin, a stealthy, silent and invisible killer

March 15, 2017

The greatest danger from this relentless killer is that you cannot see, smell or taste it

Partners and investors in Nigeria’s groundnut and maize produce will today convene at Lagos for an Investors Forum. This is a roundtable consultation on how best to commercialise Aflasafe – one of the solutions to aflatoxin – with a view to reaching as many Nigerian farmers as possible through the agri-inputs industry.

For more on the forum and on aflatoxin in Nigeria, see our press release. Did you know that more than 14,000 Nigerian farmers are already using Aflasafe?

2 Replies to “Saving Nigeria’s food from aflatoxin, a stealthy, silent and invisible killer”

    1. Thank you very much, Yakubu. We greatly appreciate your help in spreading the word. We’ll have major news on Aflasafe commercialisation nationwide in Nigeria early next week. So please watch this space!

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