THE Zambia National Farmers’ Union (ZNFU) has expressed concern over the dumping of several fresh commodities like cabbages and tomatoes on the market by some farmers which the organisation says is resulting in a significant drop in commodity prices. And President Hakainde Hichilema says agricultural produce must not go to waste, especially at a time when food prices are soaring around the world. In a statement, ZNFU media and public relations manager Kakoma Kaleyi urged farmers who were growing massive hectares of tomatoes to get into value addition as opposed to dumping their products at Soweto, Copperbelt and Kasumbalesa markets. “The Zambia National Farmers’ Union (ZNFU) is deeply concerned with the dumping of several fresh commodities, such as cabbages and…...

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