THE BANANA ECONOMY AND HOW IT CAN TRANSFORM AFRICA
Banana and plantain are important staple foods in many developing countries.
Banana starch, flour, and chips are processed banana products whose markets are yet to be fully developed
Africans consume a lot of bananas with the annual average being 21 kg of banana and plantain per capita
While climate change remains a threat to the crop, mitigating factors can be useful to increase production