Nigeria suspends plan to export sorghum to UK

Nigeria produces large amounts of sorghum, a cereal that can be used as a replacement for maize, wheat, millet and even for rice and all kinds of food. In Nigeria, sorghum is the third most widely grown cereal after maize and millet. The grain can be popped, boiled, roasted or ground to make flour for pastry and baking.

The plans to export sorghum to the United Kingdom from Nigeria which has been in works since March 2020 has been suspended as a result of the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic just as the implementation of the plan was getting underway.

Source - Premium Times