Uganda Prohibits the Export of Unprocessed Cereal

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Uganda has introduced a value addition policy that will require all business people from the land of Matoke and who have been exporting products to other countries to ensure that they are processed first before exporting them.

The new policy is set to affect the export of cereals where businessmen will now have to export maize flour as opposed to maize itself.

Uganda has been key in the export of cereals to other countries like Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa and DR Congo.

According to authorities in Uganda, the new policy is set to improve the quality of products from the country as well as addressing the shortage of animal feeds in the country.

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