Food

Govt Restocks For Lean Season

President Dr Lazarus Chakwera has said Government is planning to restock relief food in the upcoming lean season. Chakwera told Parliament that he has been informed by the Malawi Vulnerability Assessment Committee (MVAC) Report that more people will be in dire need of food assistance. He said despite the mistrust people have with MVAC Reports, his administration is building a new dispensation system where such offices...

No More “Finger Lickin” KFC Slogan Due To Coronavirus

Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) restaurants is dropping their signature “Finger Lickin’ Good” slogan due to the spread of Coronavirus. According to a report by Mirror, KFC is temporarily axing it’s 64-year-old slogan as it does not match the hygiene guidelines put up by the World Health Organization. However, the bosses of the multinational company vowed that the slogan will make a comeback once the Covid-19 dusts...

North Koreans are ordered to hand over their pet dogs to be used as meat as the country is rocked by food shortages

Kim Jong-Un, the Supreme Leader of North Korea, has ordered that pet dogs in Pyongyang be rounded up – and owners are fearful that their beloved pets are being used to solve the nation’s food shortages. This comes after he announced in July that owning a pet is now against the law and declared that pet dogs are a symbol of capitalist “decadence”. “Authorities have identified...

Nsima Not Recommended for Diabetes Patient, says Chipanda

By Orchestra Kamanga The Founder and Managing Director for Battery World which is located in Trade Fair stand Number 38B, Leonard Kaka Chipanda has said people who are suffering from Diabetes are not advised to eat Nsima, Sweet Potatoes or Rice as those foods easily dissolves and causes a sudden rise of sugar. Speaking in an interview, Chipanda said someone who suffers from Diabetes needs to...

World Bank foresees poverty increase due to Covid-19

According to the Malawi Economic Monitor (MEM) compiled by the world bank, poverty is likely to rapidly increase in the country, due to the coronavirus. The bi-annually released publication by the World Bank, states that 880,000 Malawians may go into poverty as the economy is expected to shrink to -3.8%, should the pandemic not be contained by September this year. “The forecasted increase in urban poverty...

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