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  • Writer's pictureAdekola Thompson

AFRICA’S RELATIONSHIP WITH BREAD AND HOW THE AFCFTA CAN IMPROVE IT

In 2022, the global bread market was valued at approximately US$ 266.33 billion and was projected to reach US$350.17 billion by 2030. These figures indicate the monetary and economic value of bread as a product beyond food security.

Bread is a staple food item across many cultures around the world, and the oldest dating back as far as 11,600 to 14,000 years ago by the Natufian culture, with origins traced to North Africa. This long-standing relevance of bread is verifiably significant for the fundamental reason of guaranteeing food security.


In this publication, we explore the value chain through which bread is produced and directly affected by the cost of wheat, within the context of Africa and the AfCFTA. Click the link below to download 👇👇


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