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Consume More Eggs for Healthy Growth- Ghanaians Urged

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Report by: Ben LARYEA



The Secretary-General for WPSAGHB, Madam Comfort Acheampong has urged Ghanaians to consume more eggs for health growth saying fish and meat have recently become very expensive in food preparations.

According to her, an egg contains a variety of nutritional values and is affordable to buy therefore the citizenry and households add eggs to their meal adding that countries like France and China prepare egg soup and other alternatives to egg meals.

Some food vendors at the Food Bazaar

She therefore called on the citizenry to explore the habit of using eggs for varieties of dishes and explained that they can be boiled, fried, scrambled, and go with all kinds of dishes therefore urging people to replace eggs with, meat, beef, and fish for their respective meals.

Madam Comfort Acheampong made the call at a food bazaar organized by Adom FM in Accra where she mounted a stand and displayed an array of egg dishes such as egg soup, boiled eggs, fried eggs, and scrambled eggs with pepper.

Consume More Eggs for Healthy Growth- Ghanaians Urged

She therefore advised parents to add eggs to the meals of their children when going to school pointing out that the consumption of eggs by children adequately prepares them for smart learning.

Madam Comfort Acheampong challenged Ghanaian poultry farmers to produce more eggs to meet the daily consumption demand which would make eggs affordable to all.

She used the occasion to express her gratitude to industry players such as Elder Isaac Gyabaa, Ampofo Farms, Douglas Farms, Gyawu Farms, Owusu Farms, Agyeman and Domaaahenkro farms in Brong Ahafo region, and Mfum farms in Kumasi.


Source: www.thenewindependentonline.com


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