About Safe Food and Feed Foundation

The Safe Food and Feed Foundation is a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) based in Nigeria with the aim of increasing awareness on safety in food and feed processing and storage. It promotes entrepreneurship in agriculture, particularly among the youths. The SFFF intends to achieve the goals through partnership with relevant research institutions, individuals, solution providers, manufacturers of analytical equipment and materials, governments , farmers, food and feed industries, national , international bodies and other stakeholders.

The need to achieve our aim is underscored by the health implications of the consumption of dietary contaminants to man and livestock. The fact that the export of such unwholesome items constitutes serious economic loss to the country is also of note. Through meetings (seminars , workshops, trade fairs, etc) press release, online information, and collaborations, the Foundation hopes to achieve increased enlightenment and enhanced capacity building, thereby improving human health through wholesome nutrition.

So, let s work together.

Contact : sfoodfeedf@gmail.com or +234 8033709492

PORTABLE EQUIPMENT for POST HARVEST ANALYSES and PROCESSING

BIOPESTICIDES TO DEAL WITH

  1. Domestic and environment chemical pesticides,
  2. Mycotoxins and veterinary drugs in foods and feeds

PROMOTERS OF FOOD SAFETY PRODUCTS

FOR ORGANIC and GREEN  AGRICULTURE  and ENVIRONMENT

FOR CERTIFICATION, HACCP , ISO 22000

Recent Articles

JOIN YPARD, CONNECT WITH NIRSAL–MESSAGE TO NIGERIAN YOUTHS

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Nigeria Food Safety Service Commission?

Are you aware of the existence of a body called Nigeria Food Safety Service Commission ? If yes, please can yopu educate this forum on its functions and activities to date. All we can see is the facebookstream Thanks

CONFERENCE ON ORGANIC FARMING AND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

A gathering of experts and stakeholders in organic farming will take place in Luxembourg July 18-19, 2019 For more please visit https://www.omicsonline.org/conferences-list/post-harvest-technology-and-processing 2/2019

Call for experts for the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Meetings on Nutrition (JEMNU) on nitrogen to protein conversion factors for soy-based and milk-based ingredients used in infant formulas and follow-up formulas

Deadline for submission: 1 March 2019 Background The Joint FAO/WHO Expert Meetings on Nutrition (JEMNU) was established in 2012 to provide scientific advice to the committees of the Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme (i.e. Codex Alimentarius) or Member Countries. JEMNU aims to provide relevant scientific advice in an independent and cost-effective manner; therefore, the Meetings […]

KENYA REPORTS AFLATOXIN IN UGALI, MILK and MEAT

Kenya has been mapped as an aflatoxin hotspot, a leading cause of liver cancer, hiding in grains like maize and animal food products. Findings of a study released last month by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) showed a large amount of milk and grains consumed by Kenyans have aflatoxin levels exceeding internationally accepted limit. […]

MYCOTOXIN SCARE—-MOLDCID TO THE RESCUE ?????

Moldcid, an intervention by a German company is reported to be able to prevent mould growth on crops in store. It has as ia component , propionic acid, which is common preservative that is GRAS and constitute no danger to human health. The acid comes as a salt and so has no corrosive ability For […]

DICHLORVOS SCARE HEIGHTENS NIGERIA FOOD SAFETY ALARM

Few weeks ago m the social mdia was awash with videos of some youths spraying what was understood to be DDVP on dried beans The chemical also called dichlorvos, is the culprit that sentenced Nigeria to about 4 year ban from the European Union. It will be recalled that DICHLORVOS, has been declared not safe […]

Celebrating our star member—-Funmilola Asani

The Safe Food and Feed Foundation celebrates our star member Miss Funmilola Asani. As a young lawyer, she display a strong passion for volunteering and in a short time , made herself visible in the Foundation. She was a strategic player and organizer who made it possible for the ‘Train the Trainers’ workshop held early […]

Strategies for fighting aflatoxin—-

An award winning writer,Charles W. Schmidt, discussed the latest biological control measure aimed at fighting toxigenic strains of Aspergillus flavus, that produces aflatoxn. He discussed the collaboration between Dr Cotty and Dr Bandyophadyay For more , visit https://en.engormix.com/mycotoxins/articles/breaking-mold-new-strategies-t42751.htm?utm_source=campaign&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=0-0-0 DF 2018

Poverty and the consumption of unsafe food are relatives–News

The consumption of unsafe food items like the ones laden with aflatoxin and pesticides is a sign of malnutrition. Malnutrition itself is an emblem of poverty. For more on this report, please visit Nigerians enjoined to focus on consumption to end poverty DF Oct 2018