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Lagos Spinach (Soko)

Celosia argentae commonly known as spinach is a leafy vegetable belonging to the family Amaranthaceae. It is widespread in Africa and also grown in tropical and subtropical Asia and America. The leaves and tender stems are cooked into soups, sauces or stews with various ingredients. The leaves are used to treat different ailments in Africa and across Asia. The composition of Celosia argentea per 100 g edible portion is water (83.8 g), energy (44 kcal), protein (4.7 g), fat (0.7 g), carbohydrate (7.3 g), fibre (1.8 g), calcium (260 mg), phosphorus (43 mg), iron (7.8 mg). It is rich in other micronutrients such as vitamin A and C.

Jute mallow (Ewedu)

This vegetable is known by different names in different countries, including Jew’s mallow, bush okra, and Egyptian spinach. Jute mallow is an important food for many families in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. The leaves are rich sources of iron, protein, calcium, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, and dietary fibre.

Fluted pumpkin (Telferia occidentalis)

Fluted pumpkin is an important leafy and seed vegetable among African communities. Its leaves contain essential nutrients such as magnesium, iron and fibre and are used as food supplements. Its seeds are sold at a premium price, serve as propagating material, and eaten roasted, boiled or ground to paste as a soup thickener. The seeds contain 53% fat, 27% crude protein, excellent amino acid, potassium and sodium higher than soybean seed cake. The seed oil is suitable for making margarine and vegetable oil. Due to its high iron, vitamin A and C contents, the fluted pumpkin had been reported to be highly medicinal and therapeutic. The fruit case and pulps are used as feedstuff for livestock. Fluted pumpkin provides appreciable income to farmers and huge resources on a commercial scale.


Goat Production

The demand for goat meat has increased in Canada due to the growing ethnic population. Goat is a new livestock commodity in the country, and the industry produces red meat, milk, fiber, and skin. Goat meat is very lean and goat milk is a popular alternative to cow’s milk. Goat fiber is used in the manufacturing of fine textile products. Canada has around 225,000 goats on 6,000 farms, with Ontario having the largest goat population. However, consumption exceeds production, so there is a need to increase productivity for domestic consumption and export potential.

Beef cattle production

Canada has a reputation for producing high-quality beef, which can be attributed to the traditional way of raising calves alongside their mothers on pastures and grasslands. This method provides the calves with fresh air, clean water, and the individual attention that their mothers provide, which contributes to their good health and well-being. As a result, Canadian beef is known for being tender, juicy, and flavorful.

Poultry production

Chicken and turkey are highly consumed and produced meats in Canada, with 1.27 million metric tons of chicken and over 158,000 metric tons of turkey produced in 2020. Poultry farming is the fastest-growing agricultural sector in Canada, with the government and private sector investing in processing, breeding, and rearing processes. Chickens are the most farmed poultry bird in Canada, raised for meat, eggs, and feathers, while eggs consumed in the country are produced domestically due to importation restrictions.