Market News | FOODAGRO Tanzania 2017

Market News

  • Tanzania: Spray Drones Providing Efficient Pesticide Dispersal

    Posted on :Tuesday , 2nd May 2017

    Guangzhou — Chinese firm Dajiang Innovation, popular known as DJI, recently launched its first agricultural aerial system, the Agras MG-1, operated as a drone, is now geared at providing cheaper crop spraying, also billed to become safer and more efficient. The company plans to supply the drone to local farmers to help ease their farm work, notably to minimize human labour and the cost of. . .

  • Tanzania: Grape Farming Receives Boost from PASS Loan

    Posted on :Saturday , 29th April 2017

    Elias Mgwabi prunes grape plants on his vineyard at Mtitaa Village in Bahi District, Dodoma Region.

     
    AT Mtitaa Village in Bahi District, Dodoma Region, a middle- aged farmer Elias Mgwabi and his labourers are trimming down branches from grape plants as fruits begin to grow on his 12-acre vineyard.
     
    The vineyard has become a model farm in. . .

  • Tanzania: Social Funds to Create 25 New Industries, Generate Over 300,000 Jobs

    Posted on :Thursday , 27th April 2017

    Morogoro — Social security funds plan to establish at least 25 industries countrywide and create over 300,000 jobs for Tanzanians, the government declared here yesterday.

     
    The Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office, Policy, Parliamentary Affairs, Labour, Employment, Youth and People with Disabilities, Ms Jenista Mhagama, said the government was determ. . .

  • Dangote could be world's largest rice exporter by 2021

    Posted on :Saturday , 22nd April 2017

    Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, could be the world’s biggest rice exporter in the next five years. This is according to the head of the African Development Bank (AfDB), Akinwumi Adesina.

    Akinwumi was Nigeria’s Agriculture minister when Dangote was the largest importer of rice into Africa’s most populous nation.

    He recounted how the bill. . .

  • Tanzania: Norwegian Fertilizer Firm Commits $36 Billion to Boost Agriculture Sector

    Posted on :Friday , 24th March 2017

    IN a bid to ensure production and supply of fertilisers in the country, the Norwegian YARA International company, which produces fertilisers has announced to invest 80bn/- at the Port of Dar es Salaam so as to improve the business.

     
    The idea is likely to improve agriculture production in the country, since majority farmers will benefit from the huge investment. The N. . .

Expogroup

Expogroup is a full service exhibition organiser with over 20 years experience in International trade exhibitions. Our current portfolio includes 27 annual exhibitions from a diverse range of industries being held across the Middle East & Africa.

EXPOGROUP © 1996 - 2017 | Privacy policy

Find us here

INTERNATIONAL SALES & MARKETING HEADQUARTERS
  • 1910, 19th Floor, Monarch Office Tower

  • P.0. Box - 333840,

  • One Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai - UAE

  • P: +971-4-3721421

  • F: +971-4-3721422

  • Please Write to us :

REGIONAL OFFICES :