Mushrooms are a fungus, and unlike plants, mushrooms do not require sunlight to make energy for themselves.
The mushroom is a very nutritious food. Differing species can be a good source of vitamin B along with essential minerals such as copper and potassium. While fat, carbohydrates and salt content is very low.
On Thursday 5th June 2014 marked the beginning of the 9th Agri-Show that ran until 12 June. The weeklong event is annually held at Mulindi Agri-Show grounds located in Gasabo district. The event ran on the theme "Transforming Agriculture for shared prosperity and improved livelihoods.” The Honorable Minister of Agriculture, Dr. Agnes Kalibata, officially opened the event on the 6th.
Kigali Farms was happy to host students from Brookstead Christian Academy for a study trip that benefited the school children on both improving their health and their knowledge on mushroom growing. Despite heavy rains outside, the students were able to arrive at the head offices located at Rwandex, Kigali.
Rwamagana is a dry district in the Eastern Province of Rwanda well known for growing green bananas and ground nuts. In its more remote villages, most Rwamagana residents are not yet mushroom consumers although they may be familiar with a variety of wild fungi, they do not yet have access to cultivated oyster mushroom.
Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is a platform that organizes partners and activities on the local, national and global level to expand people’s innovative potential. Rwanda is the East African leader with the most partners and events in the region.
Kigali Farms hosted (re)New Agribusiness in Rwanda, in partnership with The White Onion, to shine a spotlight on the role the private sector is playing in the development of the agriculture sector in Rwanda.
Inspired by the words of Dr. Adesina, Nigeria’s Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, the event opened with a short discussion about why agriculture is a business, not a development program.
Le HACCP est un outil très indispensable pour les industries dans le domaine de l’agroalimentaire car il permet de contrôler l’ensemble du procès de production.
Entant que Directrice de la production et de la qualité, je suis en charge d'assurer que notre entreprise est conforme à toutes les normes de qualité en respectant toutes les procédures afin que nous puissions devenir certifiés en 2014.