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A robust cassava bread sector is necessary for sustained economic growth and high-paying jobs in Nigeria, the Technical Adviser(Cassava Value Chain) to the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development , Mrs Oluwatoyin Adetunji, has said.
To achieve this, Adetunji said government would develop a sustainable cassava bread sector that would help raise farmers income, improve food security and contribute to an expansion of the rural cottage industry.
Speaking at the sidelines during a training for master bakers in the South West region, in Lagos , she said the government intends to encourage more farmers to include cassava in bread preparation,adding that it would reduce production cost incurred as a result of using wheat as a major component.
Right now, she said most farmers include 10 percent cassava in bread production ,which means a lot in terms of reduction of cost . So far, she said 140 bakers have been trained from the South West part of the country.
In addition, Mrs Adetunji said the government was ready to assist bakers to adopt the technology to improve cassava bread production. This at the end, will help to raise the volume and quality of high quality cassava bread, increase the efficiency of the supply chain and develop new markets.
The government, she reiterated supply lines of high quality b cassava flour (HQCF) for bakeries and upgrade traditional processing practices to make cassava bread for defined markets.
As there is ongoing arrangement to ensure bakers take delivery of machines,Mrs Adetunji said the government is determined to remove existing constraints in cassava bread production, while small bakers will be supported to increase productivity and improve their entrepreneurial capabilities.
Chairman, South West Zone Association of Master Bakers and Caterers of Nigeria, Alhaji Abibulah Abolusodun said the first training was held last year in Osun State.
He said beneficiaries were drawn from seven states in the South West.
With more bakers supported to invest in cassava bread production, he said a large number of youths would get employed, farmers would earn more and new cassava production and processing businesses would spring up.
According to him, the basic high cost bakers incurred is on wheat and this is responsible for supplies becoming tighter.