SMALL Scale Farmers Development Agency (SAFADA) director Boyd Moobwe says the Food Reserve Agency (FRA) should offer a competitive price, higher than briefcase buyers, during this year’s crop marketing season to ensure national food security. On Wednesday, FRA announced that this year’s crop marketing season would commence on June 1 and close on October 31, subject to market dynamics. And in an interview, Moobwe said due to the anticipated food deficit and the hike in fertiliser prices, FRA should consider buying a 50Kg bag of maize at K200. “Let it…...

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